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Welcome to your portal to The Spiritual Realm and your ultimate healing. My intention is simple, to empower to heal through life with information, knowledge and wisdom gained through my experience with Plant Medicine and the Old Ways. 

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Psilocybin mushrooms, which I refer to  as "Plant Medicine," are a type of fungi that contain the psychoactive compound psilocybin. Psilocybin Plant Medicine  has been used since the beginning of the beginning during  spiritual and cultural ceremonies and are known for their hallucinogenic effects.

The chemical structure of psilocybin is similar to that of serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain that regulates mood, appetite, and other bodily functions. Psilocybin interacts with serotonin receptors in the brain, which leads to changes in perception, thought, and mood.

When consumed, psilocybin mushrooms can produce a wide range of effects, including sensory distortion, altered thinking, and changes in mood. The effects of psilocybin can last between 4-7 hours and can be influenced by factors such as dosage, individual tolerance, environmental and spiritual factors.

Research has shown that psilocybin can have therapeutic benefits for certain mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction. Studies have found that psilocybin can increase brain activity in areas associated with emotional processing and decrease activity in areas associated with negative emotions.

The use of psilocybin Plant Medicine can also pose risks if consumed in excess,  improperly  or without education, such as the potential for negative psychological reactions, dangerous behavior, and potential interactions with other substances if careful consideration is not taken. 


Many individuals who consume this Sacred Plant Medicine  report experiencing spiritual and mystical experiences and breakthroughs , such as a sense of interconnectedness with the universe, feelings of awe and wonder, and a deep sense of meaning and purpose in life as well as  experiencing a sense of unity and oneness with nature while under the influence. 

It is important to note that the spiritual nature of psilocybin Plant Medicine is a subjective experience and can vary greatly between individuals. While some may find spiritual meaning in consuming The Plant Medicine, others may not perceive a spiritual experience at all and possibly a clarity of mind and ability to focus. We honor all people and the individual nature of their healing experience. Magic Melanin Mama does not coerce nor project spiritual beliefs on anyone, we believe that your experience is personal to you and should not be diluted with our beliefs. 

Overall, the spiritual nature of psilocybin mushrooms is complex and multifaceted, and its effects can vary greatly depending on the individual and their environment.

  • Griffiths, R. R., Johnson, M. W., Richards, W. A., Richards, B. D., McCann, U., & Jesse, R. (2011). Psilocybin occasioned mystical-type experiences: immediate and persisting dose-related effects. Psychopharmacology, 218(4), 649-665.

  • Johnson, M. W., Garcia-Romeu, A., & Griffiths, R. R. (2017). Long-term follow-up of psilocybin-facilitated smoking cessation. The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse, 43(1), 55-60.

  • Kometer, M., Schmidt, A., Jäncke, L., & Vollenweider, F. X. (2013). Activation of serotonin 2A receptors underlies the psilocybin-induced effects on alpha oscillations, N170 visual-evoked potentials, and visual hallucinations. The Journal of neuroscience, 33(25), 10544-10551.

  • Schenberg, E. E., Alexandre, J. F. M., Filev, R., Cravo, A. M., Sato, J. R., Muthukumaraswamy, S. D., ... & Araujo, D. B. (2018). Acute biphasic effects of ayahuasca. PloS one, 13(9), e0202933.

  • Shanon, B. (2002). The antipodes of the mind: Charting the phenomenology of the Ayahuasca experience. Oxford University Press.

  • Watts, R., Luoma, J. B., & Sjöstedt, G. (2019). Psilocybin-occasioned mystical experiences in the treatment of tobacco addiction. Current Opinion in Psychology, 30, 43-48.

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Informed consent: Individuals should be fully informed about the potential risks and benefits of psilocybin before deciding to consume it.


  2. Safety: Psilocybin should only be used in a safe and controlled environment to minimize the risk of harm.

  3. Respect: Psilocybin should be used with respect for the substance and the cultural traditions in which it has been used for thousands of years.

  4. Personal responsibility: Individuals who consume psilocybin should take personal responsibility for their actions and should not put others in danger.

  5. Mental health: Psilocybin should only be used by individuals who are mentally stable and in a positive state of mind.

  6. Integration: The experiences and insights gained from psilocybin should be integrated into daily life and not seen as a temporary escape from reality.

  7. Compassion: Individuals who consume psilocybin should treat themselves and others with compassion and respect.

  8. Non-discrimination: Psilocybin should not be used to discriminate against others based on their race, gender, sexuality, or other characteristics.

  9. Cultural sensitivity: Psilocybin should be used with cultural sensitivity, recognizing and respecting the cultural traditions and beliefs of those who have used it historically.

  10. Legal compliance: Psilocybin should only be used in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

These are just a few potential ethical guidelines to consider when working with psilocybin Plant Medicine. It is important to remember that the ethical considerations will vary based on the context and the individuals involved, and these guidelines should be adapted accordingly.


  1. Respect for spiritual traditions: Psilocybin should be used with respect for the spiritual traditions in which it has been used for thousands of years.

  2. Intention: The use of psilocybin should be guided by positive intentions, such as personal growth, healing, and spiritual development.

  3. Sacredness: Psilocybin should be treated as a sacred substance that can help individuals connect with the divine or spiritual realm.

  4. Reverence for nature: Psilocybin should be used with reverence for nature, recognizing the interconnectedness of all living beings.

  5. Self-reflection: Psilocybin can facilitate self-reflection and introspection, and individuals should be open to exploring their inner selves and facing uncomfortable truths.

  6. Integration: The experiences and insights gained from psilocybin should be integrated into daily life and spiritual practice.

  7. Compassion: Individuals who consume psilocybin should treat themselves and others with compassion and kindness.

  8. Non-judgment: Psilocybin should be used without judgment or criticism of oneself or others.

  9. Unity: Psilocybin can facilitate a sense of unity and interconnectedness with the world, and individuals should strive to maintain this sense of oneness in daily life.

  10. Gratitude: Individuals who consume psilocybin should express gratitude for the experience and the lessons learned.

These spiritual ethics guidelines are meant to help individuals approach the use of psilocybin in a mindful and intentional way that supports their spiritual growth and development. It is important to remember that these guidelines are not exhaustive and should be adapted based on the context and individuals involved.

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Sacred Sessions





  1. connected with Source (or the Universe) or dedicated to a spiritual  purpose / mission and so deserving veneration.

  2. (of writing or text) embodying the Universal laws 

Sacred Sessions ​

Are guided Plant Medicine Journeys in which you are able to experience a spiritual/existential awakening or breakthrough leading to the removal of obstacles and blockages in life. It is an effective solution to Self Sabotage and remaining in the vicious cycle our traumas can manifest in our lives . In my personal life Journey Plant Medicine has allowed me to do the continuous work of releasing unhealthy trauma and use my mental progress as a testimony to the Power of Plant Medicine. Sacred Sessions are facilitated by The Dragon (aka me) a spiritual animal totem and guide that utilizes the Power of Body & Breath Work to attune to body and mind to the frequency of the Spiritual Realm. 

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