Don’t let its name fool you – there’s nothing mean about these mushrooms. Blue Meanies are a type of Cubensis mushroom that can induce powerful psychedelic experiences. Known as magic mushrooms, these fungi have a wide array of possible traits. Humans have utilized magic mushrooms like these Blue Meanies for thousands of years.
Ancient stone carvings in Central and South America depict humans and mushrooms coexisting, and these fungi were important in both religious and secular contexts. Today, magic mushrooms and their main ingredient, psilocybin, are making waves for their possible therapeutic applications.
- Member of the Psilocybe Cubensis family of mushrooms
- Active ingredient – Psilocybin
- May induce powerful psychedelic experiences
- Growing acceptance of therapeutic use.
Uses and Effects
The active ingredient in magic mushrooms, psilocybin, has several possible effects on a user. First, anecdotal evidence states that psilocybin may be able to change perception of time, induce hallucinations, and imbue powerful emotions. These effects may cause several changes in a user’s overall psyche. As a result, some proponents believe magic mushrooms may be able to help with:
- Anxiety disorders
Instructions for Use
These magic mushrooms are super easy to use. Just much and swallow. You’ll begin to feel their effects within 30-60 minutes. For newer users, it’s best to start with lower doses to discover how psilocybin will affect your body. Doses of 0.5 – 1 gram are ideal for beginners, while more experienced psychonauts seeking a stronger experience can take 1.5 – 2.5 grams. Highly experienced users are known to take does of 3.5 grams or more.
Some users don’t like the taste and texture of magic mushrooms. It’s a fair critique – they often taste like chewing on twigs. As a result, some consumers will eat their mushrooms in a peanut butter sandwich to mask the taste. Other users make mushroom tea to sip on.