If you love the psychedelic trips offered by magic mushrooms and are looking to experiment with fun and different ways of consuming these magical fungi, shop from our curated collection of shroom edibles! These sweet and edible goodies are infused with psilocybin and psilocin, which are the components of magic mushrooms that are responsible for their hallucinogenic properties, and come in pre-measured doses, making it simple and easy to take and share amongst friends! Innovative, tasty and delicious, these edibles will offer you the same psychedelic experience of magic mushrooms, but without the gritty taste or texture of regular, dried up shrooms that can often make them difficult to consume. Taking the form of chocolates, gummy candies or beverages and coming in a variety of different flavours, they cater to everyone’s personal tastes!
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Shrooms are a shortened though most common name for hallucinogenic mushrooms that contain the psychoactive compound, psilocybin or psilocin. These naturally occurring compounds induce hallucinations that distort your sense of time and place. These experiences, or “trips”, are widely characterized as psychedelic, euphoric, introspective and spiritual. They do not always induce visual or auditory hallucinations depending on how much is consumed, though many users still regard the experiences as transcendent and therapeutic! It is often used for recreational purposes, though has been gaining traction for medical usage. They are also known as magic mushrooms, sacred mushrooms, mushies and zoomers!
Apart from being a fun recreational drug that can be great for individual usage or amongst friends, shrooms are mostly recognized for their therapeutic nature. Its antidepressant effects are so highly regarded that scientific communities are conducting research to look at their usage in health and medical settings, particularly in regards to psychotherapy. Many users report going through a journey of self-discovery due to the euphoric and spiritual nature of shrooms, while others note long lasting alleviation from depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. A truly unique experience, a shrooms trip is something everyone should try at least once!
Magic mushrooms can be eaten either fresh or dried. They can be eaten whole, but are quite bitter, so many users choose to eat them with food. As they can be quite potent, it is best to measure out your doses, and we typically recommend starting at 1g for beginners, and slowly building your tolerance from there. Shrooms can also be steeped into tea, which helps take away the bitterness, but also maintains the psilocybin, making it much easier for consumption while getting the same great hallucinogenic effects! As shrooms are gaining popularity, they are also now taking other forms of consumption, including easy to swallow pill capsules, or being infused into delicious edible chocolates and gummy candies! Head on over to Green Society’s Shroom Room collection for your next psychedelic adventure!
You can purchase quality magic mushrooms from Green Society! With a variety of shrooms, and shroom infused delicious chocolates and yummy gummy candies, you’ll be sure to find something that suits your needs! With easy and great value mix and match options, you’ll get to try out some variety and get some savings, too! Using discreet packaging and quick shipping from Xpresspost, we’ll deliver your shrooms directly at your door in no time. Need a change of scenery? Go ahead and treat yourself to an empowering psychedelic adventure!
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