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    Psilocybin and psilocin (Magic mushrooms)


    Buy Magic Mushrooms Online, "Magic mushrooms" are mushrooms that contain hallucinogens - usually psilocybin and psilocin. Taking magic mushrooms may cause you to see, hear or feel things that are not there, or to experience anxiety, fear, nausea, and muscle twitches accompanied by increased heart rate and blood pressure. In some cases, the consumption of magic mushrooms can lead to "bad trips" or "flashbacks".

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    There is increasing interest in the potential therapeutic uses of magic mushrooms and of psilocybin, one of the active ingredients in magic mushrooms. While clinical trials with psilocybin have shown promising results, at this time, there are no approved therapeutic products containing psilocybin in Canada or elsewhere. Clinical trials are the most appropriate and effective way to advance research with unapproved drugs such as psilocybin while protecting the health and safety of patients.

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    About magic mushrooms


    Magic mushrooms have been used for thousands of years. There are over 200 species of magic mushrooms. Since many species look alike, it can be hard to tell the different species of mushrooms apart. It is possible for people to consume poisonous mushrooms, mistaking them for magic mushrooms, The active ingredients in magic mushrooms are chemicals called psilocybin and psilocin. As psychoactive substances, psilocybin and psilocin are controlled internationally

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    Benefits of psilocybin magic mushrooms


    Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance people ingest from certain types of mushrooms that grow in regions of Europe, South America, Mexico, and the United States.
    The mushrooms containing psilocybin are known as magic mushrooms. The Benefits include:

    1. Dissolve your ego and increase creativity
    Mushrooms contain Psychedelics in general and psilocybin specifically can enable states where our conscious experience of the world is freed from its association with our specific ego which may be revealed to be an illusory construct. In a 2017 study, temporary ego loss could be beneficial in the right context. These expansive, sometimes life-changing experiences help us to feel profoundly connected and alive. They also boost creativity.

    2. Smoking cessation and other addictions

    Researchers found that psilocybin therapy significantly improved abstaining from smoking over a 12-month follow-up period.

    Matthew Johnson, Ph.D., associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, led that study. According to him, psilocybin also has the potential to treat other substance use disorders, including alcohol and cocaine addiction.

    “The general idea is that the nature of these disorders is a narrowed mental and behavioral repertoire,” he told Healthline. “So, [psilocybin] in well-orchestrated sessions [has] the ability to essentially shake someone out of their routine to give a glimpse of a larger picture and create a mental plasticity with which people can step outside of those problems.”

    3. Magic mushrooms reduce depression
    Psilocybin, the active ingredient in psychoactive mushrooms, has provided the spiritual and cultural bedrock of many great civilizations. The Aztecs referred to teonanácatl, which translates as ‘divine mushroom’, and modern neuroscience has revealed how psilocybin interacts with serotonin receptors in the brain in order to produce a range of consciousness-altering effects.

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    4. Increase of “openness” and other beneficial shifts in personality
    Humans are born open and full of love – eager to: connect, learn and grow as sentient beings. Over the course of our lives, experiences that may cause suffering to close us down. Obvious examples include that when we get our hearts broken – we may be less open to future romantic encounters. People who have a series of negative events associated with aspects of their lives can close down to the detriment of future experiences.

    Clearly, this can sometimes protect us, but in many cases, we may close down more than we need to and we limit our life potential by shutting out new experiences and opportunities.

    Short-term effects of magic mushrooms


    When consumed, the effects of magic mushrooms can vary from person to person. In addition, the strength of magic mushrooms can vary greatly. One mushroom may have different concentrations of the active ingredients compared to another and, consequently, the effects of the magic mushroom can depend on the dose and type of mushroom used.

    Magic mushrooms sold illegally may be in the form of dried whole mushrooms or a powder. People may choose to take the mushrooms in many ways, including:

    • eaten raw or cooked;
    • ground up and used to make tea or mixed in a beverage;
    • swallowed as capsules;
    • sniffed up the nose (snorted), when in a powder.

    Magic mushrooms should never be injected intravenously. There have been case reports in the literature of serious harms associated with intravenous injection of mushrooms, including septic shock and multi-system organ failure.

    Psilocybin and psilocin are also produced and sold illegally as powder or in tablets or capsules. Drugs produced illegally are not tested and may contain other dangerous substances.

    Mental effects


    Magic mushrooms may cause heightened emotions and senses and people may feel happy and creative. They may laugh or giggle a lot and experience a sense of mental and emotional clarity.

    Magic mushrooms can also cause hallucinations and affect people by:

    • distorting their sense of reality (they see and hear things that are not there)
    • mixing up their senses (they believe they can see music or hear colors)
    • altering their sense of time

    Some of the negative mental effects of taking magic mushrooms include:

    • changes in mood
    • light-headedness
    • anxiety and panic attacks
    • confusion and disorientation
    • fear or paranoia

    Physical effects

    Taking magic mushrooms can produce:

    • numbness, particularly in the face
    • increased heart rate and blood pressure
    • dry mouth, sometimes leading to nausea and vomiting
    • muscle weakness and twitching, or convulsions
    • exaggerated reflexes
    • sweating and high body temperature, often followed by chills and shivering
    • loss of urinary control

    Long-term effects of magic mushrooms

    Currently, no studies have evaluated the long-term effects of the repetitive use of magic mushrooms.

    Risks related to the use of magic mushrooms

    • What is commonly known as a "bad trip" may occur, particularly at high doses. These experiences may be frightening and may include paranoia, loss of boundaries, and a distorted sense of self. Impaired judgment during these "bad trips" may lead to risk-taking behavior, which may then lead to traumatic injuries or even death.
    • In certain cases, users may experience frequent or overly intense psychedelic events that may induce abrupt "flashbacks", i.e., reliving the previous experience.
    • Using magic mushrooms with substances such as cannabis, amphetamines, alcohol, etc., elevates the risks of serious side effects and adverse events.
    • For individuals predisposed to or with existing psychiatric conditions, there may be an elevated risk of side effects. This association is still being evaluated.
    • For individuals with cardiac diseases, short-term effects such as increased blood pressure and heart rate could potentially be harmful.

    Substance use disorders and withdrawal


    There is little evidence that people can become physically or psychologically dependent on magic mushrooms.

    However, it is possible to become tolerant to the drug's effects with regular use. This may occur over several days of continued use. In this state, even high amounts of the drug will no longer produce the desired effect.

    Potential therapeutic uses of psilocybin


    At this time, there are no approved therapeutic products containing psilocybin in Canada or elsewhere. This means that the safety, efficacy, and quality of products containing psilocybin have not been assessed by Health Canada, and they have not undergone the rigorous scientific review process required to be authorized for sale in Canada or elsewhere. There is ongoing research looking at the potential of psilocybin to treat various mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and problematic substance use. While some initial clinical trials have shown promising results, the evidence is currently limited.