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Buy Magic Mushrooms “Shrooms” in Canada

Psilocybin mushrooms, commonly known as “magic mushrooms” or “shrooms”, are fungi that contain Psilocybin. There are more than 180 species of mushrooms that contain this naturally occurring Psychedelic. Magic mushrooms are widely used in Canada and America but started gaining popularity online only recently.

Therapeutic usage of magic mushrooms has shown very promising results so far. Magic mushrooms have been used to treat conditions such as PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorders, headaches, and addiction. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the United States has recently designated psilocybin as a “breakthrough therapy” for treating depression, paving the way for further development and reviews of psilocybin drugs.

Where to Buy Magic Mushrooms in Canada?

Now you can easily buy Magic Mushrooms online in Canada from a trusted dispensary like BMWO. We offer premium-quality, hand-picked dry shrooms, as well as byproducts of Psilocybin including chocolates, micro dosage capsules, and gummies.

Client satisfaction has always been our top priority and we’re proud to have the most premium selection of Magic Mushrooms in Canada. Shipping is free on all orders above $99 and if this is your first time ordering from us, we’ll give you a 10% discount and throw in a free 3.5 gram of cannabis for you. So what are you waiting for? Place your order now and get your hands on some of the best magic mushrooms in Canada.


How to Consume Magic Mushrooms?

Magic mushrooms can be eaten in their dried form but most people don’t like its taste. There are numerous ways to cope with this. You can brew your shrooms into a tea, blend them into a smoothie or juice, mix them with peanut butter or Nutella, or simply grind them down and fill in a capsule. We will soon be adding some psilocybin-based recipes for you as well on our recipes section.

Effects of Magic Mushrooms

The science behind it
Psilocybin, the active ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms is around 100 times less potent than LSD. It would take a dose of about 0.2-0.5 grams for you to start feeling its effects, but this generally varies person to person. A dose of around 1-2.5 grams is considered moderate, and if taken orally, normally produces effects that last anywhere from 3-6 hours.
When you ingest psilocybin, it gets metabolized by your body into psilocin, which are both responsible for the psychedelic effects of shrooms. Both psilocybin and psilocin bind to special receptors in the brain called serotonin receptors. Serotonin is called the happy chemical of the body because when bound to these receptors, it triggers a feeling of well-being and happiness. In mice, psilocybin has a strong effect in brain receptors in areas that are responsible for sensory experiences. This is a possible explanation for the psychedelic effects of mushrooms such as “hearing colors” and “tasting sounds” as well as other altered sensory experiences.

Dosages and effects
Note: Everyone has a different tolerance to substances and effects might vary from person to person. The following data is by no means comprehensive, and might change as more reliable information becomes available.

The information listed below and dosages are specific for Psilocybe cubensis species of mushrooms. They might also apply to other kinds but some, like Psilocybe semilanceata, might be more potent.

Microdose (0.05-0.25 grams)
A micro-dose is a very tiny dose intended to be barely noticeable, or sub-perceptual. Many people incorporate a microdose into their regular routines to boost energy levels, as well as creativity and focus in their daily tasks. Microdosing can also help reduce stress, anxiety, and emotional upheaval. Microdosing can result in:

  • Stress relief
  • Emotional balance
  • Uplifting spirits
  • Mental peace
  • Openness and easiness
  • Reduced depression, anxiety, PTSD
  • Clarity of mind
  • Memory boost
  • Increase in focus
  • Creativity

Mini-dose (0.25-0.75 grams)
While a micro-dose is a very tiny dose intended to be barely noticeable, a mini-dose falls just short of a full-blown trip. Many people incorporate a microdose into their regular routines to boost energy levels, as well as creativity and focus in their daily tasks. Microdosing can also help reduce stress, anxiety, and emotional upheaval. Microdosing can result in:

  • Enhanced and uplifted mood
  • Motivational increase
  • Emotional balance
  • High spirits
  • Mental peace
  • Heightened flow state
  • Deep insights
  • Connectedness
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Manic states
  • Openness and easiness
  • Reduced depression, anxiety, PTSD
  • Clarity of mind
  • Memory boost
  • Increase in focus
  • Creativity
  • Difficulty in completing thoughts
  • Restlessness

Museum dose (0.5-1.5 grams) – Exercise caution
Introduced by biochemist and pharmacologist Alexander Shulgin, a “Museum” dose has stronger effects than a mini-dose but it still won’t be a complete psychedelic trip. In fact, as the name suggests, you might even be able to visit museums and enjoy artwork without appearing to be tripping. Effects include:

  • Excitement and euphoria
  • Mild visuals
  • Enhanced sensory experiences
  • Time passing quickly or slowly
  • Uplifting spirits
  • Increased sensitivity to light and sound

Moderate dose (2-3.5 grams) – Exercise extreme caution. Please only attempt if you are a very experienced user
This is where the complete trip begins. In a moderate dose you’re highly likely to experience visual hallucinations such as patterns and lights, but will still be able to retain your surroundings. Effects include:

  • Lights and patterns
  • Highly altered senses
  • Amplification of emotions
  • Disorientation
  • Enhanced appreciation for music
  • Finding normal things funny or weird
  • Anxiety (bad trip)

Megadose (5 grams or higher) – Not for the faint of heart. Reserved only for the most experienced users in the world 
A megadose is the ultimate psychedelic experience where you are completely disconnected from reality. You will have an intense hallucinatory experience as well as mystical experiences and introspection.

