Hallucinogenic mushrooms contain two psychoactive ingredients: psilocybin (main ingredient) and
Psilocin (trace ingredient but extremely potent)

When hallucinogenic mushrooms are ingested, the psilocybin is metabolized into psilocin.

Mushrooms are grown in Mexico and Central America and have been used in native rituals for centuries.

Mushrooms are eaten, brewed in tea, dried and put in capsule form, or dried and laced with cigarettes or marijuana joints.

Signs of mushroom use: dilated pupils, aggressive behavior, confusion, illusions, hallucinations, disorientation, impaired coordination, confusion, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, increased body temperature, terrifying thoughts, fear of insanity, and flashbacks.

A mushroom experience is similar to a mild LSD trip but with less hallucinations.

Long term effects: physical tolerance, psychological dependence and psychosis.

Mushroom spores are sold in syringes injected, into a mixture, and mature within 45 days.

Street names: Magic mushrooms, shrooms, caps, mushies