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  • There are several types of psilocybin mushrooms, scientific name attributed to the mushrooms that contain Psilocybin and Psilocin, with active alkaloids.
  • Psilocybin is chemically similar to LSD. The psychoactive are all those that contain these or other types of alkaloids capable of affecting the Central Nervous System.
  • The mushrooms are eaten raw, dried, cooked or in the form of cha, the form that is most used. After being consumed, the two alkaloids damage the brain and block the effects of serotonin. No information was found on the therapeutic use .

Origin of drug

  • The first references to the consumption of two  are found in books dated from 1502, in which the use of  was mentioned in rituals in the coronation festivities of Moctezuma, or the last emperor of .
  • The Spanish conquerors, unprepared for the effects of drugs, were scared and banned or the use of the native religion.  also found records of the doctor of the Spanish king to report the ingestion of indigenous  hairs, by way of inducing visions of all kinds, being these very appreciated in  and banquets.
  • A conquest, or consumption of  with ritual and therapeutic purposes. The hallucinogens were used in Mexico, Guatemala and the Amazon in religious rituals and by healers.


The effects of two buds seem to be associated with the psychological and emotional conditions of the consumer, as well as the context in which this consumption occurs. They are similar to LSD, but less intense and long lasting.

  • The first reactions started to be physical: nausea, dilated pupils, increased pulse, blood pressure and temperature.
  • If anxiety and vertigos occur, these should disappear within an hour.
  • For, alum disco, the consumer will be able to feel an increase in perceptual sensitivity (more intense cores, perception of details) with visual distortions and synesthesia or moisture of sensations (the sons are tam cord e as cores tam sons), accompanied by euphoria, sensation of bem-estar, increased self-confidence, great disinhibition and increased sexual desire.

Hallucinogenic effects can cause some disorientation, slight lack of motor coordination, paranoid reactions, inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality, panic and depression. The effects begin to appear about 25 to 30 minutes after ingestion and can last up to 6 hours.

Risks of use

Non-stomach triggers, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. It can also cause problems at the level of mental tasks. Another consequence of this drug could be accidents caused by the incorrect interpretation of reality.

There are poisonous mushrooms that can be very toxic or lethal. Amanita is a very dangerous drug, currently responsible for 90% of two fatal cases of fungal poisoning. Or prolonged use of this species may lead to mental weakness. Excessive doses can cause delirium, convulsions, deep coma and death due to cardiac arrest.

  • Eat them or fungi are plants that do not contain chlorophyll, a green substance that is like the higher vegetables that can process in sunlight to produce nutrients (sugars).
  • The absence of chlorophyll prevents the worms from feeding using solar energy, or that impels the species to develop other life methods, acting as parasites on other animals and plants or inhabiting decomposed matter.
  • Fungi also age chemically, differently from chlorophyllide plants – they absorb oxygen and exalt carbonic acid, ageing in the same way as you animate, when they are chemically assembled.
  • Hallucinogenic fungi have also played an important role in various religious ceremonies. The Mayans who inhabited Guatemala 3,500 years ago used a fungus known in the Nahuatl language as “teonanácatl”, meaning “flesh of God”.

This mushroom probably belongs to the Psilocybin genus, but it can also be related to two other varieties: Coenocyte or Stropharia.

The first historical record of the consumption of Psilocybin mushroom dates back to 1502, during the reign of Imperator Montezuma. Unprepared and frightened by drugs, the Spanish conquerors made a decision to ban the native religion and the use of hallucinogenic fungi.

  • Albert Hofmann, the Swiss chemist who discovered LSD, was the first to extract psilocybin and psilocin, two magical mushrooms from the species Psilocybin Mexicana and Psilocybin cogenesis.
  • A psilocybin is a relatively unstable substance, being converted by the human body into psilocin, a true res