Ever had a bad trip on psilocybin mushrooms?
This is your chance to do something with it! By sharing your experience, you contribute to the latest study of the John Hopkins Institute of Medicine.
The Psilocybin Research Team at Johns Hopkins is conducting an anonymous, web-based study to characterize difficult or challenging experiences that people sometimes have on psilocybin mushrooms (i.e. "bad trips"). All bad trips count, whether the person later regards them negatively or positively.
If you’ve ever had such an experience, they would greatly appreciate your participation. You can find the survey over here: Shroom Survey
Importantly, if you know of others who’ve ever had a bad psilocybin experience, please send them the link and encourage them to participate. This includes people who've had a difficult experience long ago.
Before, the Psilocybin Reseach Team has conducted survey and laboratory studies characterizing positive experiences with psilocybin. You can access their work here: Psilocybin Research. This new survey is an important extension of their research with this fascinating substance.
The survey takes about 30 minutes and is only available in English.
So, if it concerns you, click that link and help those researchers out. Transform your bad experience by contributing to science!