Basically Cured with Psilocybin

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by the Jalombian, Dec 14, 2017.

    1. HeavyMantra

      HeavyMantra Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Probably headphones or neck problems
      I got mild tinnitus about one year ago, it didn't bother me after a few months. I did shrooms many times during this year without problems. But when I came down with my first cold since my T began, the sound became unbearable during a mushroom trip. I suddenly noticed that the sound was there, and I haven't been able to "unhear" it since.

      Some thoughts on this.. If my brain had learned to filter away my T, this could have been reset by the mushrooms I'm sure. Psychedelics have a way to make deep changes in the brain by "resetting" the brain, which is why they can cure depression, addictions and so on. But in the case of people that have habituated to their tinnitus, I'm not so sure that it's a good idea to "reset" the brain and hear whatever is there from the beginning. I think years of habituation can be thrown out the window.

      However, since mushrooms can free a person from the fear of death, they could probably free a person from the fear of their own tinnitus. High stakes, high rewards are how these things go. Tread lightly.

      That said, later on during the SAME trip that my tinnitus became unbearable, it also completely went away. Just like many others are reporting. These mushrooms are a mystery, but hopefully we will soon see psychedelics used in clinical settings once again on a broad level. If tinnitus can be alleviated by mushrooms, hopefully we will have scientists and clinicians showing this to be true soon.

      Myself, I don't know if I would dare to take a large dose of mushrooms again if my tinnitus doesn't get better. If I would, I would take a large enough dose to not have a feeling of self that I could associate the T to.

      However, I'll soon experiment on myself with microdosing shrooms (taking very small doses that doesn't make you "high", but that can have tremendous benefits.) If this helps my tinnitus I will report here.

      I love these mushrooms. They cured my addiction to weed and alcohol, they cured my depression and showed me what to do with my life. But I have also made decisions under the influence that I regret to this day. Recording vocals with headphones too loud is one of them, which very well may be the actual reason for the above mentioned spike in my T (separate occasion/trip).

      With Oregon opening up for "medical mushrooms" legally, I expect we will hear much about these fungi in the coming years.
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    2. Mario martz

      Mario martz Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      I "eat" penis every now and then and it doesn't seem to work :woot:

      hhaha just kidding, good for you that you got better!
    3. FunktheBlues

      FunktheBlues Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Loud music, drugs and alcohol (whippets)
      I agree with the above post. I am a 56 year old guitarist who was stupid enough to use whippets a few weeks ago and developed a bad case of tinnitus. I always had ringing in ears and would hear certain frequencies come and go, but after the whippets , it became a permanent hissing sound. It is (was) so bad I thought about suicide. I did a search on internet about mushrooms and tinnitus and found this thread. I happen to love psychedelics and ate a full 1/8th of Brazilian schrooms yesterday figuring I have nothing to lose and I kid you not, the tinnitus is noticeably better. It's as though the frequency changed and it seems so much more tolerable now. Not sure how the brain works but I am telling everyone that is suffering from tinnitus to give schrooms a try. It's like I rebooted my brain. It really is a miracle and I am grateful I found this thread.
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      PABLO ROMAN Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Any up-date Jalombian?
      I hope you are fine
    5. Vin

      Vin Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Head Trauma
      Quite plausible. Magic Mushrooms have been proven to rewire parts of the brain.

      Magic Mushrooms Can Actually Rewire and Change Your Brain
      Psilocybin (the active chemical in “magic mushrooms”) is, well, truly “magical.” I have discussed the benefits of psilocybin, as well as other psychedelics in some of my previous articles*, but it seems that researchers and medical professionals are discovering more and more exciting information on the topic all the time.
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    6. lito

      lito Member

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      @Vin Psychedelics can definitely re-wire your brain, I know from first hand experience and your post isnt the only scholarly article I’ve seen on this. Before I had T I’ve taken mutiple types of natural psychedelics that changed my entire perspective on life, essentially curing my depression and anxiety. However, creating a new nuero pathway doesnt nessasarily mean creating a positive nuero pathway. It can be negative. If you are not mentally prepared you can put yourself into a downward spiral of a bad trip and solidify fears and anxieties rather than get rid of them. I firmly beleive it can have the same effect with tinnitus, so you have to play it smart. My plan is to wait until I have a balanced relationship with my T, learn how to meditate with it and then take shrooms to solidify that pathway. Psychedelics is like using fire as a tool, using it correctly can keep your house warm and cozy, but if used improperly it can burn it down.
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