Psilocybin Cubensis is produced synthetically or extracted from the psilocybe Mexicana mushroom and other mushroom species. It is chemically related to LSD. Most often sold in the mushrooms and are known by names like “psychedelic mushrooms,” “magic mushrooms,” and “‘shrooms.”
How is psilocybin used?
Typical doses range from 4 to 10mg but are hard to control. Often so because the active amount of hallucinogens in mushrooms differs widely. According to the genus, strength, and condition (fresh or dried) of the mushrooms.
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Users report feelings of mild euphoria and tingling physical sensations. They also report increased sensitivity to music and visual sensations.
Small doses (4 to 8 mg.) produce effects within half an hour. This may continue for 4 to 5 hours and may include mental and physical relaxation, tiredness, a sense of separateness. Feelings of physical heaviness or lightness, mood swings, and perceptual distortions also occur.
Are there short-term dangers of taking Magic Mushrooms?
Misidentification is one of the biggest dangers to taking psilocybin mushrooms. It is difficult to know if the mushrooms are psilocybin mushrooms because poisonous mushrooms also cause hallucinogenic effects. Signs that the mushrooms are toxic include stomach pains, vomiting, and diarrhea. Poisonous mushrooms can even lead to death.
It is also difficult to determine what genus of mushrooms you have. Also, the dose of active hallucinogen each mushroom contains. To reduce the risk of a dangerous experience, it is safer to take small amounts. You can then wait for its effect to be felt. In some cases, hallucinating can be unpleasant or even terrifying. The memory of this intense fear can remain with the person for life. A bad trip can occur at any dose. Signs of a bad trip include anxiety, confused or disordered thinking, and panic.
At doses of 13 mg or more, users’ perceptions become altered. Thus they develop the same symptoms as an LSD user. They also might experience facial flushing, sweating, a slowed sense of time. At these higher doses, some of the warning signs of a potential overdose include:
Lightheadedness or dizziness
Numbness of the tongue, lips, or mouth
Shivering or sweating
Remember never to drive on psilocybin or any other hallucinogen. Operating machinery while under the influence of reality-altering substances is extremely dangerous.
Are there long-term consequences to taking psilocybin?
Some users experience such extremely unpleasant hallucinations that the fear of that experience remains with them for life. Users with a history of mental illness should not take hallucinogens, including psilocybin. This is because they can trigger or aggravate conditions like schizophrenia, mania, or depression.
Is Shrooms addictive?
Tolerance to psilocybin mushrooms builds up rapidly and deters regular use.