Magic Mushrooms Shop Blog
September 1, 2012
Ergine is also know as LSA, d-lysergamide, and LA-111. LSA stands for d-lysergic acid amide and is the chemical name of Ergine. It is an alkaloid that can cause a psychedelic effect.
According the Erowid Vault LSA has the potency 1/10 to 1/30th that of LSD. It has some similarities in effect to LSD, but is generally considered much less stimulating and can be sedating. Continue reading
July 23, 2012
What's a bad trip?
A bad trip is a when you are experiencing a crisis after taking psychoactive drugs like LSD, salvia or magic mushrooms. It is a psychedelic-induced crisis. It can occur with almost any psychoactive drugs. It is a good trip going bad. Or a happy trip that turns dark.. Just like life it can have moments of bliss , joy and happiness, but also moments of trouble, loss and fear.
Most times the bad trip can be related to internal and external causes and the taken drug works as a trigger to active anxiety or fear that is all ready there.
Luckily there precautions you can take to lower the possibility of a Bad Trip. Let's get started with that!
March 13, 2012
In order to bring some Latin flavour to our shop, we kindly asked Juan Angel to take care of our new T-Shirt designs!
Juan has been able to make some outstanding artwork for our T-Shirts with a Latin twist.
The vivid energy and amazing fantasy of this artist made us enthousiast to coöperate and let him make some exclusive mindblowing designs! Continue reading
February 22, 2012
Legal Status Magic Mushrooms depends on National law
A lot of questions are being ask on the legality of magic mushroom grow kits , spores and truffles. It is difficult to keep track on individual or national laws (some not provide in English, makes it hard to read) some change to a more liberal of coping with the cultivation or use of magic mushrooms other countries get more strict and tighten the web of laws and rules and prohibit sales, use and cultivation of magic mushrooms.
A clinical trial of 'magic mushroom therapy' could take place in the UK within a year following two ground-breaking studies.
Doctors plan to treat depressed patients who cannot be helped by modern drugs or behaviour-based psychotherapy with the active ingredient in hallucinogenic mushrooms. Continue reading
January 26, 2012
We all know the mushroom, but were do these little things come from? They grow out of the mycelium. The mycelium is the vegatative part of a fungus. And it looks like thread or a web. Through the mycelium the fungus gets it's nutrition.
If you have a mushroom grow kit you can see the mycelium through the sides of the box. The mycelium is spread out through the grow kit feeding on the rye substrate. It is even possible for the mycelium to grow over the top layer of vermiculite.