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Different species = different high?
    #336479 - 06/06/01 09:24 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

Do different species of shroom give a noticeably different high, or is Psilocybin just Psilocybin, no matter what the case looks like? I'm not all for the multiple ego splitting, brain starring mindfuck with a heart rate of 150. I hate feeling delirous - as in sick and not making any sense like SmallPutrid obviously was at 6:01 pm, although I realize it doesn't seem like that when you're tripping!

Anyway, I have injested the Psilocybe Cubensis that grow around here, and they're good fun but I wish I was a bit more "with it" and less anxious when on them. I'm looking for a laid back, mellow & comfortable trip with lots of nice colors and patterns that I can have and go bushwalking and photographing. I like visuals minus the complete mind-fuck.

Am I just dosing too highly?
What species in what dose do you recommend?

I've read that Panaeolus castaneifolius maybe what I'm looking for, the way the trip was described it sounded great. Anyone had any experience? More importantly, do they grow in Australia, and if so, where do I find them?

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Re: Different species = different high? [Re: oO_wombat_Oo]
    #336517 - 06/06/01 10:17 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

The intoxication is practicly the same but in your experience the diferent ratio of psilocybin/psilocin and other metabolite triptamines give each species a mood, I find copelandias more easy on the shock to the system than cubes

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