Magic mushrooms, also called toadstools, are a type of mushroom that contains psilocybin or psilocin. These drugs can cause hallucinations. Psilocybin powder is also available in capsules. Psilocybin mushrooms can be poisonous. Eating poisonous mushrooms and dmt and other shit like it can also endanger the liver. It is illegal to grow, sell or transport mushrooms. If caught, you can be fined or even imprisoned. Today, things have changed, and people are again talking about specific topics that were once considered taboo. It is possible that the same generation that popularized drugs can take advantage of their therapeutic potential.
Make You Feel Good
Magic mushrooms can cause a relaxing sensation that is comparable to the effects of marijuana in small doses. Like other hallucinogenic drugs, for example, LSD and peyote, magic mushrooms exert their effects primarily through neural pathways in the brain that utilize the neurotransmitter serotonin. Magic mushrooms specifically affect the brain’s prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for abstract thinking and thought analysis and plays an essential role in mood and perception.
Improves Brain Connectivity
The compounds in psilocybin mushrooms may give users a sense of “mind-meld,” but in reality, the drug does just the opposite. Psilocybin increases brain connectivity after taking the magic mushrooms and once after taking a placebo. Brain connectivity maps showed that the drug could cause synchronization of brain activity between areas that are generally not connected. The researchers believe that this change in activity may explain the dreamlike state that many mushroom users experience after taking the drug.
According to psychologists, magic mushrooms are one of the few things that can change an adult’s personality. People with open personalities are more creative, available to art, and appreciate new things and emotions. The effect of psilocybin on emotions could be the reason for this change. Many people describe mushroom trips as profound experiences. They claim to feel connected to the world and experience joy. These transcendental experiences seem to last.
The psychoactive effects of mushrooms and the hallucinations they produce are well known. People can experience, perceive, smell and even taste things that do not exist. Users claim they can hear colors and see sounds. For many, it is a highly euphoric and pleasurable experience. It is a way to relive memories, see them in a new light or a spiritually enriching experience for some. Some people are afraid of having a bad experience, which can be very dangerous.
Mushrooms can cause nausea after ingestion. However, the desired spiritual effect only occurs when this feeling disappears. Other effects are paranoia and nervousness. Due to the potency and quantity of the drug and the person’s expectations, mood, environment, and state of mind, the effect may vary from one use to another. Some trips may elicit pleasant feelings. Other feelings include frightening thoughts and fears, fear of insanity or death, or loss of control. Magic mushrooms can make it difficult for a person to distinguish between reality and imagination.