How Identify Different Types Of Magic Mushrooms

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    It will be an understatement to say there are just a few different types of shrooms all over the world. And for this sole reason, it is important to know exactly what you are dealing with when you want to experiment with them. Nonetheless, there are still some of these varieties of shrooms that are very common. So it is important to deal meticulously when you want to use any variety and be absolutely certain it is safe before you use them.

    Poisoning In Shrooms
    It is safe to say some shrooms have some toxins inside them. This poisoning occurs often when users wrongly identify wild mushrooms as consumable harmless then feeds on them. The degree to which everyone reacts to this poisoning differs making the symptoms of shrooms poisoning wide. Some of these toxins have the tendency to threatening life while some can be as bare and result in gastrointestinal soreness.
    For this reason, familiarizing with the numerous types of wild mushrooms available can never be overemphasized. When you do that, you can easily discern the ones that are safe for use and the ones that are otherwise. Doing that enables you to go on safe shroom trips anytime.

    Psilocybin Mushrooms
    Shrooms as they are called, or magic mushrooms either works, are the most famous kind of psilocybin mushrooms. As the name suggests, inside them are psilocybin a kind of psychoactive substance. This result in hallucination.
    Shrooms that have psilocybin in them are in excess of 200, but one of the strongest if not the most potent one is the psilocybe genus. They are readily available worldwide. There is evidence of these shrooms being used for religious rituals, healing, and divination by the inhabitant of Mesoamerica.

    Psilocybe Semilanceata
    Liberty caps as they are widely referred to, are in the top spots of the most potent types of shrooms. The stems are pale and curved, they also possess big, brown caps. The length of the shrooms is around 6-22mm they can either be conical or bell in shape.
    The hydration of the shroom determines the color the cap will have. When it has a dark shade of brown, it is an indication that it is well hydrated, it might also have a blue or green tinge. Some other evident properties are the grooves going down on it. When the shroom is affected or injured so to say, it turns blue. On the cap bottom are around 16 to 27 gills.
    These shrooms are most common in North America and Europe. They love growing in meadows and pastures. Unlike some other kind of shrooms, they don’t grow in manure.

    Psilocybe Cubensis
    A common kind of shroom often referred to as the golden teacher. Readily available in and around South Asia, the United States, Central America, and a bit of South America.
    The golden teacher mushrooms usually have a cap in the range of 20mm to about 80mm diameter. Often time in more immature shrooms the cap is flatter while in mature shrooms the caps get conical. Their color is cinnamon and they have lots of gills under their caps. These gills are gray but over time, they become darker while in completely matured shrooms the gills are almost black.
    They are relatively easy to cultivate, so they can be found all around the world. Though initially they were first discovered in Cuba. These shrooms flower early prior to the hottest period of the year.

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