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Psilocybe cubensis is a psychedelic mushroom whose principal active compounds are psilocybin and psilocin. Psilocybin is an alkaloid that produces an altered state of consciousness, giving rise to hallucinations, euphoria and changes in perception, whereas psilocin is believed to be responsible for most of its narcotic effects. Those who use these mushrooms claim to experience mind expanding effects, coupled with euphoria and hallucinations. Buy B+ Mushroom
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Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms have been used for thousands of years in South America and Mexico, and have been recently grown in Australia, Europe, North America and Japan with great success. This mushroom contains many hallucinogenic substances including psilocybin, baeocystin and norbaeocystin. Dried psilocybe cubensis mushrooms can contain up to 4% psilocin which is a psychoactive alkaloid that makes you trip when consumed with a MAOI such as harmaline or B-carbolines from Peganum harmala seeds or Psychotria viridis leaves. Psilocin is illegal worldwide except for sacramental use in religious ceremonies. Buy B+ Mushroom
Psilocybe cubensis is one of about 150 different species of magic mushrooms in Australia and New Zealand. It is by far the most commonly used species, partly because it is so easy to grow, and also because psilocybin (the active hallucinogenic compound) was first isolated from Psilocybe cubensis, making it easier for researchers to obtain pure samples for analysis. The psychoactive properties of magic mushrooms were discovered by ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schultes in 1957, when he traveled to Mexico to study native use of plants with medicinal properties.