Mushroom Cannabis Chocolate
When combined, cannabis and mushrooms have a synergistic effect. Many people report that the inclusion of cannabis both increases the intensity of their mushroom trip, and keeps them relaxed throughout it.
Mixing magic mushrooms and cannabis can produce an intensely psychedelic high characterised by abstract and thought-provoking visuals and sensations. Marijuana’s calming effects can dull the come-up of a mushroom trip, keeping you more relaxed during the early stages of the high. Moreover, some believe that consuming cannabis can lead to a more intense peak, and can even keep you more relaxed during the come-down stage.
Both mushrooms and cannabis can have an indirect effect on dopamine, a neurotransmitter known as a “feel-good” or “reward” chemical. This effect is capable of producing feelings of motivation and ambition throughout a trip. However, it is also responsible for leading the brain into repetitive or indecisive thought patterns. By consuming both of these substances at the same time, the intensity of these effects will be significantly increased.
Regular users of mushrooms or cannabis may find mixing them to be a very enjoyable experience. Being comfortable with these two substances is crucial to allowing them to facilitate and enhance your exploration of the mind. If you are not comfortable with consuming either, then ingesting them both at the same time is not recommended.
CONTROLLING THE EFFECTS
The influence that marijuana will have on your mushroom experience will depend largely on genetics and dosage. Sativa strains that are high in THC have been known to provide users with extra energy and positivity throughout their trip. Meanwhile, indica strains, or CBD-rich strains, have been known to produce a calming sensation that may reduce anxiety, jitters, or even nausea. Due to the mix of effects they produce, hybrid strains can be somewhat unpredictable.
The timing of cannabis consumption will determine its precise outcomes. If consumed at the very beginning of your trip, cannabis will help to calm you down during the come-up. If consumed near the end, it will help relax you during the come-down. Consuming it during the peak of your mushroom trip can enhance visuals or sensations. If timed strategically, cannabis can help you to better navigate the phases of a mushroom trip that may usually bother you. Remember that cannabis low in THC content will not affect your high as much as potent marijuana containing more cannabinoids.
Combining magic mushrooms and cannabis can be an intensely pleasant experience. However, it is important to do so safely and deliberately. Knowing what to expect, and when to expect it, can go a long way towards reducing anxiety, and allowing you to enjoy the best psychedelic experience possible.
It is believed that magic mushrooms work by rewiring the brain’s information processing pathways. This rewiring can oftentimes lead to intensely strong emotions being experienced during the trip. Sometimes, exceptionally intense trips are compared to profound religious experiences. The average psilocybin trip can last anywhere from 3–6 hours, depending on dosage. However, because of the intensity of the effects, it can feel much, much longer.
There are many possible adverse reactions that one can have during a magic mushroom trip. About a third of mushroom users report experiencing some form of anxiety or paranoia during their high. More acute anxious reactions can sometimes result in nausea or full-blown panic attacks. Other psychological side effects can take the form of depression, lethargy, and disorientation. The physical side effects of psilocybin mushrooms can include restlessness, dilated pupils, increased body temperature, fever, sweats, and chills.