Posted by Flash (220.127.116.11) on March 07, 2000 at 07:10:44:
Several people have recently tried using Psilocilin to abort and prevent cluster episodes (we still lack feedback from chronics).
One of the most noticable effects is that those people are posting less (some no at all), and I assume this is due to the sucess of the treatment. I know from my own experience, that I must make the effort to visit the board; since the CH is under control I have less requirement for your support.
So what I'd like is for those who have bravely experimented with this treatment to post summaries of their findings. Details of source, dosage, effectiveness, side effects, after effects and so forth. Basically enough information for other careful and responsible sufferers can make an informed decision.
At this point I'd rather not include anecdotal evidence from people with past experience who were not directly ingesting the psilocilin (or related compound) as a treatment for CH: I don't believe it would be beneficial for current/previous recreational users to continue contributing at this stage.
So if you have been using psilocilin, psilocybin, or LSD-25 specifically to treat your Ch, then please post as much details here as you can. We really need to know everything including the species of mushroom and doseage. However I recommend you do not attempt to post guidelines to identifying the species of mushroom, that may lead to reckless individuals eposing themselves to danger. If someone is planning on using this (potential) treatment, then I strongly recommend they seek expert advice, and do as much groundwork as possible.
I make it that over the past 2 years I have been visitng this board, there are at least 6 other people that have undertaken this unofficial trial. It would be great to hear from as many as possible. The feedback could prove very revealing as to tips, and the effectivness of different sources. Contributers should also state whether they ingested the treatment within an episode or outside of one with the aim of complete prevention.
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