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  • Psolocybe cubensis – Cultivation

    Since Hofmann and Wasson had distributed the knowledge about ‚Magic Mushrooms‘ all over the world, the wish arose to cultivate them not only in tropical...

  • Psilocybe cubensis – Pharmacology

    Alkaloids The mushrooms used during ceremonies in Mexico were called Psilocybe mexicana Heim, as Heim collected samples of these mushrooms and sent them to Hofmann...

  • Kratom, Mitragyna speciosa engl.

    FACTS ABOUT THE PLANTS Mitrogyna speciosa Korth (Family Rubiaceae) is in Thailand also known as „Kratom“, and in Malaysia as “Biak-Biak”. In the streets it...

  • Psilocybe cubensis, Literature

    Literature Badham, E.R. (1984): Ethnobotany of psilocybin mushrooms, especially Psilocybe cubensis. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 10: 249-254. Beug, M.W., Bigwood, J. (1982): Psilocybin and psilocin levels...

  • Psilocybe cubensis – History

    Traditional Usage The Spanish firstly mentioned hallucinogenic mushrooms in literature after the conquest of Mexico. The Indians of central Mexico have used mushrooms for ceremonies...

  • Psilocybe cubensis – Effects

    After the consumption of Psilocybe cubensis it often was reported about a dream-like condition. Due to the often reported parallelism between dreams and hallucinations (Jacobs,...

  • The Brooms

    The Brooms Leguminosae (Bean family) There are three different kinds of Brooms, the Canary Island Broom, Scotch, and the Spanish Broom. There are some discrepancies...