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Finding the Right Psilocybin Mushroom Rehab for You

Psilocybin Mushroom Addiction There are approximately 14,000 different species of mushrooms in the world, but only a tiny percentage of these are psychedelic. Many of these mushrooms have no effect on human biology, but some are poisonous and can be deadly if consumed. Psilocybin mushrooms, also called "magic mushrooms," are 0.2% - 0.4% psilocybin and contain trace amounts of another psychoactive chemical called psilocin. They have been used in religious rites and cultural ceremonies for thousands of years, all across the world, and may even have been featured in ancient cave art. In today's developed societies, these psychedelic fungi are used recreationally and abused by many. These "magic mushrooms" are not physically addictive like many other illicit drugs, yet individuals tend to abuse them on a regular basis to feel or to experience the trippy, psychedelic sensations that these mushrooms offer. Psilocybin and psilocin are psychoactive compounds which alter the brain's ability to absorb and interpret sensory input and put the mushroom user into a profound state of altered consciousness. A person who becomes dependent upon these mushrooms may exhibit unusual behavior, unfamiliarity with their life and experiences, and possibly paranoia. Occasionally users will experience panic, nausea, and other symptoms of a "bad trip." Because of the effects of psilocybin, a mushroom user might not be able to distinguish between hallucination and reality, and may harm themselves or others during one of these "bad trips." Are you or your loved one dependent upon these magic mushrooms? Stop the cycle of psilocybin mushroom dependency. There's a psilocybin mushroom rehab center waiting to help you.

Fast facts about psilocybin mushrooms

Knowledge is power. The more you know, the stronger you are. Below are some fast facts about psilocybin mushrooms which may help you make an informed decision about whether to enter psilocybin mushroom rehabilitation.
  • Psilocybin and psilocin are often called "psychedelic" or "psychoactive" compounds. This means that they cause hallucinations, intense euphoric sensations, blurred perception of time, foggy or unclear sensory input, and other "trippy" symptoms. Psychoactive drugs profoundly influence human cognition (attention span, memory, judgment, reasoning, decision-making, problem-solving, and language centers) and perception (the ability to sense and understand one's environment).
  • Psilocybin mushrooms grow naturally in the wild, but they are easy to cultivate at home, and many users grow their own. Both of these alternatives present their own unique problems. Without careful identification, there is a chance that someone seeking mushrooms in the wild will accidentally ingest a poisonous mushroom rather than a psychedelic one. Furthermore, it has been suggested by some counseling services that the act of personally growing and harvesting mushrooms can trigger a psychological addiction in the minds of mushroom users.

Why get help from psilocybin mushroom rehab?

People who use magic mushrooms in a regular basis may not be physically addicted like frequent cocaine or methamphetamine users are, but as has been discussed, they may become mentally dependent upon psilocybin for their happiness. It is vital to understand the importance of going to psilocybin mushroom rehab for this reason. These drugs don't induce addiction or physical dependence, but mild to moderate psychological dependence is possible, and this can interfere with one's lifestyle, happiness, and productivity. Getting help is very important to break through the chain of magic mushroom dependency. This challenging step is possible with the guidance and assistance of psilocybin mushroom rehab.

What does psilocybin mushroom rehab offer?

