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Flip on the news, pick up the paper, or go online – what do you see? How many stories are there of trouble and woe? How many stories are there of strife and chaos?

It’s all uncertainty. Inflation may or may not continue. The economy could collapse or rebound. There could be war here or a possible scandal there. Every day, you are flooded with things that cause stress on your mind.

These things don’t even consider your personal life. Will you get that job? Can you pay the rent? What will they think? What will they say?

This is not a healthy state to be in. It’s not natural, and it’s not how you were meant to live. Yet, it seems unavoidable in this chaotic, information-overload world that we find ourselves in.

How often do you find yourself being worried by things beyond your control?

Probably far more often than you would like to admit. Even if life seems to be going well, there can still be a nagging feeling. A feeling like something is about to happen. Or something is about to go wrong.

Far too many people suffer needlessly.

It’s been reported that 97% of everything we worry about never happens. Think about that. Nearly everything causing you to stress and concern never materializes.

So why do you worry so much?

One reason is how the brain works. It’s been said that 95%-97% of our mental energy is focused on critical and analytical thinking. And as we over-analyze and over-think each piece of information we receive, our minds are exhausting themselves and our bodies.  

The mind controls the body; if the mind is constantly worrying, our bodies also feel it. But it wasn’t meant to be this way. And if you think about the fact that we are all born happy, carefree, and full of joy and bliss, it makes you realize that something has gone wrong.

Try this exercise out. Find somewhere in nature, a park, the woods outside of town, or preferably a nature preserve. Somewhere in nature, away from the sounds of humanity. No cars, or people around, just the energy of the natural world.

Find this spot, and sit on the ground or a fallen log. Lean up against a tree. Close your eyes and think about nothing. Clear your mind. Let the natural world envelop you. Breathe deep and slow. Cast out your fears and worries. Feel the energy and the calm of the Earth.

You will soon notice that you are not anxious, and your troubles may melt away… even briefly. What does that feel like? To be carefree. Just being in the moment.

That is how our minds were meant to feel.

What can we do to feel this way more often? To cleanse our minds of stress. And to not worry so much about things that will never happen.

Follow along, and we will discover products meant to tap that inner peace. Something to help us achieve a calm and bliss that is so often thought impossible.

Finding that inner peace.

While you may have had a good day at work, or a lovely day at the park, often, happiness is fleeting. Your beautiful day is interrupted by bills in the mail, the news on social media, or the burst pipe in your house. There’s always something to keep us worried, afraid, scared, or confused.

According to Harvard Medical School - using statistics from 2011 – one out of every ten Americans is taking antidepressants.  23% of women in their 40s and 50s are on antidepressants (higher than any other group based on age and sex.)

And the use of antidepressants does not vary by income level. It stays the same whether you make $1,000,000 a year or if you’re scraping by. It seems that stress and a depressed mind do not discriminate.

These stats are older, yet they are the most recent to be found.

Do you imagine they are better or worse now? It’s a near-epidemic mental health crisis. So, if you struggle with your happiness, know that you’re not alone and have options.

Finding the inner peace to allow your worries and troubles to “roll off your shoulders” takes a commitment to wanting a more peaceful mind and figuring out what it takes to get there and do it. This doesn’t mean you have to go it alone, and there are some promising plant medicine options to consider.

The “magic” of mushroom medicine.

You may have heard about the many benefits of mushrooms to one’s health. Such as the case with the Lion’s Mane mushroom, which has been used for centuries to help calm and focus the mind.

Other mushrooms contain a chemical called psilocybin. These are what you may have heard referred to as “magic” mushrooms. And when you hear that, you may conjure up an image of free love, hallucinations, or even people just plain “freaking out.”

Psilocybin is a non-addictive chemical found in many mushrooms that can grow wild. And the study of psilocybin as an effective treatment for depression has been ongoing for decades. Often this has been studied as micro-dosing psilocybin-containing mushrooms.

Micro-dosing allows psilocybin to act on serotonin receptors in the brain without causing auditory or visual hallucinations.

Many anti-depressants today are Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs). Serotonin is considered a “feel good” hormone, and it’s believed that by taking these medications, which increase the amount of serotonin in the brain, depression symptoms can be managed.

However, these anti-depressants, which are widely used, have a long list of potential side effects, including:

  • Blurred vision

  • Dizziness

  • Drowsiness

  • Dry mouth

  • Upset gastrointestinal tract

  • Headache

  • Sexual dysfunction

There is also an increased risk of suicidal thoughts in certain age groups. A dependency can also form with those taking SSRIs for long periods and then trying to stop. This can lead to withdrawal symptoms.

