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We are supporting psychedelic research & plant medicine projects that are oriented to mental health treatment and therapy using substances like Ayahuasca, Mescaline, and Psilocybin mushrooms.

We donate 20% of the pool revenue to Psychedelic Research or plant medicine projects. As a delegate of PSYA, you will be able to vote for the project you like on our telegram channel every month.
We donate another 5% of the pool revenue to tree planting projects.

Why do we support psychedelic research and plant medicine projects?

We would like to raise higher awareness of the use of psychedelics for therapeutical and medical purposes.

These kinds of substances are potential breakthroughs for treating mental health disorders.

Stigmatization more than actual risks led to psychedelic research regulatory control for decades, but the situation is rapidly changing now.

Psychedelic substances act as amplifiers of psychological processes and can be very useful in the therapeutical process for various types of mental illnesses.

Psychedelic drugs like psilocybin, an ingredient found in so-called magic mushrooms, have shown promise in treating a range of addictions and mental health disorders

Plant-based hallucinogens like ayahuasca, mescaline-based plants, and psilocybin “magic” mushrooms have been used in native ceremonies around the world for centuries.

Examples of projects does PsyADA want to support?

Only psychedelic research non-governmental organizations – NGOs will be supported.

Projects related to the use of Psychedelics as an alternative to traditional methods in psychology and mental health disorder treatment.

Projects related to the use of plant medicines as a native technique of healing practice of indigenous people. (Ayahuasca, Peyote, San Pedro, Kambo, Psilocybin therapy).

Projects related to awareness of the use of psychedelics for therapeutical and medical purposes.

What projects PsyADA does not want to support?

Any kind of recreational use of psychedelics or drugs.

Commercial projects.

The list of donations can be found here or on the Mission Driven Pools Alliance Github repository.