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In 2002, Clusterbusters was formed to take a pro-active role in researching for a cure for cluster headaches and find new and improved treatments.

Eventually, 6 advocates traveled to Boston and met with the administration of Harvard Medical School and convinced them of the importance of this research and they agreed to undertake the first psychedelic research project at their institution in 40 years.

On Feb 9th, 2004, an agreement was signed to begin research at Harvard University, looking at using psilocybin as a viable treatment option providing results far better than anything currently available.

The first published results from this groundbreaking clinical study of this treatment appeared in the prestigious medical journal Neurology in June of 2006.

This has been an incredibly long and often frustrating process that included the discovery of BOL-148, starts and stops of every fashion, thousands of people finding relief with various new options and an unending determination to push forward past every obstacle. The growth of Clusterbusters into an active and successful advocacy group for the entire community, built with contributions from hundreds of people that refused to let the words “can’t”, or “no” stop them from helping others.

Along the way we have added some incredibly dedicated advocates, we have lost one of our original research team members, Dr. Andrew Sewell, added extraordinary researchers and headache specialists to our team, overcome those that have tried to stop us and will continue to push forward.

Yes, it has taken 14 years but I am both proud and pleased to announce the following:







Adults with chronic cluster headache, age 21 - 65, needed for a research study investigating Psilocybin in the treatment of cluster headache.


ClusterBusters, a non-profit advocacy and education group, is participating in the recruitment of subjects for a pilot study investigating the safety and efficacy of psilocybin in cluster headache. This study is taking place at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Haven, Connecticut, an affiliate of Yale University School of Medicine.



Earn $100 per test day. Three test days total.


Call (203) 932-5711, ext. 4335

All calls are confidential



HIC # 1607018057, HSS # DD0063

Biological Studies Unit, VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven Campus




A few details of explanation:

1.      This study will require at least 4 visits to the study site, with time between visits which will require needing to be in the area for a while.


2.      Please call during regular business hours (9:00am-4:00pm EST) if possible.


3.      Participants will need to be physician-verified chronic cluster headache sufferers.


Congratulations and thank you to everyone that has worked so hard for all these years to make this happen.


Bob Wold


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I think it was late 2006 when I heard for the first time about an american patient group that were pursuing after effective treatments for cluster headache. I really dug their name. They were called Clusterbusters. Here in Finland there was a lot of badmouthing about them, bunch of patients who only want to "get high" even from such people who really should have known better or should have had more wisdom to look at the whole condition and treatments objectively. I didn't care much about that. It is amazing to where Clusterbusters has come since then and what Bob Wold and everyone at Clusterbusters has achieved for us, do we know or understand it today in 2017 or not. Thank you Sir and everyone involved.

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Indeed, I thank you and your entire team from the bottom of my heart.  The very study you've mentioned, released in 2006, was the same study I found on Erowid.org in 2007, which is what opened my eyes to the nature of the brutal headaches I had been experiencing.  Before that, I thought I must have a tumor or aneurysm and it's just a matter of time before it paralyzes me.  It was then another 9 years before I discovered/accessed a similar alternative treatment that helps me immensely, and all the logical steps that led me to it began here!

In the 10 years since then, much more research has been done on CH, and my medicine of choice (DMT) has become a hot research topic both for its psychoactive effects AND its medicinal effects (yet another Schedule I with great medicinal qualities that may finally be acknowledged).  I have high hopes for both subjects, and higher hopes that they will be better understood in the future and contribute useful data to each other.

I firmly believe you have saved lives by putting this organization together.  Again, I thank you for everything that's being done here!

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there are folks out there calling DMT the God Molekül ...

smoking DMT? Tried hard but can't stand the extreme bad taste (and this IS individual depending on each person) probably the same troubles when ingesting RC/Mushrooms. Nice DMT giving you relive up to a certain level.

I only know Darknet as source for DMT. How do you get yours Onblamesh?


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