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Neil van Rij is Psyence’s resident mycologist. In this interview he sheds some light on the mushrooms Psyence is growing at its state-of-the-art facility in Lesotho and what these mushrooms will be used for.
Dr Amza Ali, neurologist and global medical director at Psyence shares some more light on this subject explaining what palliative care is, why it needs more attention and what Psyence’s vision and mission are when it comes to improving the access to and the effectiveness of palliative care globally.
We believe that natural psilocybin offers multiple benefits for the long-term treatment of mental health conditions that may result from trauma. Plant-based and natural remedies are our preferred route as conscious consumers increasingly seek more natural treatments when it comes to supporting their mental wellbeing.
This protected indigenous forest is the jewel of South Africa’s Garden Route, second only in popularity among foreign tourists to the Kruger National Park. It is also home to an incredible array of mushroom species.
On 20 June 2021 we celebrate the inaugural World Psychedelic Day. This day has been set aside to recognise a new era of rational and informed perspectives on modern day psychedelics and traditional psychoactive plant medicines. To mark this day, we asked some of our team why they believe in the healing power of psychedelics and natural plant-based medicine.
At Psyence we have sourced the world's best genetics, and coupled that with world leading expertise in the field of mycology, to produce the highest quality mushrooms. Our process is complex, but refined.