Magic mushrooms are a type of fungus that contains psilocybin, a psychoactive compound that is similar to LSD. The fungus is typically ingested by eating it or drinking it in tea, but it’s also possible to smoke or vaporize it. They look like ordinary mushrooms, but they have a psychedelic effect when eaten, which can be very pleasant or unpleasant depending on the dosage.

The Magical World Of Shrooms

Magic mushrooms have been used for centuries across the world—from ancient Greece to modern-day Mexico. Some scholars believe that magic mushrooms played a role in ancient religious rituals. Today, magic mushrooms are used recreationally by people who want to experience their effects.

Magic mushrooms were used for religious ceremonies by ancient civilizations in South America, Africa, and Asia. They were also used as part of some Native American religious practices (though not all Native American tribes use them). In the 1950s and 1960s, magic mushrooms were used recreationally by people like Beat poet Allen Ginsberg and scientist Albert Hoffman (who created LSD).

Safety Tips When Taking Magic Mushrooms

Magic mushrooms are fun and exciting, but they can also be dangerous. We want you to have the best experience possible, so we’ve put together some safety tips that can help you stay safe when taking magic mushrooms.

– First of all, be sure to have a trusted friend with you when taking magic mushrooms for the first time. Magic mushrooms can be very intense and overwhelming, so having someone there who can help you through any rough patches will make for a better experience for both of you.

– Take microdose shrooms especially if it is your first time. Microdosing in shrooms is better since the user will still feel the effect but not in extreme. If you’ve never taken magic mushrooms before, start with a small dose (1-5 grams) and work your way up as you get more comfortable with the effects. Magic mushroom doses vary by species and strain, so it’s hard to give an exact amount that will work for everyone.

– Be careful if mixing alcohol with magic mushrooms—the combination can have dangerous effects on your body and mind.

How To Choose The Right Shrooms 

– First off, you need to know what kind of effects you’re looking for. If you’re trying to relieve anxiety or depression, then you’ll probably want to go for an active dose of psilocybin (the hallucinogenic chemical in magic mushrooms). But if you want something more recreational, like a fun trip with friends or a good time at a concert, then you might want something that’s going to give you more visual hallucinations.

– You also need to think about where and when you’ll be taking the mushrooms. Are they going to be eaten raw? Cooked? Do they need to be dried or refrigerated first? These are all things that will affect how long they take before they start working and what kind of results they have on your body after that period is over.