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Magic truffles are the sclerotia of Psilocybin mushrooms that are not technically the same as “mushrooms”. They are masses of mycelium that contain the fruiting body which contains the hallucinogenic chemicals psilocybin and psilocin.

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Magic truffles, also known as sclerotia, are nodules that contain the psychedelic compound psilocybin. In that respect, they are similar to mushroom fruiting bodies that appear above ground. Magic truffles are deemed equally as potent as their fruiting body counterparts.

However, this generalization isn’t strictly true. Just like shrooms, there are different species available. Each contains varying levels of psilocybin, and some have the potential to launch users into a fully-fledged spiritual experience. This isn’t surprising, considering they contain such a powerful hallucinogen.

How To Consume Magic Truffles

They are undoubtedly best consumed on an empty stomach to absorb the psilocybin. So as to avoid excessive vomiting if nausea strikes. Users can choose to eat them raw or use them as a topping on pizza, etc. Beginners should start out with no more than 3.5g of truffles per cup of tea, up to 15g for veterans. However, consider the strength of the truffles you’re using. Start low and slow to avoid a bad trip

Truffle Types;

We have Atlantis, Classic Value Pack, Dragon’s Dynamite, Dynamic Duo, Fantasia, Galindoi, High Hawaiians, Hollandia, Mexicana, Mokum, Mushrocks, Pajaritos, Pandora, Power Value Pack, Psychedelic Microdosing Pack, Tampanensis, Utopia, Valhalla, Zamnesia Cultivation Set.

Difference Between Truffles And Shrooms

The fruiting body is to the mycelium what the apple is to the apple tree. It’s a fruit that plays a critical role in reproduction. Instead of bearing a seed, mushrooms produce and release Magic Mushroom spores. When conditions are right, the subterranean mycelium generates a three-dimensional matrix above ground to spread its genetic code.

A truffle is similar to a mushroom in that it’s a mass of mycelium, otherwise known as a sclerotium (plural sclerotia). Its irregular shape resembles a nugget or stone in appearance.