Fast Facts: Psilocin and Psilocybin
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Most of the Magic Mushroom Shop customers are excited by the idea of cultivating fresh goods with an easy to use B+ Magic Mushroom Grow Kit. And they’ve probably had some memorable adventures with High Hawaiian Magic truffles. But why can psychedelics be so much fun? And where did the fun began? Let's dive into some fast facts!
Why learn about Psilocin and Psilocybin?
Gaining knowledge on the science and history behind the flesh of the gods, aka magic mushrooms, is always useful. Magic Mushroom Shop writes a lot of articles in our brave attempt to inform our customers. With our Fast Facts articles we share 3 short videos, under 10 minutes. Today we bring you:
1. The bare facts
The channel Drug Classroom is known for making informative video's on the science behind drug related and pharmaceutical substances. It does it in a rather fact-based manner. So if you're looking for the bare facts, and the bare facts only, then this 8 minute video will meet your demand.
2. Clay animation mixed with information
This clip is fun to watch and is made to inform. PsychedSubstance is a channel with mostly vlogs about first-hand psychedelic experiences and they also manage to make this creative video with your favorite cartoon characters. If you need some color and warmth to go with your cup of education, then you'll probably enjoy yourself in the next 5 minutes. Pickle Rick!!
3. Your Brain On Shrooms
What exactly happens to your brains, when using mushrooms? This video dives in the neuroscience behind "tripping". After watching this 3 minute video you'll be able to amaze your friends with fancy words like "hippocampus" and "cerebral cortex".
Now you know everything about Psilocin and Psilocybin need to know more, or you just like to read... Here is something extra : Magic Mushrooms: What is Psilocybin and Psilocin?
More fast facts?
Try cultivating your own B+ mushrooms and harvest your first flush within 10 days. Or explore an intense body high with High Hawaiians.
March 11, 2019