What are the effects of mushrooms?


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2014-09-17 17:53:28
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Mushroom or 'shrooms' as they are called in the drug world are hallucinogens. They make the consumer see vivid visions or colors and even hear voices that are not real.


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well, i depends if you are talking about the high, or negative after effects.. The High: you will begin to see colors morph into eachother, and even start hallucinating, the high will last about 4-5 hours if you take 1/8 of an ounce of good mushrooms The After Effects: you are basically poisoning your brain when you take mushrooms, but the kind of poison is very light, and unless you do alot of mushrooms (1/3 ounce or more) you should not have negative after effects unless you do them extremely often

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Psilocybin mushrooms, more commonly known as just "mushrooms" or "shrooms" are hallucinogens. Since there have been depictions of them in cave art, it is thought that shrooms have been used since prehistoric times. The effects of mushrooms can last anywhere from three to eight hours and depend on the person. Thirty minutes to an hour after taking mushrooms, sensory effects (such as seeing lights, images and objects that change color, feeling as if you're melting, or even synesthesia) set in. Finally, the emotional effects of mushrooms seem to vary depending on your environment. 4

No, there are not any side effects of Gano coffee. Not unless you are have allergric reactions to mushrooms.

Yes. Both marijuana and magic mushrooms are hallucinogens (marijuana is a very mild hallucinogen, though), so smoking marijuana while on magic mushrooms will enhance your high.

Magic mushrooms are not physiologically bad for you and will most likely not cause negative mental effects but that is almost entirely dependent on your set and setting.

No. I wouldn't snort magic mushrooms though, the likelihood of effects from that route of administration is low. Just eat them.

EDIT: You die a terrible death your eyes pop out.

The chemical in magic mushrooms are not tested on normal drug screens. Your body Filters the chemical within 48 hrs.

== == An exact percentage is not not known because: # There are still many undiscovered mushroom species. # The effects of some known mushrooms on human health are still unknown.

Alcohol If you are going to be drinking alcohol while using magic mushrooms then you should definitely be careful. If you eat the magic mushrooms while you are already drunk then all of the mental effects that being drunk has on you will go away when the trip from the magic mushrooms begins. If you were to be drinking a lot of alcohol or you eat a lot of magic mushrooms then the nausea which appears at the start of the trip from the magic mushrooms will be a lot worse. With magic mushrooms there is no real major benefit with drinking alcohol at the same time so it is not recommended. There is no reason why you should be experimenting with the two at the same time because each has a completely different reason for being used. If you are in a mood where you find that mushrooms will give you the experience that fits that mood then that is the drug you take but you should not find yourself in a mood where you feel like you need to mix drugs because no additional (positive) effects will come from it.

Truffles, shitake mushrooms, button mushrooms, and oyster mushrooms are some of the mushrooms of the Savannah. Many of the mushrooms from the Savannah can be eaten.

Psilocybin does not have any harmful effects. The reason being is that its toxicity is about 1.5 times the amount of caffeine, meaning that you would need possibly 1kg+ worth of mushrooms to kill yourself. The mushrooms are not as toxic as amanita muscaria (toadstools), which contain ibotenic acid, a deadly compound.

Some mushrooms are poisonous because they contain chemicals which interfere with certain bodily processes. The exact effects of mushroom poisoning depend on which species was ingested, and symptoms can range from mild discomfort to death.

Chemical educed psychosis. Not being psychologically mature/prepared. Getting bogus mushrooms with no psilocybin in it/bogus mushrooms laced with, perhaps, LSD; due to the fact that acid is often cheaper than mushrooms (although the effects are fairly similar). Being irresponsible under the influence of a strong psychedelic. And trying to pick mushrooms from your front yard, because their most likely going to be poisonous. The wrong type of mushrooms can be toxic and kill you instantly, or over the span of 10 years.

Magic Mushrooms are considered a hallucinogenic, meaning the drug will normally cause you so see things or effects that are not really there. The other common effects are feeling that your senses are mixed up, like hearing colors and seeing sounds, the feeling of time speeding up or slowing down, feeling like you are in a dream and sometimes they can cause you to feel sick.

More than likely, it means "tripping" (being intoxicated) on magic mushrooms. Magic mushrooms, or "shrooms" for short are hallucinogenic mushrooms with effects similar to LSD. Supposedly the high feels more "natural" and less jarring than LSD. There is a word of warning. Magic mushrooms are illegal in most places. Also, they look much like deadly mushrooms and grow in roughly the same places, so there have been many mushroom identification mistakes and deaths.

Thankfully, this has never been studied, so we may never know, and hopefully it will stay that way.

Mushroom poisoning refers to the severe and often deadly effects of various toxins that are found in certain types of mushrooms.

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