Psychedelic experiences are increasingly in demand. The use of LSD not only remained in the sixties, but it is also still one of the most popular hallucinogenic substances today. Its powerful effects make it one of the favorites of psychonauts. However, mushrooms are an equally good and powerful alternative, but much more natural and safe. As you know, LSD is a chemical product that, if you acquire from unknown sources, you can take unnecessary risks.

Mushrooms can cover the effects of LSD without problems. Some varieties can even be much more powerful and safe. These substances are very similar to those produced by the human body, so they do not usually cause continuous use problems.
As long as eaten in moderation, hallucinogenic mushrooms can bring many neural benefits. Some scientists have been very interested in the benefits that these substances can have on mental, nervous, and psychological diseases. Many studies suggest that post-traumatic stress disorders and bipolar disorder show considerable improvements when using these mushrooms as a therapeutic element.
The golden teacher effect
This mushroom, known by its scientific name psilocybe cubensis, is the most popular. Its high degree of separation makes it one of the most productive, and its yield is very high. Also, its power and duration of its effects are quite high, so it perfectly simulates those produced by the LSD.
One of the characteristics of this mushroom is that its effects have a very smooth curve start, so they can be the most suitable for those who are just starting in the world of psychedelic travel.
Its effects can cause auditory and visual hallucinations. Dream experiences can be a spectacular journey with deep feelings of introspection. It should be noted that depending on the dose; these experiences can be little or very intense. Still, if you begin to experience these sensations, it is best to use low doses, so you will get used to other unpleasant effects that can cause accelerated heart rate.
How to grow mushrooms (comment cultiver des champignons) at home
Growing mushrooms is a very simple process; you need the right substrate and let nature do its job. It must be remembered that mushrooms grow in humid or dry environments, depending on their variety. However, if you have little experience, a growkit can be a simple and safe solution.