marijuana and shrooms

Ever wonder what the difference is between a mushroom and a marijuana plant? Well, we’ve got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll go over the key differences between these types of drugs so that you can make informed decisions about your experiences. The first thing to understand about these substances is that they are all derived from the cannabis plant—a distinction that can be very tricky for newbies! Let’s take a look at some of their key differences:

Marijuana

Marijuana comes from the leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant. It can be consumed as a flower or in a variety of edibles. The effects of smoking marijuana last only about an hour and a half, whereas eating edibles can last for several hours.  Another tricky thing about marijuana is that the active compounds in it can vary from strain to strain. It’s also worth noting that cannabis can affect people in different ways.  Depending on the strain, THC levels can vary from 0.1% to 20% in the plant. You can consume marijuana in many ways such as using a joint, a jointless bowl, a vaporizer, a bong, etc. Marijuana can also be consumed in edible forms — such as brownies or cookies. With the right amount, you can get high and experience the high that you are looking for.

Psilocybin Mushrooms

Psilocybin is a chemical compound found in certain types of mushrooms. This substance is what causes the hallucinogenic effects that people experience when they consume psilocybin mushrooms. The most common types of mushrooms that contain psilocybin are Magic Truffles and “Amanita” mushrooms. There are some varieties of mushrooms that have high levels of psilocybin, but these are not as common as the other two varieties. Psilocybin mushrooms are usually consumed in liquid, pill, or capsule form. They can be eaten raw and are often taken in a “trip” setting where music, lights, and other visuals are featured. There is usually a set of instructions that come with the psilocybin mushrooms. These can include some recommendations on how to prepare and consume them safely. Psilocybin mushrooms are typically taken orally, but they can also be inhaled or injected. Psilocybin is not water-soluble, so it will remain in a person’s system for a long time even if it is not absorbed into the bloodstream. This means that people have control over when they “trip” as they remain “high” for a much longer period of time.

Differences Between Shrooms and Marijuana

  • Psilocybin Mushrooms Marijuana Both of these drugs are derived from a type of fungus.
  • Mushrooms are found in the wild and contain psilocybin, while marijuana is cultivated, grown in a lab, and contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
  • Mushrooms are ingested and produce a high, while marijuana is smoked and produces a high.
  • Both of these drugs are illegal in some countries because of their psychoactive properties.

Conclusion

We can think of mushrooms as “natural psychedelics” and marijuana as “natural pot.”  If you are interested in trying mushrooms and/or marijuana, we recommend trying one at a time and in small doses.  The key to successful use is to pick a substance that suits you, your personality, and your goals.  Visit Budcargo.net online dispensary for all your cannabis and psilocybin needs.

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