Dr. Oz Tells Us the Truth About Magic Mushrooms | Elvis Duran Show



Dr. Oz teaches us an incredible amount of information. We learn why dark liquor is more likely to give you a bad hangover, the truth about magic mushrooms and …

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  1. i went three half the day without a smoke or weed when i was tripping, forgot i had those habbits, life is really better with mushys, you cant get me mad on a trip, just a really strong hug, that might brake bines 😉😉

  2. I think that the biggest problem with these plant medicines is a lack of understanding by the greater population about their actual use and function. I used to trip on acid a lot when I was about 15-16 years old. And despite having absolutely no clue about what it was what it did or how it did what it did, I still managed to reach the state of oneness with everything that many people find. But due to my own and everyone around me's ignorance, the experience went south rapidly after the peak.

    I ended up in a mental institution for about 5 days, while there they totally destroyed my mind with pharmaceutical medication that they forced on my.

    After that I was really messed up, when I got out the hospital I was at that point losing my mind. But I did not see what was actually happening. I blamed it on the acid, and was scared to do it again. It took me about a year of reading and searching for answers to regain some sence of normality, but I was still forever changed by the experience I had. Fast forward 21 years, after listening to all the current research on psychedelics and listening to countless hours of Terrence Mckennas talks I have realized that the last 21 years of my life have been waisted. I was on the right track, however (and this is my point) the ignorance of the truth about these medicines by me and everyone around me threw me off the path and allowed me to turn away from the answers for a long time. Had I lived in society that knows and respects what these experiences are, my experience would have been integrated into my life and I would not have spent the last 21 years destroying my life and wasting my time here on eart.

    I'm so thankful that now I know exactly what I need to do and how to do it, and I long and hope for a time when humanity returns to the plant teachers and humbly asks for the our return to the gaian mind.

  3. At 18:40 he says "In the sixties with Timothy Leary, and dropping out and dropping acid it started becoming a problem…"

    Well… God forbid that we should ever give Timothy Leary any credit, because maybe he was actually on to something. I mean, by all means, say whatever b.s. you have to, to get the suburban consumer conformist types to agree that it's a good idea to legalize freedom… but let's step back and see what Tim Leary actually meant when he used the phrase "Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out". In his own words:

    "Turn on" meant go within to activate your neural and genetic equipment. Become sensitive to the many and various levels of consciousness and the specific triggers engaging them. Drugs were one way to accomplish this end. "Tune in" meant interact harmoniously with the world around you—externalize, materialize, express your new internal perspectives. "Drop out" suggested an active, selective, graceful process of detachment from involuntary or unconscious commitments. "Drop Out" meant self-reliance, a discovery of one's singularity, a commitment to mobility, choice, and change. Unhappily, my explanations of this sequence of personal development are often misinterpreted to mean "Get stoned and abandon all constructive activity."

    This is a man who sacrificed his career, and his freedom, and was misrepresented by the media, hounded by federal agents, who actually framed him for crimes he did not commit (but let's not talk about that), to get an idea across which is now becoming acceptable by mainstream medicine.

    Basically, the establishment needed a heretic or a witch to burn at the stake, or make an example of, and Timothy Leary gave them precisely the opportunity they were looking for.

    People weren't happy about things like racial segregation and the Vietnam War, which were still being upheld by the great great and the good – the people who know so more about what's good for us than we know ourselves. They needed a demon to point to, or a scapegoat, and that scapegoat at one time was Tim Leary and everything he was associated with.

    Well… as we now know, the Vietnam War ended up being little more than a tragic waste of human life, and finally, inexorably, people got a clue that minorities and women deserve the same rights as white, straight men.

    Psychedelics, when used in a responsible and constructive manner, have the ability to get us in touch with the deeper issues of our life, bring about a greater connection with others and the world around us, as well as breaking the blind conformity that society encourages us to participate in. That's why they were and are a threat to the power structures of the established order – as well they should be – because the established order is usually pretty evil, as evidenced by the life of Timothy Leary and the way that order treated him and his ideas.

    Timothy Leary might be looking down at us from the astral plane now, and I know he's already forgiven everyone who wronged him. Society always persecutes its own prophets, because people are pretty much just fearful conformists, which is, incidentally, also why people need to use psychedelics.

  4. Bill Wilson had a psychedelic experience while on the Belladonna Cure in a detox clinic. True story… The psychedelic experience is the most beautiful, profound and ineffable experience I have ever had. It fills me with joy.

    Sassafras is another amazing plant teacher. Known as an entheogen/empathogen it is an amazing heart opener; it dissolves the ego and makes you feel love for the entire universe. Cheers! ♥️♥️♥️

  5. I am a Registered nurse, retired, disabled with PTSD, Depression, living with suicidal thoughts daily since I was 4 years old. first time I took "Mushrooms" 4 pills of it. this September with some friends camping. I had a very light gentle trip, saw some pink auras, but nothing major.  
    I noticed and my therapist noticed that I have not been suicidal, when triggered, nor do I wake up hating myself and the world. (by the way I have an excellent, life, I live on the water, I have good physical health, financially comfortable) but still was waking up and feeling suicidal daily, no matter how blessed and brilliant a life, that is truest depression, when you cannot even enjoy the good or great things in your life. 
    I wish for psylocibin would have been offered to me instead of the dozens of psychiatric, neurochemical crap they kept messing with my brain and my body. it has been three months post ingestion of one dose of mushrooms that I am so much ( at least 80% or more) better, than I have been and maintaining it at three months. where can I get more or find out if I can help.

  6. The only time in my life when everything was seemingly perfect was when I was regularly taking psychedelics. I stopped and 10 years later I am really depressed. I can’t believe it’s illegal to take mushrooms in order to heal my issue. Fuck the government.

  7. I love what Oz says about changing your story. I’m the writer, director, and protagonist in my story. But I never thought about being a character in someone else’s story. That’s profound. Once while indulging in some mushrooms, I asked what happens when we die. The answer came to me that we simply leave the stage and join the audience. This whole thing is for the entertainment of souls. We each come here to get our stage time. Haven’t you ever gotten the feeling that you are a character in a book or movie? I wonder if I’m famous on the other side. Maybe I got a huge fan base and the spirits really love my music and comedy.

  8. TOO BAD that Dr Oz is surrounded by a bunch of idiotic people who cant shut up for a second. hes trying to be serious and than you have these people trying to be funny and getting off topic disrespecting his seriousness. radio hosts literally have the attention span of a 4 year old child

  9. Fuck you Dr 0z. Garcinia cambosia. You peddled it as a miracle and it got people liver transplants. You’re a fucking quack.
    Mushrooms were the tree of knowledge and should be legal, but fuck you 0z.

  10. Bill Wilson underwent the Belladonna treatment-which was a supervised psychedelic trip. Belladonna is a plant that has psychedelic properties. No question that’s what caused his “psychic change.” LSD is what did it for me.

  11. It's sad that the government denies us the right to consume an all natural substance that is given to us by a higher power that holds unique benefits that we can't get from another source. They are ALL for us to consume harmful drugs that they manufacture and make money off fellow humans in NEED!!!

  12. Jesus fuck. What a bunch of phony windbags. Nine minutes in, my ears started to hurt. Didn't even get to the part about magic mushrooms, but I'm sure it was just as insipid as the rest of their dumb cackling.

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