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Would you like to find your own mushrooms in nature? That's not always such a good idea. It can be dangerous because there are very many mushrooms growing in the wild that all look very similar. Misidentifying these fungi can turn out badly for you, as some are harmful to your health and in the worst case can sometimes lead to death. So adequate knowledge is essential!

Be careful when picking psychedelic mushrooms

Mushrooms have been used around the world for centuries. They are hugely popular for their magical effects and are sold both online and in physical shops. But some people also go looking for psychedelic mushrooms themselves in nature. Not always a good idea, as it involves many risks.

After all, there are many toxic species and if you are not a connoisseur, all mushrooms look very similar. Picking a mushroom at random is really a no go. You can't take this risk, as you will soon end up with the wrong kind. The side effects can sometimes be really intense:

  • Nausea
  • Diarrhoea and vomiting
  • Liver damage
  • Anaphylaxis (hypersensitivity reaction requiring immediate treatment)
  • Comatose state
  • In some cases, it can lead to death.

Besides these dangers that psilocybin mushrooms pose, there are also many species that you simply should not pick because they are rare. Wondering which ones they are? The government keeps a list of rare mushrooms.


Still picking yourself? Make sure you have enough knowledge

Do you want to pick mushrooms yourself? Then we advise you to acquire sufficient knowledge first, for instance by taking a picking course. Just don't mention that you're looking for psychedelic species. That way, you can gain practical experience and learn which varieties are safe.

Another option is to bring along someone who knows all about mushrooms. In any case, before eating anything, make sure you are 100% sure it is the right kind. Also read up on the legal situation in your area beforehand. The rules of fresh mushroom picking can vary from country to country.

Mushrooms growing in the wild

To find psychedelic mushrooms, you don't just need an understanding of the species. You also need to know exactly where to find them and know the life cycle of the mushroom. Temperature, humidity, growing medium and time of year are important success factors. Knowledge of the life cycle is essential to know when the fruiting body appears.

To get you started, we have compiled a top five mushrooms that grow in the wild for you.

  1. Psilocybe Atlantis: found in August in clusters in soil north of Atlanta, Georgia and Fulton County. The cap is light brown with dark stripes and looks dry. The stem is brownish-red to greyish-brown.
  2. Psilocybe Cubensis: commonly found in summer in Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras, South America, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Fiji, India, the Philippines and Australia. The hat is copper-coloured in the centre, transitioning to light reddish-yellow-brown. Is cone-shaped with a whitish or cream-like stem.
  3. Psilocybe Australiana: found in April/May in South Australia. Hat is bell-shaped and leathery brown to pale yellow in colour. Edges may have and blue tinge.
  4. Psilocybe Caerulescens: found in spring and summer in Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela and Alabama. Has a black or dark green, cinnamon to rusty colour. The stems are cream-coloured, hollow and bedded with fibrous hairs. The colour darkens during ripening.
  5. Psilocybe Cyanescens: from September to December, this mushroom is found in many different countries. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, UK, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Ireland, Spain and Switzerland. Its colours range from chestnut to caramel as it ages. It becomes sticky when moist and yellow-brown to ochre coloured when dry. The stems are white and have fine fibres that curve towards the broader base.

Beware of these species!

There are many different types of mushrooms that are poisonous, many more than the list below. We have listed the best-known ones for you:

  1. Green tuber manite: this one is definitely number one. This is one of the most poisonous species in the world. It is therefore also called "death sting" or "death cap". And for good reason, as even a small amount causes liver poisoning and can be deadly if you don't get treated in time.
  2. Bundlewort bellflower: this one may look harmless, but it is very poisonous! It contains the same toxins as the tuber manite, only it is not lethal to healthy adults.
  3. The common curly hemlock: nothing is actually 'common' about this mushroom, as it will make you very sick if you eat it. The poison of this species breaks down red blood cells, causing haemolysis. Cells then fall apart, so to speak, and red blood cells can then enter your bloodstream. Very dangerous, as this can cause the functions of your kidneys to fail.
  4. Pantheramanite: this is from the same family as green tuberous mushroom. This mushroom will make you hallucinate and can cause delirium. This is the first phase of poisoning. If poisoning is severe, you can go into a coma.


Prefer the safe way? Buy magic truffles online!

We advise you not to take any unnecessary risks and order your magic mushrooms or magic truffles online in a smartshop. This way, you can be sure you won't eat poisonous mushrooms and you can really enjoy the magical effects. In our mushroom shop, we sell psychedelic truffles and magic mushroom grow kits from experts who have the knowledge to produce them with a high psilocybin content.