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Psilocybin Mushrooms & Natural Networks

Anyone who is interested in learning about psilocybin mushrooms. Anyone who has information to share about psilocybin mushrooms. People interested in meditation. People interested in how one's consciousness is bound to their physical selves. People who wonder what the truth about everything is. People who have experiences to share or want to read other peoples' experiences. People who believe that psilocybin mushrooms are tools for reaching other planes of existence. People who think that psilocybin mushrooms are a drug that is bad for you. People who think that psilocybin mushrooms are a very negative thing to mess with. People who believe that it is extremely dangerous to ingest psilocybin mushrooms. People who have had a bad experience with mushrooms and might be realizing that it was because they were not educated enough about what they were doing.

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@nenicloud
3 months ago
For information about mushrooms, https://www.shroomery.org has been around for over 10 years. It's a great resource.
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@auxon0noxua
3 months ago
6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets
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@psilocybinmushrooms
3 months ago
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@psilocybinmushrooms
3 months ago
Psilocybe cyanescens The most common Psilocybe species in the pacific northwest North American fruiting bodies of P. cyanescens have been shown to contain between 0.66% and 1.96% total indole content by dry weight. European fruiting bodies have been shown to have between 0.39% and 0.75% total indole content by dry weight. Personal experience with this particular 'strain'. I lived in Humboldt County in Northern California after Hurricane Katrina wiped New Orleans and Mississippi pretty good. T
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