Once it enters the body, psilocybin is broken down into psilocin, a substance that acts like the neurotransmitter serotonin, which regulates mood. Its hallucinatory effects can cause a person to see images, hear sounds, and feel sensations that seem real but aren’t. Someone on psilocybin may experience synesthesia, or the mixture of two senses, such as feeling as though they can smell colors.
Besides sensory enhancement and visual hallucinations, people using Magic Mushrooms therapy have described the effects as a life-changing experience where they gain deep insight that shifts the way they think about themselves.
Magic Mushrooms are not Addictive
Magic mushrooms, as ecstatic as they make us feel, does not cause addiction. This fact is surprising but it is true.
Also, the human body builds a psilocybin resistance and tolerance very quickly, making it increasingly hard for the same dose of drug to work over and over again.This reduced probability of addiction appeals to many who want the numerous benefits Magic Mushrooms offers without having to fear about getting addicted to it or struggling with withdrawal symptoms if they decide to stop.
“This ‘ego dissolution’ results in a moment of expanded awareness, a feeling in which the mind is put more directly and intensely in touch with the world”.Through this experience it may be possible to re-engineer the mechanisms of self, which in turn could change people’s outlook or worldview. The profound sense of connection produced by this experience has the potential to be beneficial for people suffering from anxiety, depression and some forms of addiction.
‘Shrooms may change people for good.
A 2011 study found that after one dose of psilocybin, people became more open to new experiences for at least 14 months, a shockingly stable change. People with open personalities are more creative and more appreciative of art, and they value novelty and emotion.
The reason for the change seems to be psilocybin’s effects on emotions. People describe mushroom trips as extremely profound experiences, and report feelings of joy and connectedness to others and to the world around them.
In addition to not being addictive, magic mushrooms can help fight other addictions. Psilocybin is a powerful hallucinogen that can lead to different perceptions and other activities in the brain, and that can eventually lead to a change.
Magic mushrooms have been used in studies to prove that they are valuable in treating nicotine addiction in longtime smokers, without having the same addictive effects themselves.
Mushrooms disolve the Mechanisms of the brain
Functional MRIs performed during the psychedelic experience induced by psilocybin mushrooms suggest that these “magic mushrooms” break up the usual control mechanisms of the brain, facilitating unusual states of consciousness, and potentially helping to treat depression.
Some mushrooms are instantly edible and can be eaten raw immediately when found, some require being dried and/or stored first.
Mushrooms, generally, can be dried out and used to make tea for drinking.
Drops of liquid psilocybin can be extracted and ingested directly.
Dosage Ranges for dried stems and powder
Creative dose: 0.5–1g (test out these doses before taking at work!)
Typical party dose: 2–3g (a full trip dose)
For measurements, use a mini kitchen scale. To contain each dose and prevent a bitter taste, try gelatin capsules or vegetarian capsules.
Dosage range for Mushroom oil
We recommend taking 0.1ml for each dose to begin orally.
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