  • Intense wonderment
  • Mystical experience
  • Memories coming to life
  • Time distortion
  • Dizziness
  • Total disconnection from reality

Benefits and Risks of Shrooms

Benefits
Throughout history, psychedelic mushrooms have a long standing reputation for having healing and therapeutic effects. Today, the potential benefits of mushrooms are being studied and recognized. Research is being carried out across Canada and the United States, as well as internationally. According to research, single doses of psilocybin can have a considerable effect on depression and anxiety and can increase quality of life. Results like these are very promising and what’s more is, clinical trials are being conducted with patients suffering from cancer around the world.

Risks
While taking any drug is certainly not without risk, Psilocybin is considered to be one of the safest psychoactive substances you can consume. According to the 2017 Global Drug Survey, only 0.2% of people who took psilocybin needed emergency treatment. However, mushrooms can induce some side effects including nausea, tremors, anxiety, and panic attacks.


Therapeutic Uses of Magic Mushrooms

Research into psilocybin has shown that the psychedelic substance can have a variety of therapeutic benefits. Studies in the 60s, and 70s, and more recent in the past 10 years have suggested that it can help treat disorders such as migraines and cluster headaches, addiction and mental issues. The use of psilocybin has successfully reduced OCD symptoms, have treated alcohol and substance addiction, and has even helped people to quit smoking. Clinical trials are also underway to investigate its effects on migraines and cluster headaches.

History of Shrooms

Archeological remains from the Sahara desert indicate that humans may have been using psychedelic mushrooms as far back as 7000 years ago! Mushrooms just might have influenced a big chunk of prehistoric culture, with use common amongst the Mayan and Aztec tribes in Mexico and Guatemala as late as the 16th century.

In the West, Albert Hoffman, the famous Swiss chemist also responsible for inventing LSD, isolated Psilocybin for the first time in the lab in 1957. In 1962, prominent researchers at Harvard began the Harvard Psilocybin Project, and when it got them fired, they started a movement that made mushrooms an integral part of 60s culture.

Since 1971, after being listed on the UN’s Convention on Psychotropic Substances as a Schedule 1 drug, psilocybin as a compound remains illegal across the world. Mushrooms however, are regulated as countries see fit as they were not part of the convention.


Myths about Shrooms

Psilocybin mushrooms can cause your brain to bleed
A “bleeding” brain in medical terms is called a stroke, or an aneurysm. To date there is no evidence of anyone experiencing a stroke after consuming magic mushrooms

Mushrooms cause insanity
It’s true that a person on a psychedelic trip might seem to have gone insane to observers, but in almost all cases it is only temporary (as well as sometimes being the intended effect), hence the use of the term ‘trip’

Magic mushrooms are poisonous
Psilocybin mushrooms are certainly not toxic and cases of mushroom poisoning are extremely rare. As long as you’re not ingesting something else (an actual poisonous mushroom) by mistake, you’re safe.


Microdosing Magic Mushrooms

A microdose can be very beneficial and is usually achieved by intaking 0.05-0.25 grams of psilocybin mushrooms. However, everyone has a different tolerance so it’s better to experiment first.

Your tolerance can depend on a lot of factors including your neurophysiology, your body weight, and potency of the mushrooms you’re consuming. Ideally, you should calibrate the dosage so that it hits just the right spot, but it might take a few tries so better to be conservative in your approach to start.

A general rule of the thumb is to measure out your dose with respect to your body weight. So, I’d you’re under 100lbs, then you should begin with 0.1-0.15 grams and see if that works for you. For people above 200lbs, 0.3 grams should do the trick and so on.

Of Course you can’t weigh these out without precision scales, but with this nifty little trick, you can manage with kitchen scales. Let’s say you have a few grams of shrooms and you want 10 microdoses of 0.1g each. All you have to do is weigh out 1 gram on a kitchen scale and then use a knife to finely divide the pile into 10 visually equal mini-piles. This won’t be exactly 0.1g but it’ll be very very close.

Lastly, remember that’s it better to err on the side of caution. When trying any sort of dosage, it’s better to start small and work your way upwards so that you can figure out exactly when you hit your sweet spot.


FAQs

Do mushrooms show up on drug tests?
Psilocybin mushrooms are not tested for in a lot of standard drug tests, but they might be if it’s an extended drug screen.

Can mushrooms cause mental trauma?
Unless you have a family history of mental illness, psilocybin mushrooms will not cause any lasting damage. People can sometimes experience bad trips but these are temporary and you will recover fast.

Best way to consume mushrooms?
Psilocybin mushrooms can be eaten raw, brewed into tea, cooked into food, and even mixed with Nutella. It all comes down to your taste.

Is it legal to grow my own mushrooms?
Unfortunately, growing psilocybin mushrooms is illegal in most parts of the world.

Can you develop psilocybin tolerance?
Moderate doses of psilocybin induce an immediate tolerance to the substance. Taking the drug again soon will have a much weaker effect. This is why it is important to pace out your mushroom doses.

Should I cross mushrooms with other drugs?
Taking a combination of drugs is usually not a very good idea. You should never mix mushrooms with Tramadol for example, and should definitely be careful with cannabis as it can dramatically enhance the effects.