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Overview Of Psilocybin mushrooms

Psilocybin mushrooms (AKA magic mushrooms, or shrooms) is the name given to fungi that contain psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound.

There are more than 180 species of mushrooms that contain psilocybin, or its derivative psilocin.

Psilocybin mushrooms have a long history of use in Mesoamerica in spiritual and religious rituals,

and are currently one of the most popular recreational psychedelics in the United States and Europe. Psychedelic Mushrooms

Psilocybin mushrooms have been used in therapeutic settings to treat a wide variety of ailments and disorders including cluster headaches, obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety, depression, and addiction.

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Hallucinogenic mushrooms are available in fresh form,Mushroom

treated/preserved (e.g. deliberately dried, cooked, frozen) or even as dry powders or capsules.

The fungi containing psilocybin and psilocin mainly belong to the genuses Psilocybe,

Panaeolus and Copelandia and their number exceeds 50 species.

Most of the mushrooms containing psilocybin are small brown or tan mushrooms.

In the wild, these mushrooms are easily mistaken for any number of non-psychoactive,inedible, or poisonous mushrooms.

This makes them difficult, and potentially hazardous, to identify.

Because it is difficult to distinguish non-psilocybin species from the hallucinogenic ones by morphological observation in the wild,

psilocybin-containing mushrooms may also be easily ingested unintentionally.

Hallucinogenic mushrooms resemble the common store mushroom Agaricus bisporus,

although the flesh of Psilocybe mushrooms characteristically turns blue or green when bruised or cut.

An identification method based on a genetic approach has been developed.

A different species of mushroom, Amanita muscaria (fly agaric),

produces a state of delirium that also includes hallucinations,

but its primary active agents are muscimol and ibotenic acid.

  • Mushrooms are a good source of B vitamins. They are also the only source of vitamin D and one of the highest sources of selenium found in the produce section.
  • Of 300 edible mushroom species, 30 have been domesticated and 10 are grown commercially.
  • Agaricus are the leading mushroom crops worldwide and accounted for approximately 97% of the total U.S. mushroom production from 2017-2018. Oyster (Pleurotusspp.) and shiitake mushrooms rank second and third respectively in worldwide production.
  • Production systems for domesticated varieties vary by type of mushroom and include both indoor and outdoor systems. Either natural or synthetic substrates may be used.
  • Wild harvest remains the largest source of commercially important mycorrhizal species (such as truffles, chanterelles, and morels), despite scientific advances in domestication.
  • Between 2000 and 2020, at least 49 mushroom-associated outbreaks were reported to CDC’s National Outbreak Reporting System (NORS), causing 498 illnesses, 78 hospitalizations, and 2 deaths.
  • Between 2000 and 2020, there was 1 outbreak related to Woodear mushrooms reported to CDC’s National Outbreak Reporting System (NORS), causing 55 illnesses, 6 hospitalizations, and no deaths.
  • One of the most recent recalls occurred in 2020 due to two outbreaks among Wood Ear mushrooms contaminated with Salmonella Stanley and Enoki mushrooms contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. 
  • For video instruction on how to wash mushrooms, please visit Food Smart Colorado.

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