How Are Magic Mushrooms Made?

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Magic Mushrooms are naturally grown in gardens, they are not made. Magic mushrooms are one of the most widely used recreational psychotropic drugs that is either cultivated or grows naturally from a spore, usually in the dirt or on decaying plant material.
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Also know as shrooms or mushies, magic mushroom are special kind of mushrooms from the genus Psilocybin. The cause hallucinations when ingested by human beings because of the psychotropic tryptamines psilocin and psilocybin. Magic mushrooms are natural growing and can not be made.
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