Buy Shrooms (Psilocybin) Powder
Buy Shrooms (Psilocybin) Powder, Shrooms (Psilocybin) mushrooms, also known as psychedelic mushrooms, are mushrooms that contain the psychedelic drugs psilocybin and psilocin. Common colloquial terms include magic mushrooms and shrooms.
This spice blend is truly magical – powdered umami in a jar. Sprinkle some of this flavorful dust on anything you cook, and bask in the admiring gazes of your dinner guests. Whatever you do, don’t substitute an inexpensive blend of dried mixed mushrooms. Dried porcini have an intense flavor and aroma that you won’t want to dilute.
- 1 ounce dried porcini mushrooms
- 2/3 cup kosher salt
- 1 tablespoon red pepper flakes
- 2 teaspoons dried thyme
- 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
Pulse the dried mushrooms in a clean spice grinder until they are finely ground. Transfer the mushroom powder to a bowl and add the salt, red pepper flakes, thyme and pepper. Mix thoroughly to incorporate.
Store the powder in an airtight container. It will keep for several months, if it lasts that long.
The effects of psilocybin are generally similar to those of LSD.
They include an altered perception of time and space and intense changes in mood and feeling.
Possible effects of psilocybin include:
- spiritual awakening
- quickly changing emotions
- derealization, or the feeling that your surroundings are not real
- depersonalization, or a dream-like sense of being disengaged from your surroundings
- distorted thinking
- visual alteration and distortion, such as halos of light and vivid colors
- dilated pupils
- impaired concentration
- muscle weakness
- lack of coordination
- unusual body sensations
- frightening hallucinations
The effects of psilocybin vary between people, based on differences in the mental state and personality of the user and the immediate environment.
If the recreational user experiences issues with mental health or feels anxious about using the hallucinogen, they face a higher risk of having a bad experience.
Psychological distress is the adverse event most often reported after recreational use of psilocybin. This distress can take the form of extreme anxiety or short-term psychosis.
Psilocybin as a treatment for depression
Discussions are on-going about whether psychological specialists can use psilocybin and similar hallucinogens as a treatment for depression.
Two very recent studies have looked at psilocybin as a treatment. One study examined the ability of psilocybin to reduce depression symptoms without dulling emotions, and the other assessed the relationship between any positive therapeutic outcomes and the nature of psilocybin-induced hallucinations.
While some researchers are looking into some therapeutic uses for psilocybin, they still, at present, regard psilocybin as unsafe and illegal.
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