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Supposing one used calcium chloride to dry shrooms (not in direct contact, but separated with wire mesh and a little space), does this combination tend to cause nausea when the shrooms are ingested? I heard that CaCl2 tends go through the air and seep into the shrooms. If this is true, how does one fix this problem? I assume that the tea extraction method would still leech out the CaCl2 with the actives...
An alternative that should've been used is epsom salts. Oh well.
ive been growing for two years. the first few batches i ever grew were dried with calcium chloride. it may have been the brand of cacl2 that i used, but when i ate them i was sick as hell (id get bad nausea and id shit them out within an hour). total trip f'cker.
since then, ive resorted to drying them in the oven. the oven, of course, is off. but since its a gas oven it stays slightly warm (and dry). it probably breaks down some of the psylocybin/psylocin, but then i just eat more to get up.