An article on the front page of today’s Wisconsin State Journal covers a a new research study on psilocybin at the University of Wisconsin. In UW Madison tunes in to “magic mushroom” medicine, writer David Wahlberg describes the work of researcher Paul Hutson and his team at the UW School of Pharmacy. Hutson enlisted 12 volunteers for three sessions with psilocybin at doses of 20, 30, and 40 mg per 70 kg of body weight. During each session, the research team collected blood and urine samples to analyze how the body absorbs and eliminates psilocybin. This fundamental research will pave the way for future clinical studies.

UW Madison tunes in to “magic mushroom” medicine | Wisconsin State Journal