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I was thinking about something recently. In MMGG, rye grain cased with soil is used to produce carpophores. It is then said that 5 dried grams should be consumed to obtain full hallucinogenic effects (5 grams contains approx. 12mg of psilocybin). My question is, by growing mushrooms on a more nutrient rich substrate than rye, does one need less mushrooms to enter the "room"? It would seem so, as manure and straw mixtures provide more nutrients than rye alone, causing the concentration of psilocybin to be greater. What do you guys think? What would be a good dose of manure mushies to get the same quantity of psilocybin as in a 5 gram dose of rye mushies?
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