What is Magic Mushrooms?

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Australian magic mushrooms look much like ordinary mushrooms. The most common magic mushrooms in Australia are golden tops, liberty caps, and blue meanies. Golden tops and blue meanies are named after the colour of the mushrooms. Liberty caps are named after the shape of the mushrooms.

 

It is very dangerous to pick and eat wild mushrooms. Magic mushrooms can look similar to poisonous mushroom varieties. This makes it very dangerous for people to just pick and eat mushrooms without the proper knowledge of the differences between the different varieties. It is difficult to distinguish between the different mushrooms, especially the more poisonous look-alikes. Poisonous mushrooms can cause permanent liver damage or sometimes death.

 

Psilocybin or magic mushrooms belong to a group of drugs called psychedelics. Australian psychedelic mushrooms contain psilocybin, a hallucinogenic compound. Psilocybin converts to psilocin in the body and this provides psychoactive properties. Over 200 different types of mushrooms have these natural psychedelics or hallucinogenic properties. The amount of psilocybin is different in the various types of mushrooms.

 

Magic mushrooms grow naturally in Australia and there are approximately about 30 species of psilocybin mushrooms in Australia. Some of these mushrooms are native magic mushrooms, while others were introduced from Europe, Asia, and America. Magic mushrooms are found in every environment on earth.

 

Psilocybe subaeruginosa, psilocybe alutacea, and psilocybe tasmaniana are some of the more common magic mushroom species found in Australia.

 

Magic mushrooms can be consumed in different ways:

 

· Fresh

· Cooked

· Steeped in hot water to make tea

· Dried

· Placed into capsule form

· Mixed with other plant-based substances and smoked

 

It is important to be careful when taking any type of drug, whether it is synthetic or natural. There is no safe level of drug use and using drugs always carries some sort of risk.

 

Magic mushrooms can affect each person differently based on the following:

 

· Weight, height, size, and the health of a person

· Whether the person has taken drugs before

· Whether a person mixes and take different drugs together

· The amount of drugs taken

· The strength of the mushroom depends on the type of mushroom ingested

· The environment where the drug is taken

 

Some of the effects of magic mushrooms are:

 

· Euphoria

· Increased feeling of wellbeing

· Change in consciousness

· Change in mood, thought, and perception

· Visual or auditory hallucinations or both

· Dilation of pupils

· Psychosis

· Seizures

 

The effects of magic mushrooms are rarely life-threatening. A person can however experience some side-effects. Some side effects of magic mushrooms are:

 

· Upset stomach

· Nausea and vomiting

· Headaches

· An increase in body temperature

· Paranoia and panic

· Muscle Weakness

· Drowsiness

· Lack of coordination

 

These physical effects appear within minutes of ingestion and it can last for about 6 hours. The use of magic mushrooms or psilocybin can lead to negative physical and psychological consequences or a bad trip. Some of the psychological consequences can include anxiety, intense hallucinations, and a person can develop an inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality. The user can experience panic reactions and psychosis, especially if they ingest larger doses.

 

There is no evidence that users of magic mushrooms can become dependent on psilocybin. However, users do develop a tolerance for the drug if it is ingested continuously over some time. A person can have delayed headaches after taking magic mushrooms. These headaches usually do not last longer than a day. The person might also experience exhaustion, depression, or anxiety.

 

Some people who regularly use magic mushrooms may experience flashbacks. These flashbacks usually involve previous magic mushroom experiences. These flashbacks are usually visual distortions that involve changes in a person’s emotions or perception. A person can experience flashbacks for weeks, months, or even years after the drug was taken. Stress, exercise, fatigue, or the use of other drugs can increase the likelihood of a flashback. Flashbacks usually last a minute or two.

 

The effects of taking magic mushrooms with other illegal drugs or over-the-counter medication or prescribed medications can be unpredictable and potentially dangerous. Taking magic mushrooms with ice, speed, or ecstasy can increase a person’s chances to experience a bad trip that can lead to panic. Magic mushrooms should also not be used with psychiatric medications as it can lead to a relapse or the condition can worsen.

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