Symptoms Of Over Dose Buy Magic Mushrooms Online

Use caution whenever handling wild mushrooms. Make sure that you get all mushrooms that you pick yourself looked over by an expert before eating them to ensure proper identification.

Even experienced mushroom hunters can mistake a highly poisonous Buy Magic Mushrooms Online mushroom for the one they intended to gather. Mushroom poisoning can result in catastrophic liver damage and death unless there is immediate access to a liver transplant.

While physical overdose on most correctly identified species of psilocybin-containing mushrooms is not likely, some people do have what is called a "bad trip," in which they experience confusion, loss of awareness, and exposure to challenging psychological material.

A bad trip is largely a product of set and setting, but can also be an indicator of a need for more in-depth psychological support. Many people find that bad or difficult trips are minimized through attending to their basic physical needs before and during the experience, keeping overstimulation to a minimum, using lower doses, and checking in with a trusted friend.7

That said, psychedelic experiences may bring psychological material into your awareness that you find challenging, and it is also helpful to be aware of that in advance and have a plan for working with it. If you are someone with a trauma disorder or other ongoing psychological condition, speak to your psychologist before taking psilocybin.



Getting Help

While psilocybin may have a low potential for physical dependence, that does not mean that psychological addiction is not possible. 

While many people feel that a handful of psychedelic experiences are enough to get the healing benefits, some people who regularly take psilocybin may start to feel like their default reality does not compare and may seek to have as many psychedelic experiences as possible.

If you feel you may have a substance use disorder, talk to your doctor or speak to a mental health professional. There are different types of Therapy that may be helpful, including harm reduction, psychotherapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Psilocybin is a psychedelic compound found in specific varieties of mushrooms, also known as "shrooms" or "magic mushrooms." Psilocybin-containing mushrooms can be found in the wild in many parts of the world. They can be eaten fresh or dried, or brewed in a tea. Common sources include the P.cubensis mushroom and others of the genus Psilocybe. Nearly 100 species with varying levels of psilocybin have been identified.1

Psilocybin has been granted a breakthrough therapy designation by the FDA to be studied as a possible treatment for depression.2 Despite promising clinical application, psilocybin remains classified under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act and is illegal to possess or sell in the United States, though it has been decriminalized in some parts of the country, such as Oakland and Denver.

How Long Does It Take to Feel Effects?

After ingesting psilocybin-containing mushrooms, it will take 20 to 40 minutes to start feeling the effects. By then, psilocybin will have broken down into psilocin, which acts on serotonin receptors in the brain.3

The effects peak at about 90 minutes to two hours after ingestion. The bulk of the effects are felt during the first six hours,4 which matches the timing of when the metabolite psilocin enters the bloodstream to be eliminated through the kidneys.

Physical effects include nausea, yawning, headaches, and increased heart rate, Blood Pressure, and temperature.5 Mental effects include feeling relaxed and having introspective experiences that may feel spiritual, as well as unpleasant effects like nervousness, paranoia, and panic reactions.

 


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