The treatment for magic mushrooms is different from other rehabilitation and addiction treatments. Magic mushrooms are not really addictive, but nevertheless individuals may develop a habit of abusing them regularly. Psilocybin Mushroom Rehab offers help by making sure that individuals are calm and stress-free while focusing on remedying the individual's psychological dependency on psilocybin. There are many effective and reliable psilocybin mushroom rehab programs which employ a variety of methods to create personal, unique programs. These programs include: Psilocybin Mushroom Therapy
  • Detoxification – The detoxification process for psilocybin mushroom addiction does not require drug replacement therapy. But because the psychedelic chemicals are stored in the fatty tissues of the body, the discontinuation of magic mushroom use can cause mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms. The detoxification stage is administered by trained medical professionals to guide individuals gently and carefully through this stage of the treatment process.
  • Inpatient Treatment – This program helps individuals to learn how to live without magic mushrooms, so that the individual can move forward with their life and resume their productive, healthy lifestyle. This type of treatment is intended for those people who have been using magic mushrooms for a long period of time. This program also offers behavioral therapies, counseling, and other types of support.
  • Outpatient Treatment – This program offers group sessions and personal magic mushroom treatment, but has fewer limitations on personal movements. Therapies and other types of care are administered at the place where the individual is currently staying rather than the psilocybin rehab center, allowing the individual to continue to fulfill their daily responsibilities while simultaneously receiving treatment.
The journey to recovery is not easy. It can be hard and tiring. But with the help of psilocybin mushroom rehab, everything and anything is possible. Psilocybin mushroom rehab can help anyone who is struggling with magic mushroom dependency. This center offers a variety of programs which may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Motivational Therapy. Once you start the journey toward recovery, it's our guarantee that you will be given the best treatment possible. Individuals who will select this center will be supervised by a medical professional to ensure their successful recovery in a relaxing, loving, and comfortable environment. Don't let the mushrooms take over your life. It's never too late to take back what's yours. If you or your loved one is struggling with magic mushroom addiction and want to break free, don't delay. Call Psilocybin Mushroom Rehab on their hotline at 877-257-7997. Professional representatives are available 24/7 for any questions you may have. Break the cycle. End the addiction. Take control. Call today.

What is Psilocybin/Psilocin?

  • Description of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

    Psilocybin and psilocin are two closely associated hallucinogenic compounds which have been identified in at least 75 species of mushrooms around the world. Most varieties can found in native to tropical and subtropical climates, including South America, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and certain regions of Europe and the United States. Though mushroom potency can vary, most contain .2% to .4% psilocybin, with scant traces of psilocin. Psilocybin mushrooms are often called “magic mushrooms.” In its pure form, psilocybin is a brown or white crystalline powder, or is shaped into a tablet.

    Psilocybin is a prodrug, which means that it is largely inactive in its natural state. After ingestion, the natural metabolism of the body converts psilocybin to psilocin, which is the chemical with the psychoactive properties. Psilocybin disrupts the levels of serotonin within the brain, changing the user’s perceptions, appetite, and mood. Psilocybin can be ingested, snorted, smoked or injected.

  • What is the Scientific Name of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

    Psilocybe Semilanceata
  • What is the Chemical Formula of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

    C12H17N2O4P

What is the Origin of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

Native Americans, particularly in Central and South America, revered hallucinogenic mushrooms as sacred ("god's flesh") and used them in religious and divinatory rites, to produce visions, to aid in treating illnesses, solving problems, and contacting the spirit world. The use of mushrooms in Native American culture was repressed after the Spanish conquest. In the mid-20th century, western researchers such as R. Gordon Wasson and Timothy Leary began to experiment with mushrooms and the psychedelic effects they created. Albert Hofmann (the Swiss scientist who is credited with discovering LSD) first identified psilocybin as the active ingredient of mushrooms in the 1950s, along with psilocin. Today, they are taken primarily for recreational use.

Psilocybin/Psilocin are Schedule I Drug.

What are the Common Street Names of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

  • Boomers
  • Caps
  • Cubes
  • Gods Flesh
  • Liberty Caps
  • Little Smoke
  • Magic Mushrooms
  • Mexican Mushrooms
  • Mushrooms
  • Musk
  • Sacred Mushroom
  • Sherm
  • Shrooms
  • Silly Cybin
  • Silly Putty
  • Simple Simon

How is Psilocybin/Psilocin Used?

Psilocybin mushrooms are eaten fresh or dried, either whole (often prepared with a food item such as peanut butter or pizza to hide their bitter taste), sprinkled on top of food, or after being brewed into a tea. Dried mushrooms can also be crushed into a powder and manufactured into capsules, tablets, or solution. Psilocybin can be consumed orally, sniffed, smoked, or injected.

How Long Does Psilocybin/Psilocin Stay in Your System?

