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Silo Wellness Ultimate Pride and Love – Costa Rica Psilocybin Retreats

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At the Silo Wellness Ultimate Pride and Love retreat, people belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community can experience psychedelic therapy in a safe space. The retreat is designed to give those looking to heal through the use of psilocybin the option to do so legally, safely, and in a place that is free from judgment.

Exciting news: Oregon is legalizing Psilocybin therapy in early 2023. Click here to get on the waiting list for the first state-approved psilocybin therapy in the United States now!

The five-day/four-night journey of the Silo Wellness Ultimate Pride and Love retreat will offer transformative healing that participants can enjoy on their own terms. Retreat members will enjoy privacy in their own villa so that they can shut off the world and indulge themselves in the journey of psilocybin therapy. The retreat typically takes place in Costa Rica. Stay tuned for future dates.

Psilocybin Treatments Offered

  • Mushrooms

Important Information

  • No medical treatment or psychotherapy is offered or available at the retreat.
  • The retreat is typically hosted at Tryall Club in Montego Bay.


  • Prices may vary from trip to trip, but the latest Ultimate Pride and Love retreat (held in June 2021), cost $6,800 per person for single occupancy plus $30USD cash to be paid to the retreat leader for mushrooms. This rate included the following:
    • 5 day / 4 night Accommodations
    • Yoga Classes
    • Daily Meditation Classes
    • Psilocybin-Facilitated Ceremonies
    • Group Integration Sessions
    • Indigenous Day Spa Experience
    • Immersive Nature Experiences
    • Healthy and Nutritious Meals (3x daily)
    • Post-Retreat Follow Up Sessions
    • R/T Airport Transfer (MBJ)

What You Need to Know About Magic Mushrooms

Magic mushrooms are psychedelic because they contain the psychedelic compounds psilocybin and psilocin. They are also a completely natural psychedelic. Psilocybin is a prodrug, meaning it is only psychoactive when consumed and processed in the body. When you take mushrooms containing psilocybin, the body will convert the psilocybin into psilocin, which is psychoactive. Both psilocybin and psilocin belong to a group of chemicals known as tryptamines. This grouping also includes compounds like DMT and 5-MeO-DMT.

Magic mushroom use is thousands of years old, but the idea largely entered public awareness with the publication of an article about magic mushrooms in Life magazine in 1957. Written by the then vice-president of J.P. Morgan R. Gordon Wasson, this article detailed a magic mushroom ceremony in Oaxaca, Mexico that Wasson took part in. In the decade that followed, more Westerners began experimenting with psilocybin mushrooms.

Today, promising new research trials have found that psilocybin can effectively treat a number of intransigent psychiatric conditions. It’s why psychedelics for depression and other mental health issues are becoming more popular these days.

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