Why Scientists Want You To Eat These Weird Mushrooms

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Mar. 14, 2014

Would you eat these 'shrooms if you knew they'd change your personality for the better?

Personally, I wouldn't.  I'm already a gem.  But according to the John Hopkins School of Medicine, almost 60 percent of the 51 participants that ingested these things had a change in personality that lasted at least a year.

What was the change you ask?  You didn't ask that?  Well I'm going to tell you anyway; it's because these shrooms created "openness" in the patients, which includes traits related to imagination, aesthetics, feelings, abstract ideas and general broad-mindedness.  The test was also looking for changes in neuroticism, extroversion, agreeableness and conscientiousness, with only openness occuring during the course of the study.

These shrooms may or may not cause you to look like a Kuato.

Frankly, I wouldn't go anywhere near this stuff.  If this drug has the cability to give you "power" for lack of a less cooler word, than it can also take what you have away.  I've seen The Fly, I know what science is capable of!

So would you take this drug to experience more "openness"?  Or just stick to something less frightening.

@Todd_Spence

source: higherperspective.com