Published: January 5th, 2017
Categories: Magic Mushrooms
Magic Truffles contain psilocybin, a psychedelic compound produced by hundreds of species of mushrooms and truffles. Its effects generate spiritual experiences compared by some to those of LSD, mescaline, and DMT.
A trip with magic truffles can include changes in perception, a distorted sense of time and space, and of course hallucinations.
When ingested, psilocybin is metabolized to psilocin, which is a molecule that acts on serotonin receptors in our brain. The intensity, quality, and duration of its effects depend on the different species, dosage, individual physiology, and environmental conditions.
Magic Truffles start their psychedelic action after 30-60 minutes from their ingestion. The whole trip can last from 3 to 6 hours, coming on in subsequent “waves”.
A low dose can cause some mild changes in your vision, such as an increased sensitivity to lights and colours, enhanced peripheral vision, dizziness, increased curiosity, laughter and emotions.
Sensitive subjects can experience a mild nausea, or feel cold and nervous. Some people can fall into visionary states even with low doses of Magic Truffles or other psychedelic substances.
A medium dosage triggers feelings of wonder and admiration. The different perception of time and space is accompanied by open eye visual effects like auras around the lights, star patterns, rainbows and other beautiful lights effects.
The ability to focus can be enhanced or reduced. Visuals, patterns, shapes, images can be visualized both with open or closed eyes. Details assume a new aesthetic importance, noticing things that are normally ignored.
Increased emotional sensitivity generates feelings of connection with other people. The artistic sense might increase too. Sometimes joy can be followed by sadness, and possibly latent psychological issues can be exteriorized.
Heavy doses of Magic Truffles actually augment all the effects. A high dose of psilocybin increases the psychedelic visualizations, making them a pervasive reality to the psychonaut. An intense feeling of wonder, connection and joy can take place. Spiritual or pseudo-religious revelations can happen.
Extreme emotional responses or repressed memories might come to life. Autonomous entities can materialize in trippers’ mind. These can be either friendly or fearful.
Psilocybin has a low toxicity and a relatively low harm potential. However its effects can be a bit unmanageable for the beginner or the extra sensitive person.
Some people feel a bit fatigued after a trip, with cold and shivers over the body, headache, pupil dilation, nausea, and gastrointestinal discomfort.
It is wise to experiment the individual reaction to psilocybin by ingesting very small doses of Magic Truffles the first times. This is the best way to avoid bad trips.
A bad trip can be an intense experience that can cause discomfort or even fear and panic attacks. Thoughts can be caught in a loop, and a single negative body feeling or thought can persist. A bad trip is annoying, but its duration is temporary and it will disappear after a few hours.
The best thing to do when having a bad trip is trying to relax, being in good company and not worrying about anything. A calm and understanding sober person around to watch over you is always welcome.