Magic mushrooms are a type of polyphyletic informal group of fungi. Upon ingestion, psilocybin (a compound in the mushroom) turns into psilocin. Several species of psilocybin mushrooms exist: Copelandia, Gymnopilus, Panaeolus, Pholiotina, and Pluteus. In this article, we'll look at a few popular varieties.<br/><br/>While the effects of magic mushrooms may vary from person to person, the psychoactive ingredients present in them are the same for everybody. The dose and type of mushroom used should be carefully considered before taking the supplement. The active ingredient in magic mushrooms, psilocybin, is illegally produced as a powder, tablet, or capsule. These products do not have the necessary safety tests to prove their effectiveness. Some people who use magic mushrooms in combination with other drugs or alcohol experience a hallucinogenic experience.<br/><br/>If you decide to try a magic mushroom, make sure you're in a relaxed and open mind before taking the supplement. You'll also need to be in a safe environment, as this substance can interact with other drugs. It may cause an unpredictable and potentially dangerous reaction. People on psychiatric medications should also avoid taking magic mushrooms as the effects may be negative. If you suspect that you may have consumed a poisonous mushroom, contact the Victorian Poisons Information Centre to get the proper medical care.<br/><br/>While the benefits of a mushroom trip are short-term, the risks are long-term. A high-dose can lead to "bad trips," where you experience hallucinations and other symptoms. Hallucinations are distortions of reality based on the individual's mood and environment. They can even cause serious illness and damage internal organs. Despite its positive effects, the risks of a fatal overdose from this substance are significant.<br/><a href="">visit this site</a><br/>

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