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Has any of you noticed the interest in mycology since you started picking psychoactive shrooms? I love mushrooms...chanterelles...king bolete and so on. And I've also been higly interested in learning about all kinds of mushrooms. it's like...whenever you see a mushroom you will most probably know what species it is, if you've spent enough time studying mycology. And most important; know how to ID poisonous and edible ones... not just hallucinogenic ones. They're bautiful too. Especially the poisonous ones hehe. By now, I know more latin names than norwegian ones (yeah I'm norwegian).
Im interested in how it all works. The lifecycle and the chemistry behind it. I would love to go hunting but that sorta thing doesn't happen around here. I never would have thought about it though if I didn't shroom.
-------------------- I do not grow anything illegal.
I do not sell anything.
I am, however, a very curious individual.
I also try to be helpful.
Same here. I started out just wanting to know what "magic mushrooms" looked like, and after i learned the ways, i started noticing other mushrooms and became more interested in those as well. Now, ~3 years later, I'm a full blown mycophile (although i wouldn't go as far to say that i can instantly ID a mushroom to species, but maybe to genus). I think it probably happens to anyone who treats the shrooms like a sacramental gift and not just something to get fucked up on.
Quote: FreedomFight said: Im interested in how it all works. The lifecycle and the chemistry behind it. I would love to go hunting but that sorta thing doesn't happen around here. I never would have thought about it though if I didn't shroom.
What do you mean "that sorta thing doesnt happen around here"? You can easily learn the chemistry and life cycle, but "how it all works" will never be understood; one of my favorite aspects of mycology.