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Psilocybin mushrooms are not just recreational – although if you were looking for something special to take on your camping trip, you’re in the right place. Psilocybin mushrooms boast a wide range of therapeutic uses, and these uses only increase the more we learn about these special shrooms. Read on to learn more about nature’s best psychedelic and don’t forget to browse our selection of the best shrooms Canada has to offer, sourced exclusively from British Columbia.

A single magic mushroom trip can help you overcome addiction or mental illness; it can even help you come to terms with your own mortality. Trying magic mushrooms is something everyone must do at least once in his or her lifetime. But I don’t need to tell you that because you already know it. You’re here. You’re looking for shrooms. And if you haven’t tried psilocybin mushrooms yet, then today is your day.

I’m sure you’ve heard of magic mushrooms, or shrooms, but the word psilocybin might be new. Psilocybin is the main chemical compound found in hallucinogenic mushrooms. Essentially, it’s what makes you trip. There are around 200 different types of psilocybin mushrooms, including the following:

Amazonian

Avery’s Albino

B+

Blue Meanies

Golden Teacher

Malabar Coast

Penis Envy

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Psilocybin mushrooms are nature’s most popular psychedelics and probably the ones that have been used the longest. People have been taking magic mushrooms for literally thousands of years; even rock paintings have been found with psilocybin mushrooms in them. Diverse peoples all over the world were using magic mushrooms for medicinal and ceremonial purposes long before modern-day scientists learned about psilocybin mushrooms’ psychedelic properties.

The way that psilocybin affects our brains is just too cool not to explain: Psilocybin actually suppresses sensory filters in our brains, allowing a lot more sensory information to reach our consciousness. Although psilocybin can certainly make us hallucinate, or see and hear things that are not there, it also helps us simply notice more of what is around us and within us.

 

Under the effects of psilocybin, our senses are magnified, and sensory limits are blurred in such a way that we might feel or taste colors in addition to seeing them. Our self-perception, awareness, and reflection are all intensified. Our creativity is enhanced. The experience can be spiritual; it can be mystical; it can change our lives.

 

An advantage of taking shrooms over other psychedelics like LSD is that the length of the trip is relatively short. Once you take your dose of psilocybin mushrooms, the psilocybin will kick in within an hour and the whole trip will be over within six hours. Therefore, it’s not too hard to fit into even a busy week.

Can you eat psilocybin mushrooms raw? Can you eat them dry? Can you drink them? The answer to all these questions is yes, yes, yes. You can consume magic mushrooms however you like. However, the most common way to consume magic mushrooms is dried. Dried magic mushrooms are also the most versatile. First of all, they keep much longer than fresh mushrooms. You can also prepare them in many different ways:

 

  • Pop a dried magic mushroom in your mouth and chew.
  • Steep small pieces of dried mushroom to make a tea.
  • Ground the dried mushroom into a powder and add it to sauces, smoothies, or baked goods.
  • Infuse honey with pieces of dried mushroom and then use it to sweeten drinks or just enjoy a spoonful.
  • Coat small pieces of dried mushroom with chocolate and have some for dessert.

 

As you can see, the possibilities for enjoying magic mushrooms are endless. Take your pick from this list, try them all, or even come up with your own!

After reading about the effects of psilocybin, it is no surprise that psilocybin mushrooms have many therapeutic uses and even more therapeutic potential. Psilocybin is used to treat mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety. It is used to treat substance abuse, such as alcohol and tobacco dependence. In addition, different institutions, such as Johns Hopkin’s Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research, are studying the effectiveness of psilocybin therapy for opioid addiction, Alzheimer’s disease, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, anorexia nervosa, and alcohol use in people with major depression. 

 

Although most forms of psilocybin therapy have relied on full-blown psychedelic trips as part of treatment, the effects of microdosing, or taking very small, non-hallucinogenic doses of psilocybin mushrooms, are also being studied, and the results of these preliminary studies are also very promising.

 

The therapeutic potential of both hallucinogenic doses and microdoses of psilocybin is very exciting. Not only has psilocybin proven to be more effective than many conventional treatments, but it is also cheaper, and in many cases, all you need is one dose. One dose. Let that sink in.