Which Mushrooms are Psychedelic?
Fungi are incredibly intelligent. Thousands of years of research defend the claim.
Lately, mushrooms and other adaptogens have been recognized more openly for their nutritional value, vitamins and minerals that yield short- and long-term health benefits.
Mushrooms are most famously credited with their contribution to Chinese medicine.
The first time fungi properties were extracted and incorporated into modern medicine was about a century ago when used to create penicillin.
Since then, fungi has played a crucial role in the development of modern medicine, particularly for its anti-cancerous properties.
Mushrooms are often referred to in categories: culinary, psychedelic, poisonous, and functional.
Mushrooms within those categories sometimes overlap.
Psychedelic functional mushrooms, often referred to as “shrooms”, contain hallucinogenic substances that can quickly induce changes in mood, thought and perception.
Functional mushrooms that aren’t psychedelic are recognized for their similar benefits without the “trip”, altered perceptions and sensations.
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