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Large study shows no correlation between psychedelic use and mental illness

Discussion in 'Hallucinatory Substances' started by MrEDuck, Aug 26, 2013.


    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member


    SouthCross Well-Known Member

    That's because you die. You've taken a poison to see the spirits. It a selective, short term poison. It kills the Ego.

    Eat a salad about two-three hours before you take them. Take the best shower of your life. Easy fitting clothes. Get comfy in a comfortable familiar space. Eat upwards of 4+ grams. Low doses can make your stomach roll.

    Start indoors. Put on Fear and Loathing or the Big Lebowski. Enjoy the visuals as you die.

    Then there's peace. Get up and look at the trees. Plants. Animals. Sunlight. Wind. Warmth of it ALL.

    Enjoy the condition known as being human.
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    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    Mushrooms are actually the worst,make you sick as hell then scare the crap out of you. I found that it always follows a certain course with several phases. In one phase you feel very stoned. The final phase right before it ends is the worst, complete insanity, people on the radio saying stuff that later you know damn well they didn't really say, not being able to think at all coherently and total panic that you'll never go back to sanity. Then within a span of about 10 minutes you go from totally insane back to complete normalcy. Amazing how it just drops right off so fast.

    Anyway, I can see why the mushrooms developed psilocybin. It's to make any mammal that eats them never want to eat them again, and it worked on me. See, they grow in large obvious patches. They would be easy meat if they didn't have the defense system. There's enough of them that before you could eat them all you're completely debilitated and eating is the last thing on your mind.
    Al Kaloid

    Al Kaloid Member

    Bob, you have your phases out of phase.

    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    How so? Does the total insanity come earlier than I suggested?

    SouthCross Well-Known Member

    I hate Shrooms. The taste is fucking horrible. Texture is fucking gross. The smell ain't bad. Like wet rotten grass from in under the lawn mower. It's just straight nasty.


    I love them when I'm on them. Afterwards, I don't even want to look at a mushroom picture. It'll take me over a year to get another craving to use them. No desire what so ever to eat shrooms before then.

    If life's insane. The 'insanity' of shrooms is relaxing.

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Turns out I'm bipolar among other things, no wonder I tripped so hard. A vaped dose of DMT can get me fully on the other side for 30 minutes plus... and then the world is still skew, paisley and purple for a while after I return. Was only diagnosed about 3 years ago.... but the nuts was there long before the psychedelics, that much I am sure of. It is in any case impossible to be a good shaman unless you are a little bit cookies..

    Luckily like I explained before, it is like a telephone, once someone picks up on the other side, you know they are there.
    Been a while since I did anything to dissolve the ego. Having a toddler around certainly doesn't present one with the same opportunities. Heck! I even have a stash with samples of probably anything you can think of. I just don't feel the need. Apart from the ultimate tryptamine, I have some bark that has been talking to me, asking me to allow it to work.

    SouthCross Well-Known Member

    This crop of mushrooms are done. I've harvested the dose I need. The set up had to go. The cakes were buried in a planter. I don't need anymore. Next time, different strain.

    They've been dried to crispy. Stored in under glass with Freon.

    It takes me weeks to get psyched up for the journey. I know I might face things I really don't want to deal with. Tribulations of life and the human experience. Something keeps telling me, "Not Yet". That's my Ego talking, standing 3" high on my shoulder.

    I only grow when Life is off. When I can't shake a bought of depression. A longing for a question to be answered. The problem with that. I don't know what the question is to begin with. A feeling of being stuck. You emotionally can't move in life. It's difficult to explain the urge that gets me to grow shrooms.

    I've mentally prepared for next Tuesday. Ill have the house all to myself the entire day. I want to be alone when I take them. Escape the prison of the mind by myself in myself.
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    OrganicfarmerNC Member

    So how much does a quarter of quality shrooms go for nowadays?

    ANC Well-Known Member

    You are here because of every step you have taken in your life, therefore not one moment of it was unimportant.
    Don't put this off, your work earned you one free pass into the other side.

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    Namasteahole New Member

    People in general get comfort in blame. Or should I say the less experienced and less intelligent of the lot. Many things in life are random and have no reason why they happen. This explains many things from religion/superstitions all the way to illnesses. When a politician or someone with a stethoscope and a lab coat tell them something it somehow becomes more credible especially when the subject is something they don't fully comprehend. Dumb people like things neat and orderly, and life just doesn't work that way. More often than not, it's Empire Strikes Back, not Return of the Jedi.

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