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mothers* of theMUSHROOM

*WOMEN & BIRTHING PEOPLE OF ALL GENDER EXPRESSIONS WELCOME TO SUBMIT

as providers, we have found tremendous benefit in helping women & birthing people improve their pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience with psilocybin mushrooms

the mothers of the mushroom survey is here to help make a measurable change in the narrative that psilocybin during pre-conception, pregnancy, breastfeeding and postpartum causes harm, is not beneficial and should be largely avoided

knowing more about why birthing people choose psilocybin during pregnancy, breastfeeding, and postpartum and what were the results of that choice will help mothers and families

for generations to come

special thanks

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Image by James Wheeler

mission

we are conducting a citizen science research project by surveying mothers and birthing people who consumed psilocybin mushrooms throughout their motherhood (pre-conception, pregnancy, breastfeeding, postpartum) and parenting journey in order to accumulate a body of evidence for effects of psilocybin on birthing people, women and their children

vision

to provide open-source, helpful and community-driven data for a seldom studied area in psychedelic research: mushrooms and mothers.  we aim to submit our findings into scientific journals and publish the findings publicly so mothers and families everywhere can access this much needed information and resources.  this is the first step in a long road of psychedelic research specific to gestational experiences, birth and child bearing.

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collaborators

calling on collaborators

this is the research no one wanted to do,

and it wont get done without our help

VIEW COLLABORATOR PERKS BELOW

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COLLABORATOR

SPONSORSHIP TIERS

$300+

community

  • named in public letter of gratitude (with link) on MOTM site

$1000+

guiding light

  • named in public letter of gratitude (with link) on MOTM site

  • named (with link) in email campaign (10k+ active recipients)

  • logo placed in presentation when the study is presented

$3000+

visionary

  • named in public letter of gratitude* (with link) on MOTM site

  • named (with link) in email campaign (10k+ active recipients)

  • logo placed in presentation when the study is presented

  • logo placed on MOTM website homepage

$10,000+

garden keeper

  • named in public letter of gratitude* (with link) on MOTM site

  • named (with link) in email campaign (10k+ active recipients)

  • logo placed in presentation when the study is presented

  • logo placed on MOTM website homepage

  • professional services: social media strategies, diversity, equity and inclusion, ongoing public endorsement

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sponsorship

what have we
learned so far?

here is some preliminary data we have collected far from mothers of the mushroom

sofar
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