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Alright, I've read someplaces and some not that Pan. papilionaceus is active. Here the general opinion is that they are inactive. Other places the general opinion is that they are active. I myself have read it all, and do not know where to stand. I thought that tests had been done proving the presence of psilocybin? As well I thought that P. pap. were supposedly quite closely related to P. subb. and that itself might suggest some activity. Do any of you have documentations, or detailed experience/experiment to prove that they are not? I mean, either way I shall conduct my own experiments to see if they really are or are not active.
Stamets states "I have not felt any effect (other than malaise), even when I ingested nearly thirty specimens. Hence, I consider P. papilionaceus to be inactive." However, he does acknowledge reports of people eating a pound of mushrooms and having a psilocybin experience but states this may be do to misidentification or a mixed collection.