Psilocybin Mushrooms

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Psilocybin Mushrooms

Street Names for Psilocybin - Magic Mushrooms - Shrooms - Little Smoke - Boomers - Musk

Short Term Effects of PsilocybinIncreased heart rate, heart failure, abnormal breathing, confusion, disoreintation, loss of muscle control, violent behavior, aggressiveness, nausea, shaking, halucinations, and more(these are also the physical effects of the drug)Sometimes when using this drug, you can have what is called a "bad trip". This means your experience will be very painful and disturbing, and the effects are more severe.

Psilocybin Mushrooms

Labratory Grown Psilocybin Mushrooms

Eating these mushrooms causes strong hallucinations. You might see walls bend, fingers and toes disappear, and colors grow brighter and more vivid. Time will seem to slow down or even stop. (Mental effects of the drug)

Magic Mushrooms are found in nature but can also be artificially produced in a lab. They contain the hallucinogenic chemical psilocybin, which prevents the nervous system from functioning normally. Eating them impairs the ability to see, smell, hear, touch, and think straight.

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How does it affect you?

Long Term Effects of PsilocybinFlashbacks, depression, panic, impaired memory, decreased motivation

TreatmentsPsilocybin Mushrooms do not cause strong addiction or physical dependence, so quitting is fairly easy. It is harder to quit if you've been using the drug for a long time because you build up a tolerance. Long time users may experience mild withdrawal symptoms, however, so they are recommended to slowly decrease the dosage of the drug. Mushroom addiction treatment centers are available for people with stronger addictions. In rehab, mushroom users go through behavior based therapy.For treatment, you can go to: 351 Northwest 42nd AvenueMiami, FL 33126(305)279-0102

There are over 5,000 species of mushrooms. Of these, about 100 contain psilocybin.


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