This question regards magic mushrooms because many people do not know much about shrooms because they have been criminalized for so long despite being one of nature’s most powerful gifts. Psychedelics, or “magic mushrooms,” affect each person differently based on their personality, emotional state, preconceived ideas about psychedelics, and other factors. Some of the effects include a sense of well-being, happiness, and euphoria from entering a childlike state of innocence; complete ego loss or death of an identity; fantasy worlds with different laws or dimensions that surpass time and space here in reality. The peak effect can last hours depending on the set and setting and the person taking them and sometimes going into a day after you take it.
How do magic mushrooms make you feel? Depending on the type of mushroom taken, a dose typically lasts around 3 to 8 hours. The effects usually start within 30 minutes and may include one or more of the following changes in mood: a heightened sense of well-being, emotional sensitivity, an altered state of mind. Psychedelic experience typically continues until declining awareness. Hallucinations may occur if a person has closed or covered eyes for a period during an otherwise normal trip. A person’s physical condition plays a role in how they might react to shrooms as some can exhibit adverse reactions such as nausea or panic episodes while others sometimes feel stimulated instead. Experienced users report that once outside influences are eliminated (metaphors), their experiences reveal unmediated insights about themselves.