Magic Mushrooms: Substances, Consumption and Effects

Magic Mushrooms

Prepare for the next level of spiritual and sensory quest. Magic mushrooms contain psilocybin, a compound that causes psychotropic effects. Travel in a state of blissful spiritual exploration, with countless flying colors dancing in front of you. Accept happiness and let your senses blossom to an unprecedented level of consciousness.

Magic mushrooms, scientifically known as psilocybin and commonly known as “magic mushrooms” or “shrooms,” are fungi that synthesize many psychoactive compounds, the most prominent of which is psilocybin. The natural habitats in which they occur are scattered around the world, and their use by humans goes far back to civilization itself.

Today, Magic Mushrooms are primarily used as entertainment enthusiasts, with euphoria, thought changes, temporal sensations, sensory enhancement and synesthesia, hallucinations, spiritual fortune-telling and mysterious emotions, and even out-of-body experiences. 

The main neurological changes caused by magic mushrooms are: It stimulates neurogenesis (creates new brain cells), promotes hyperconnected brain conditions (believed to be involved in the deep insights reported by many subjects), and mutes the default mode network (theoretically) is associated with ego, depression, anxiety, and PTSD).

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Different Names of Magic Mushrooms

The names often used in the English language are: mushrooms, magic mushrooms, sacred mushrooms. Many terms are also used by users for the different forms of psilocybin and psilocin or mushrooms that contain these hallucinogens: psilos, boomers, psilocin, liberty caps, mushroom, shrooms, magic mushrooms, Flesh of God, hombrecitos, musk, pizza, crazy putty, simple Simon.

Psilocybin and Psilocin

Mushrooms containing psilocybin and psilocin usually belong to the genus Psilocybin, Most mushrooms, including psilocybin, are small brown or yellow mushrooms. In nature, these mushrooms are often confused with a variety of other non-psychotropic, non-edible, or toxic mushrooms. This makes their identification difficult and even dangerous. Psilocybin containing mushrooms can easily be accidentally ingested because psilocybin-free species are difficult to distinguish from hallucinogenic species by simple morphological observations in nature. Hallucinogenic mushrooms are similar to the common mushroom Agaricus Bosporus (mushroom), but the psilocybin mushroom meat is characterized by turning blue or green when tapped or cut out. The identification method was developed based on a genetic approach.

Way of Consuming Magic Mushrooms

The recreational dose is 1-5 grams of dried mushrooms, depending on the type and potency of the product. For fresh mushrooms, the dose is about 10 times higher (10-50 grams). You can eat it raw, boil it in water to make tea, or cook it with other foods to supplement the bitterness. After ingestion, psilocybin is broken down by enzymes into psilocin. When the substance is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, hallucinogenic effects usually occur 30 minutes after ingestion and last for 4 to 6 hours.

The Effect the User is Looking for: 

  • Separation from reality;
  • Euphoria;
  • Hallucinations;
  • Color blindness;
  • Inappropriate laughter;
  • Sense of weight or lightness;
  • Feeling relaxed and tired.

General toxic effects

  • Restlessness
  • Pupil dilation;
  • Increased blood pressure and heart rate;
  • Especially numbness of the face
  • dizzy;
  • Uncontrollable weakness and contraction;
  • Urinary incontinence;
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of coordination
  • Thirst;
  • Sweating and increased body temperature with chills and trembling.

Effects of Magic Mushrooms Overdose

Overdose is common and can have serious consequences. Some of them are caused by psychosis that can result, rather than the physical symptoms that result from magic mushrooms.

  • Anxiety;
  • Hot Springs, Sweating;
  • Seizures (Especially Children)
  • Unpleasant Sensory Impairment;
  • Dizzy;
  • Abdominal Muscle Discomfort;
  • Death;
  • Nausea, Vomiting
  • Paranoia.
  • Effects Of Chronic Use
  • Lack Of Muscle Control;
  • Anxiety
  • Confusion;
  • Disorientation
  • Pupil Dilation;
  • Redness Of The Skin;
  • Increased Blood Pressure;
  • Hyperflexion;
  • Concerned;
  • Nausea And Vomiting
  • Psychosis (Similar To Delusional Schizophrenia);
  • Persistent Post-hallucination Syndrome;
  • Tachycardia (Fast Heartbeat);
  • Trembling.
  • Tolerance (you need to increase the dose to get the same effect)
  • Strong and fast.