Chocolate shrooms cup
Our chocolate shrooms cup is flower-shaped. Therefore, It allows for more precise dosages based on how many ‘petals’ you consume.
Its Chocolate made from tropical Theobroma cacao tree seeds.
Fast facts on chocolate Shrooms:
Here are some key points about chocolate. More detail is in the main article.
- Chocolate consumption has long been associated with conditions such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, and hypertension.
- Chocolate is believed to contain high levels of antioxidants.
- Some studies have suggested chocolate could lower cholesterol levels and prevent memory decline.
- Chocolate Shrooms are easy to dissolve and effect more
Each chocolate containing 3.5 grams of psilocybe mushrooms.
Information about Chocolate shrooms cup:
Generally, it will last indefinitely if stored in the freezer. Each strain presents itself differently to the physiology of differing individuals. Therefore, factoring in their body mass, mental state and their comfort with their surroundings. In addition, it’s prudent to wait anywhere between 10 and 40 minutes for the initial effects to begin before increasing your dose.
As with all shroom products, keep these well out of the reach of pets, minors, pregnant or nursing women.Anyone who isn’t on board for a psychedelic journey.
Benefits of Psilocybin Mushrooms:
- Psilocybin Mushrooms Stimulates Growth Of New Brain Cells
- Psilocybin Mushrooms Reduces Pain Due To Social Rejection
- It Alleviates OCD Symptoms
- Psilocybin Mushrooms Soothes Anxiety
- It Lowers Depression
- Psilocybin Mushrooms has Long-Term Medical and Spiritual Benefits
- Finally, Psilocybin Mushrooms Connects The Brain In New Ways
History of Magic Shrooms:
The first use of hallucinogenic mushrooms dates back about 3,000 years to Mexico. They still used by native people in some areas for religious ceremonies and healing, although the local communities encountered many struggles in the past.
Shortly after the European conquest of these territories, magic mushrooms banned for the first time in the early 17th century
A couple of centuries passed before these mushrooms gained the attention of Western scientists and doctors for the first time.