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What are magic mushrooms?

Despite what you might have been lead to believe by popular culture, magic mushrooms aren’t a specific type of mushroom. Instead, this term is more of an umbrella under which several different types of mushrooms fall. What they all have in common, though, is the presence of a substance known as psilocybin. This substance is a psychoactive compound that gives these mushrooms their ‘magical’ effect.

Magic mushrooms can be found in the wild or cultivated by growers, but they all tend to have strong psychoactive and hallucinogenic effects. As such, it makes sense to learn a little bit more about these mushrooms before you decide whether or not they are right for you. Fortunately, there’s plenty of information available about these fungi and how they can impact those who choose to ingest them. If you’re willing to do your research, you can cut through much of the misinformation that exists about these mushrooms.

Other names for magic mushrooms

There are plenty of other names that you might have heard for magic mushrooms. If you’re not looking at the scientific names for the fungi, you’re still going to hear quite a few variations. The most common by far is, of course, shrooms. Beyond that, you’ll hear a number of regional names – buttons, caps, Alice, and boomers are all very common as well.
  • Boomers
  • Caps
  • Cubes
  • Flower Flipping
  • God’s Flesh
  • Hippieflip
  • Hongos
  • Zoomers
  • Little Smoke
  • Magic
  • Mexican Mushrooms
  • Mushies
  • Mushroom Soup
  • Mushrooms
  • Musk
  • Pizza Toppings
  • Psilocybin
  • Purple Passion
  • Sacred Mushrooms
  • Sherm
  • Shrooms
  • Silly Putty
  • Simple Simon

Psilocybin mushroom species

If you’re really interested in knowing more about magic mushrooms, you need to look at the various species of mushrooms that fall under that umbrella. Each is a little different, but they all share the same active ingredients.
  • Psilocybe cyanescens

    These particularly powerful fungi are actually used in culinary recipes if properly prepared. Found in places as diverse as New Zealand and Iran, the ‘wavy caps’ were first formally described in the 1940s.

  • Psilocybe tampanensis

    This is one of the rarest magic mushrooms, originally found in Florida but never reported there again. Today’s version of this mushroom is mostly clones of the original.

  • Psilocybe caerulipes

    The bluefoot is native to the eastern part of North America, but can be found as far south as Central America. It is unique among many other species of magic mushrooms for how easy it is to confuse with more common mushrooms.

  • Psilocybe semilanceata

    This European mushroom was first described at the end of the 18th century and remains one of the most powerful psychoactive mushrooms. Grown largely in the northern hemisphere, it is also the first European mushroom to have documented psychoactive characteristics.

  • Psilocybe caerulescens

    This is another mushroom that sees a fair bit of ritual use. Found in the Southeast United States, it’s a fairly powerful mushroom that’s often said to taste a bit like a cucumber.

  • Psilocybe stuntzii

    Also known as ‘Blue Ringers’, these mushrooms are native to the Pacific Northwest.

  • Psilocybe mexicana

    This mushroom was used by natives of North American almost two thousand years ago, largely for ritual purposes. Today, it grows mostly in Central America.

  • Psilocybe cubensis

    This may be the go-to mushroom for most when they think of magic mushrooms. Widely cultivated, it was first described as living in Cuba. With that said, this mushroom tends to grow virtually anywhere that cattle are raised.

  • Copelandia cyanescens

    A dung-growing species of fungus, this mushroom can be found all over the world.

  • Psilocybe azurescens

    Finally, there are Azurescens. A particularly powerful mushroom, it’s also native to the western United States.

Where do magic mushrooms come from?

Magic mushrooms can be found in more places than you might think. While there are many species that are native to the Americas, the truth is that they have been cultivated in almost every part of the world. Modern mushrooms can certainly still be found in the wild, but the vast majority of mushrooms can now be purchased from those who cultivate specific types of fungi.

If you’re foraging for magic mushrooms in the wild, though, a few things tend to hold true. Most magic mushrooms grow in the same places that other mushrooms grow – places where there’s plenty of shade and plenty of organic matter to fuel the growth process. Some mushrooms rely on fecal deposits to grow, while others require vegetable rot as a fuel source. Regardless of what type of environment they prefer, though, various species have found themselves able to grow in almost any kind of environment.

What do magic mushrooms look like?

One of the toughest things to realize for the average mushroom hunter is that there’s not a single profile for magic mushrooms. There are some species that fall under the umbrella, for example, that are very easy to mistake for common brown mushrooms. Other species might have very specific markings or shapes that make them easy to identify in the wild.

The real goal should always be to start by identifying the specific type of magic mushroom for which you’re looking and to figure out how it might differ from the other types of mushrooms in the area. This will not only help you to avoid picking mushrooms that could otherwise be poisonous, but it can help you to narrow down your search in a way that will allow you to waste less time and to walk away with a better crop of mushrooms.

