Learn More About Magic Mushrooms.
What are Magic Mushrooms?

Psilocybin mushrooms, scientifically known as Psilocybe mushrooms, and commonly referred to as Shrooms or Magic Mushrooms are fungi that synthesize a number of psychoactive compounds, the most prominent of which is called Psilocybin.

 

The natural habitats in which they can be found are spread across the globe, and their use by humans stretches back farther than civilization itself.

 

Presently psilocybin is used mainly as a recreational entheogen, with effects that include euphoria, altered thought process, altered sense of time, sensory enhancement & synesthesia, visual hallucination, spiritual or mystical feelings, and out of body experiences. 

 

Since 1997 a substantial amount of research conducted at prestigious institutions (like Harvard, Yale, and Johns Hopkins University) has shown great promise for the safety and efficacy of psilocybin in treating a host of psychological conditions (like addictions, anxiety, and depression), on a long term basis, with as little as one (high) dose, administered in a controlled therapeutic setting.