The effects of eating psilocybin mushrooms take between 10 to 60 minutes to kick in, and a moderate dose will wear off after about four hours, with a residual period of up to three hours as the drug wears off. However, a strong dose can have a lingering effect that goes on for much longer. This can prevent users from falling asleep or being able to mentally function.

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Short-Term Psilocybin/Psilocin Use?

  • What are the Short-Term Effects of Psilocybin/Psilocin Use on the Body?

    • Auditory Hallucination
    • Clumsiness
    • Confusion
    • Convulsion
    • Dilated Pupils
    • Distorted Perception
    • Dry Mouth
    • Enlarged Pupils
    • Feeling Heaviness
    • Muscle Weakness
    • Nausea
    • Numbness of Lips
    • Numbness of Mouth
    • Numbness of Tongue
    • Relaxed Feeling
    • Sensation of Being Heavy or Light
    • Sensation of Being Separated from Surroundings
    • Shivering
    • Stomach Discomfort
    • Sweating
    • Visual Hallucination
  • What are the Short-Term Effects of Psilocybin/Psilocin Use on Behavior?

    • Confusion
    • Emotional Changes Euphoria
    • High Euphoric Sensation
    • Mild Anxiety
    • Paranoia

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Long-Term Psilocybin/Psilocin Addiction?

  • What are the Long-Term Effects of Psilocybin/Psilocin Use on the Body?

    • Auditory Hallucinations
    • Extreme Unpleasant Hallucinations
    • “Flashbacks”
    • Increased Insight
    • Increased Memory
    • Visual Hallucinations
  • What are the Long-Term Effects of Psilocybin/Psilocin Use on Behavior?

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Panic Attacks
    • Psychosis or Paranoid Schizophrenia

How to diagnose if you are Addicted to Psilocybin/Psilocin?

Signs that a person is addicted to Psilocybin/Psilocin.

  • Acting Paranoid or Confused
  • Decline in School or Work Performance
  • Difficulty Communicating
  • Dilated Pupils
  • Distorted View of Time or Self
  • Hallucination
  • Sleepiness
  • Slurred Speech
  • Unusual Change in Mood or Behavior
  • Withdrawing from Family
  • Withdrawing from Friends
  • Panic Attacks
  • Psychosis or Paranoid Schizophrenia

What are the Withdrawal Effects of Psilocybin/Psilocin?

  • Difficulty Discerning Reality
  • Psychological Dependence on Psilocybin/Psilocin

How is Psilocybin/Psilocin Addiction Treated?

Psilocybin is not physically addictive, but it can still develop a habitual psychological addiction in the user, and tolerance can develop over time so that increased dosages are required to achieve the desired psychedelic effects. Though limited research has been carried out concerning the long-term effects of heavy psilocybin use, some evidence indicates that abuse may cause psychosis in some individuals. Using the drug may cause mental disturbances or even trauma in others, because of the intense “mind-bending” experiences it creates, or continue to experience delusions that continue even after they have stopped using psilocybin. Specialized psychiatric help is suggested for these individuals, or for anyone with underlying mental and personality orders that have been triggered by psychedelic use.

No explicit detoxification regime is required for habitual Psilocybin users, as there are no severe withdrawal symptoms. Continue psychological support should be maintained, however, either on an Psilocybin inpatient or outpatient center basis, to help the individual avoid relapse. The most important thing is that the individual is able to admit their psychological dependency on the substance.

What is the Extent of Psilocybin/Psilocin Use?

(US Statistics)

According to a 2007 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 1.1 million people aged 12 or older reported using hallucinogens for the first time within the past 12 months. In the U.S., the U.K., and Canada, approximately 3 to 10% of people 40 and under have tried psilocybin mushrooms, with higher rates for people in the 20-30 year range. In the United States, a large yearly survey called the National Household Survey routinely inquires about the use of hallucinogens, including a question about psilocybin mushrooms. According to recent surveys, approximately 5% of US residents (10.2 million) have experimented at least once with psilocybin mushrooms.

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