With psychedelics being at the forefront of alternative treatment options, it comes as no surprise that novelties seem to be popping up almost on a daily basis.
One of the most well-known psychedelics are magic mushrooms, and after the magic truffles revelation, the question of magic mushroom spores emerged.
Magic mushrooms have been a part of many spiritual ceremonies and shamanic rituals for thousands of years in different cultures.
Helping cleanse users of negative energy, bad spirits, and toxins, they create a euphoric experience.
Also known as mycellia, magic truffles are the underground part of magic mushrooms which act as a food reserve when the sources are scarce.
Since they’re basically a part of magic mushrooms, they also contain psilocybin and psilocin, which gives them the same status: psychedelics.
Magic Mushroom Spores
Magic mushroom spores would then be the reproductive cells of magic mushrooms, allowing them to replicate, spread, and grow.
Spores do not contain psilocybin. Psilocybin doesn’t seem to become present until the spores germinate and begin producing mycelium. This makes mushroom spores legal.