Psychedelic store Australia
The Psychedelic Store Australia is a discreet, rapid, friendly, and trusted online legal psychedelic drug store created to ship the very best psychedelic products worldwide. Magic mushrooms are a house specialty of psychedelics sold in the Psychedelic Store Australia which are a subclass of hallucinogens whose primary effect is to induce an abnormal state of consciousness.
About Magic Mushrooms
Over 200 species of Magic mushrooms exist and many have been used for centuries now. It can be difficult to tell the difference between types of mushrooms, as many of them look similar. People can eat poisonous mushrooms and mistake them for magic mushrooms.
The active biochemical compounds in magic mushrooms are called psilocybin and psilocin. As psychoactive substances, psilocybin and psilocin are regulated internationally under the United Nations Drug Control Convention. Very often, activities involving magic mushrooms, psilocybin, and psilocin are considered illegal unless authorized by a competent Australian health organ. Like all drugs, magic mushrooms, psilocybin, and psilocin are regulated by the Food and Drug Act (FDA). Psilocybin and psilocin are hallucinogenic drugs that produce effects similar to LSD. People using Magic Mushrooms experience hallucinations and altered consciousness.
What do magic mushrooms look like?
Magic mushrooms are very similar to regular mushrooms. There are many different types of magic mushrooms. The most common mushrooms in Australia are called Golden Tops, Blue Means, and Liberty Caps. They may also be in the form of dry matter in capsules. Synthetic psilocybin appears as a white crystalline powder that can be made into tablets or capsules or dissolved in water.
How it works
The biochemical component responsible for the psychedelic properties of mushrooms is what is called Psilocybin. It works by activating serotonin receptors, most commonly in the prefrontal cortex. This part of the brain influences mood, cognition, and perception. Hallucinogens also act in other areas of the brain that regulate arousal and panic responses.
Though Psilocybin does not always trigger active visual or auditory hallucinations, it distorts how some people using drugs perceive objects and people already in their environment. The number of drugs a person uses, past experiences, and expectations about how experiences are shaped can all affect the effectiveness of psilocybin.
Psilocybin’s hallucinogenic effects typically appear within 30 minutes of ingestion and last 4 to 6 hours. In some people, changes in perceptions and thought patterns may persist for several days.
Effects of Psychedelics
Using magic mushrooms can cause short-term mental and physical effects. Magic mushrooms enhance your emotions and senses, making you feel happy and creative. You may laugh and giggle a lot and experience mental and emotional clarity. Magic mushrooms can also cause hallucinations and affect people through:
•Distorted reality: seeing or hearing things that don’t exist
•Confusing your senses: thinking you can see music or hear colors
•Changes in time consciousness
In addition, the adverse psychological effects of consuming magic mushrooms include mood swings, carelessness, panic attacks and anxiety, confusion and disorientation, fear, and paranoia.
Some regular Magic Mushroom users experience flashbacks to previous Magic Mushroom experiences. They are usually visual distortions with emotional and perceptual changes. Flashbacks can occur weeks, months, or even years after you last took the drug. This can be unsettling, especially when recalling frightening experiences or hallucinations Flashbacks can be triggered by other medications, stress, fatigue, or exercise and usually last a minute or two.
Magic Mushroom medicine in Australia
There is currently a great deal of interest worldwide in the psychoactive properties of magic mushrooms.
In 2016, a study from New York University and Johns Hopkins University administered psilocybin along with a course of psychotherapy to patients suffering from anxiety and depression after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. The study found that 80% of patients showed a significant reduction in psychotic symptoms after just one dose of psilocybin. These reductions were sustained for at least 6 months after dosing.
In Australia, a UQ Researcher called Dr. Alistair McTaggart will start the curation of Australia’s first living and legal culture collection aimed at capturing the biodiversity of magic mushrooms native to Australia. Afterward, a clinical trial will be underway at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, where terminally ill patients are being treated with psilocybin as part of a medical trial aimed at alleviating crippling anxiety in palliative care patients. Along with psychotherapy and counseling, we hope that hallucinogens can give these patients a new perspective on their lives and alleviate their anxiety and depression.
Dr. McTaggart believes the world’s magic mushroom industry is about where the medical cannabis industry was approximately 15 years ago. However, there is a lot of interest in the therapeutic qualities of magic mushrooms. For safe use, studies on magic mushrooms require the selection of genetic traits to increase production for different experiences. The researcher aims to protect the genetic diversity of Australian magic mushrooms which could reveal new adaptations to enable new techniques to produce psilocybin.
Psychedelic Health and safety
The main risk of consuming magic mushrooms is that they closely resemble certain types of poisonous mushrooms. Therefore, it is important to know what you are ingesting. If in doubt, do not take. If you think you or someone else has eaten poisonous mushrooms, do not wait until symptoms appear. Contact the Victorian Poisons Information Center (13 11 26).
If the patient collapses, stops breathing, has a seizure, or has an anaphylactic reaction, call Triple Zero (000) for an immediate ambulance. Emergency services do not need to involve the police. For more information on toadstools, including how to identify them and their symptoms, visit the Better Health Channel.