And another problem is that these are not natural compounds made by nature. They are churned out in pharmaceutical factories, and the main issue is that these medicines “numb” your emotions.

You are not allowed to feel your emotions and deal with them. And as you may well know, not dealing with your feelings as they arrive is an excellent path to misery. We must feel, connect with, and deal with our emotions to truly reach a state of bliss.

So, on the other side of the coin is nature’s remedy. As you take a micro-dose of psilocybin, your serotonin receptors open up and allow the intake of all-natural psilocybin. This psilocybin has been shown to “slow down” the overly critical, overly analytical part of our brain.

Amazing things can happen if you slow down this part of the brain. You’ll start to quickly see things as they are… not what they could become. Remember, 95% of what we worry about constantly never happens.

Imagine slowing down these thoughts that cause us so much anxiety. Now imagine doing so in a natural way, not with mass-produced pharmaceuticals. If you remove this constant state of fear and worry from your life – imagine the possibilities.

You can go for a quiet walk and enjoy the day. You can focus on the now and sort out what matters to you. You will hear the latest social media rant or scary news story and take it all in stride. You could go to bed at night and think calming, peaceful thoughts as you lay there. Not the constant worry about tomorrow or the next day.

Just imagine finding that inner joy and bliss you had as a child. Imagine smiling more and thoroughly enjoying the world around you. This has been the report from many that have tried this “magic” from nature.

And there is a company that makes it a labor of love to produce only the finest, purest mushroom medicine to help those that need it the most.

Tune into Frequency

James Cannon started frequency after discovering the power of plant medicine. James was deep in the throes of addiction, depression, and a feeling of complete hopelessness.

After receiving treatment for his addiction, James went on a mission to figure out what went wrong. What happens to people – they go from happy, blissful children – to depressed and anxious adults. Adults who worry too much about things they cannot control or will never happen.

Through his extensive study of plant medicine, James found psilocybin-containing mushrooms to be a possible bridge for people. A bridge that could help individuals slow down the irrational feeling caused by anxiety and stress.

He also found that slowing down this part of the brain with mushroom magic helped individuals connect with what was truly important in their life.

“Magic” mushrooms are not only non-addictive but also anti-addictive, meaning they help individuals remove addictions from their life.

The more James studied mushrooms he discovered a secret to growing the cleanest and safest product on the market.

Unlike other mushroom cultivators that aim to grow as many mushrooms as possible. And they are often grown in large dark warehouses. Since mushrooms take toxins out of the environment, James decided to provide his mushrooms with the most calming and soothing environment possible.

In their growing environment, divine healing frequencies (432 Hz, 777 hz, chanting, etc.) Play twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

This provides a pure environment for the cleanest mushroom products available. And their commitment to purity and quality is second to none. All genetics is done in-house to ensure consistency and quality throughout.

James Cannon is proud to present readers with two unique products. Product to help heal, soothe, calm, and enjoy life as it was meant to be.

Calm Microdose

Made to optimize your mental health and well-being.

It’s not what you feel. It’s what you don’t feel. Anti-depressants cloud and dull your senses. You were given your senses to enjoy life and live to the fullest.

Calm Microdose contains the natural ingredients of Rhodiola, Lion’s Mane, Bacopa Monnieri, Cordyceps, and Cacao to help create a calming effect on the mind and the body.

When the overactive, overly analytical part of your mind is slowed down, you can return to a feeling of bliss. This can give you creativity, focus, and clarity in mind and body.

Each bottle of Calm Microdose contains a two months supply, and each capsule contains .12 grams of “magic.”

And if you are looking for “magic” with a bit of a boost, James Cannon and his team at Frequency have just the thing.

Energy Microdose

This product uses the “Stamets Stack” formula designed by renowned mushroom medicine expert Paul Stamets.

Made to optimize your mental health and well-being, the Stamets Stack formula utilizes niacin for a niacin “flush” effect.

This effect opens the capillaries and arteries, helping dispense the “magic” faster. This formula is designed for an extra energy boost before exercise or activities.

As with all of Frequency’s products, only the cleanest and most pure organic ingredients are used.

If you have ever wondered what life could be like with less stress, anxiety, and a more centered feeling in your life, check out these beautiful products.

Click on the link above and let the “magic” happen.

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