Psychedelic “Magic” Mushrooms
Texas Yellow Cap cubensis are best known for their shamanistic properties, or spiritual effects rather than solely ‘’tripping’’. They do originally come from Texas – hence the name. When you consume these little fungi it will give you a feeling of enlightenment and they will help you connect to nature.
These are Premium Shrooms that will take you on a magical ride!!!
“Magic mushrooms” is the term that is used to describe mushrooms that contain
hallucinogens, usually psilocybin and psilocin. When people take magic
mushrooms, they may see, hear or feel things that are not really there. A person
who uses magic mushrooms may also experience other effects like anxiety, fear,
nausea and muscle twitches. Use of magic mushrooms does not usually result in a
substance use disorder.
People may choose to take the mushrooms as:
eaten raw or cooked
drunk as a tea or as a mixture with a fruit juice
Short term effects of “magic mushrooms”
Using magic mushrooms can lead to short-term mental and physical effects.
Emotions and senses may be heightened, and people may feel happy and creative.
They may laugh or giggle a lot, and experience a sense of mental and emotional
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 colours)
altering their sense of time
Some of the negative mental effects of taking psilocybin include:
changes in mood
anxiety and panic attacks
confusion and disorientation
fear or paranoia
Risks related to recreational 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 judgement during these “bad
trips” may lead to risk-taking behaviour, traumatic injuries and even death.
In certain cases, users may experience frequent or overly intense psychedelic
events that may induce abrupt “flashbacks”, i.e. reliving the previous
Co-use of magic mushrooms with substances such as cannabis and amphetamines
elevates the risks of side effects
For individuals predisposed to or with existing psychiatric conditions, there
may be an elevated risk of side effects. This association is still being
For individuals with cardiac diseases, short term effects such as increased
blood pressure and heart rate could be potentially 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.