The use of Psilocybin mushrooms and other psychedelic compounds dates back thousands of years used by many cultures for medicinal and religious purposes. In 1971 after a Major resurgence in western culture the United Nations classified psilocybin and other classical psychedelics mescaline, LSD and DMT as schedule 1 substances, meaning they had the highest potential for abuse and no medical value. This was a mistake. The prohibition of psilocybin mushrooms has recently come under criticism, from the general public and from researchers who see therapeutic potential with regard to drug addictions and other mental instabilities, such as PTSD, anxiety and depression.