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Magic mushrooms have been used for centuries all around Europe and America for medicinal and spiritual purposes. They have been known to mankind with many different names, shrooms, philosopher's stone, mushies are to name a few. Magic mushrooms are psychoactive substances that give the feeling of relaxation and sometimes hallucination. In the 1960s they were banned because of their hallucinogenic properties. Magic mushrooms are listed among Schedule 1 drugs. However, today petitions are being signed around the world to make them legal for medicinal use owing to several benefits they provide. Sometimes they work better than many drugs to cure a mental illness. Today few States of America and Canada have made the use of magic mushrooms legal in a controlled manner. Nowadays, shroomies Canada is used in psychedelic therapies in end-of-life care. 


How Shroomies Work?

Magic mushrooms or shrooms are psychoactive substances meaning they have a hallucinogenic and proactive compound called Psilocybin. This compound makes a person feel relaxed and put together in fearful situations. The psilocybin compound when ingested is converted into psilocin which increases the levels of serotonin in the body. Thus giving the perceptions that seem far better than the reality. Serotonin is a chemical compound that when released in the body, gives a person a feeling of relaxation and happiness. Thus, when a mushroom is consumed, a person may temporarily forget his/her anxious and depressive thoughts and live in a moment for a while. 


Are The Side Effects Too Frightening?

Like another drug, psilocybin mushrooms have their fair share of side effects. Several cases have been reported where shroom ingestion has led to frightening hallucination, paranoia, a state of confusion, and even induced anxiety. However, any recreational drug has the potential to induce such effects on the human body. The use of magic mushrooms for pleasure should not omit all the benefits they can provide for medicinal use. To minimize the hallucinations, patients can be given microdoses of psilocybin mushrooms. Microdosing means giving the psilocybin compound in very small quantities in the form of capsules. Microdose reduces the risks of hallucinations. Apart from this, supervised use of mushrooms during psychedelic therapies can also help minimize the harms of magic mushrooms. 


Wonders Of Magic Mushrooms To Cure Mental Illnesses 


Several studies have supported the fact that magic mushrooms work better in many cases than any other drug. People suffering from depression, fear of death, anxiety, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and even addiction to other harmful drugs and even nicotine. Canada has made it legal to make use of magic mushrooms in psychedelic therapies to help cure depression, especially in cases of end-of-life care. Clinics in Vancouver have been given a license to do so. While there may be a few repercussions to the use of this drug, its results are worth taking a chance. Several clinical trials have shown modest and promising results from the use of magic mushrooms to treat addiction and depression.


How To Take Magic Mushrooms?

Magic mushrooms or shrooms can be taken in many different ways. There are a variety of ways to consume them. They can be eaten raw. They can also be incorporated into different dishes such as pasta, pizzas, and mushroom sauces. To take the full effect of psilocybin with reduced side effects, mushrooms can be taken in the form of capsules, called microdoses. Today, psilocybin is also available induced into teas, gummies, and essential oils. Consumers can easily scroll through the available options and choose according to their needs and desires.

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