Disruptors / Hallucinogenic Stimulants
Mushies, mush, mushrooms, shroomz
Different kinds of magic mushrooms grow in North and South America, Martinique, other Caribbean islands, and Europe. Magic mushrooms are believed to have played a cultural role in certain societies as far back as 2000 B.C. or earlier. Nowadays, they grow in the wild, but are also farmed.
As you would guess from their name, they’re mushrooms. But they are difficult to identify and trying to pick them in the wild is dangerous, since they can be confused with poisonous mushrooms. They are eaten fresh or dried. They are sometimes used to make tea, but more often they are cooked, smoked, or simply chewed and swallowed.
Magic mushrooms are members of the hallucinogen family, which means they alter sensory experiences and the perception of reality.
Magic mushrooms’ effects last from 4 to 6 hours. Users have hallucinations and may alternate uncontrollably between laughing and crying. These effects vary on the type of mushroom and how it was grown.