How to identify magic mushrooms

Identification of magic mushrooms isn’t that hard, but it does take a little bit of research. What you’ll need to do is familiarize yourself with the types of magic mushrooms that are available and how they look different not only from other mushrooms but from other types of magic mushrooms. The former will help you more when you are looking for mushrooms on your own, while the latter will help to ensure that you’re able to find the right mushrooms if you are working with someone who cultivates multiple species.

The easiest way to identify magic mushrooms is to look at the shape of the cap, the color of the mushroom, and the markings on the steam. The vast majority of magic mushrooms will have some kind of unique characteristic that presents itself when you look at one of those three qualities, so make sure that you pay attention when you’re examining your next batch of mushrooms.

How to dry magic mushrooms

Drying magic mushrooms is vital if you want to make sure that they last. Doing so is largely a matter of making sure that you remove all of the moisture ahead of time and then desiccating them properly.

You’ll want to start by setting your mushrooms out to dry. You can let them sit on their own or put a fan on them – the key here is always to dry them out. Once that’s done, you’ll be able to dessicate the mushrooms by placing them in an air-tight container with a dessicant like Epsom salts. Note that to do this safely, you’ll cover your dessicant with something breathable like a paper towel so that your mushrooms never touch the salt even though the salts will be able to remove the moisture from the inside of the container.

How to store magic mushrooms

The great news is that it honestly isn’t all that tough to store magic mushrooms once they have been dried. In fact, there are many people who will simply put them in Ziploc bags and feel perfectly safe doing so. Once the moisture has been removed from the mushrooms, you’re not going to run into nearly as many problems when it comes to potential rot or contamination.

If you’re looking for long-term storage, many do recommend storing the mushrooms in a sealed jar, usually with a few sealed silica dessicant packs inside. If you can keep the mushrooms out of the sun, this will allow you to ensure that the mushrooms stay relatively safe for much longer than you might expect. While there’s no solution that will allow you to keep your mushrooms safe forever, this is the solution that will give you the most time to decide how to properly use your mushrooms once they have been dried out.

How to take magic mushrooms

Now that you’re a little more confident about what magic mushrooms are, you can start to decide how you want to consume these mushrooms. Though there is no single way to use magic mushrooms, there are three specific methods that tend to be the most popular among new users and veterans alike. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, but they are all worth checking out.

Eat magic mushrooms

Perhaps the most common way to consume mushrooms of any sort is to eat them. After all, this is the most natural way to ingest a mushroom and it takes relatively little effort to prepare. In fact, you’ve probably done all the work that’s necessary to eat a magic mushroom once you’ve picked (or bought) your mushrooms and dried them out, so why take any extra steps?

The only thing to remember when you’re eating magic mushrooms is to chew them thoroughly. Doing so helps to mix the juices of the mushroom with your saliva, which helps to activate the compounds and get them into your bloodstream a little more quickly. If you choose to eat magic mushrooms, you should expect to get the effect of the psychoactive compounds in less than an hour if you take them on an empty stomach.

Drink magic mushrooms

Not a fan of the taste of mushrooms? The great news is that you can avoid all the chewing and still get all the effects of magic mushrooms if you drink them. Doing so generally means making a tea of the mushrooms, boiling some water, throwing some crushed up mushrooms in, and then simmering the resulting brew until you get something that resembles a tea.

Lemon tea is a more modern take on the same idea, but it does get you to the effects of a magic mushroom faster. You’ll just take some lemon juice, throw in some ground-up mushrooms, and wait. Give it a few minutes to let the acid break down the mushrooms, then add some water and take a drink. While it’s debatable as to whether this actually changes your trip, most would agree that doing this does help the mushrooms to get activated more quickly.

Magic mushrooms capsules

Capsules are perhaps the method of using magic mushrooms that provide the most consistency. Whether you make the capsules yourself or buy them, you’ll be able to know the exact dose that you’re getting every time. This helps to eliminate the taste and texture of the mushrooms like liquifying the substance, but it doesn’t bring with it the same possibility of accidentally boiling out the main ingredients. As you might imagine, this is an incredibly popular choice among many who are looking for an easier magic mushroom experience.

How do magic mushrooms work

Magic mushrooms work through the use of a substance called psilocybin. This substance is converted into psilocin inside your body, which in turn activates your serotonin receptors. Once activated, you’ll experience both physical and mental effects.

Physical effects

As you might imagine, the physical effects of magic mushrooms will vary greatly not only depending on the specific types of mushrooms you ingest but also on the type of mushrooms that you ingest and your tolerance for these mushrooms. Physical effects typically include pupil dilation, drowsiness, lack of coordination, and even yawning.

In some cases, the physical effects are more pronounced. Users might experience muscle weakness, nausea, or even vomiting. In some cases, users will also categorize basic bodily sensations as feeling odd or otherworldly, as they are not able to properly process their own sensory input.

Mental effects

The mental effects of magic mushrooms vary even more than the physical effects. Not only does the dosage you take play a huge role, even the mindset of the individual who ingests the mushrooms can play a role. In fact, it’s incredibly common for two people who take identical doses of the same mushrooms at the same time to have wildly different experiences.

On the positive side, individuals who use magic mushrooms often report feeling euphoria, spiritual awakenings, and a sense of peacefulness. Negative effects include frightening hallucinations, derealization, paranoia, and confusion. It is not uncommon for individuals to experience rapid changes in their emotional states as well, swinging from the positive to negative or vice versa.

How long do magic mushrooms last

The effects of magic mushrooms typically last from around four to six hours, depending on dosage, the weight of the individual consuming the mushrooms, and a whole host of other factors. It should be noted that while this time period does generally cover the entire experience of taking magic mushrooms, it does generally take half an hour to forty-five minutes for the mushrooms to start working.

While most people do ‘come down’ after about six hours, that doesn’t mean that you will necessarily be ready to go back to normal after that time is over. It’s generally recommended that users – and especially first-time users – block off an entire day so they can spend some time really going over the experience of using magic mushrooms and ensuring that they are in a place to go back to some sense of normalcy.

How long do magic mushrooms stay in your system?

The good news is that magic mushrooms get metabolized incredibly quickly, especially as compared to most other hallucinogenic substances. In fact, you should expect magic mushrooms to be completely out of your system after about twenty-four hours. It should be noted, though, that some people absolutely do still have trace amounts of the substance in their urine for up to a week after they consume mushrooms, though this one-week period is the absolute latest that you would see any observable trace of magic mushrooms.

With that said, the substances in magic mushrooms tend to need to be tested specifically, as they don’t show up on most broad-spectrum tests. While this certainly doesn’t hold true for the most discerning of tests, the truth is that magic mushrooms are an entirely natural substance and that your body will make use of them and get them out of your system in short order.

Common side effects of magic mushrooms

The most common side effects of magic mushrooms tend to be the same side effects as almost any other substance that can alter your perception. Dizziness is incredibly common, for example, as is drowsiness. It’s not uncommon for first-time users to feel nauseous, though vomiting tends to be a little less common when magic mushrooms are consumed properly.

There are a host of other mental side effects that tend to go hand in hand with magic mushrooms, though all of these are highly dependent both on the individual that consumes the mushrooms and the setting in which they are consumed. Many individuals do experience rapid mood swings during the active period, while others might feel paranoid or even frightened. The good news, though, is that most people who experience these side effects will be able to shake them off as soon as the active period is over.

Are magic mushrooms addictive?

There’s relatively little reliable information on the addictive qualities of magic mushrooms. As far as most unbiased sources can tell, though, there doesn’t seem to be any kind of physical dependency that can occur due to the usage of this substance. One wouldn’t expect to see the same kind of health effects with magic mushrooms that one would see with a whole host of common prescription medication, for example.

With that said, it’s certainly possible to develop a psychological addiction to magic mushrooms. Not only do these mushrooms play around with your serotonin receptors, but the experience that you have while the mushrooms are active can be very attractive. As such, it’s always best to use these mushrooms in moderation.

Myths of magic mushrooms

There are two main myths about magic mushrooms that really do deserve to be debunked. The first is that these mushrooms are somehow poisonous; while many magic mushrooms do look an awful lot like mushrooms that are poisonous, there’s nothing inherently dangerous about these mushrooms. In fact, some of these mushrooms can be used in culinary settings if they are prepared correctly.

The other major myth is that mushrooms are milder than other hallucinogens. In truth, the effects of mushrooms can vary greatly between individuals and some have reported that magic mushrooms produce a much more intense effect than other types of psychoactive compounds. Though it’s disingenuous to call magic mushrooms more dangerous than any other compound, it’s likewise very important to make sure that you treat these fungi with the care and respect that they deserve.

Where to buy magic mushrooms?

If you’re going to buy magic mushrooms, it’s always best to buy them from a dispensary that you can trust. As you might imagine, the varying levels of the legality of different kinds of mushrooms and different states make it hard to recommend a single source, but you can always look at reviews of the different dispensaries in order to determine who you can trust with your next magic mushroom purchase.

When buying, make sure to look at more than just price. Everything from the types of mushrooms sold to the way that the mushrooms are packed and delivered matters, so do some digging. Buying magic mushrooms should be a process that not only involves doing your homework but one that should ultimately set you up for success when it comes to getting the effects you want out of your magic mushroom consumption.

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Summary:

Magic mushrooms are a family of fungi that all contain a psychoactive compound. Found all over the world, these mushrooms are often enjoyed for their hallucinogenic properties. Those interested in magic mushrooms should take the time to learn more not only about how they can be consumed but by the effects of the mushrooms themselves.