are psilocybin mushrooms next

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November 7th, 2014 at 4:42:14 PM permalink
Evenbob
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Quote: petroglyph

There was weed at my grade school in the 60's..


The fact that you think it's availability is
the same for kids in states where it's now legal
means you're in a different land, mentally.

Never mind, I just realized what's wrong
with you. We're not supposed to post
when we block someone, so I won't.
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November 7th, 2014 at 4:51:43 PM permalink
terapined
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Quote: petroglyph
I wasn't trying to imply that you hadn't had access, I believe you there.

I still suspect you haven't got this whole cooking thing down yet though.

If you were talking about those jelly like things, I wouldn't put those in my mouth. Access is funny. I could never find them, and then when I didn't care any more and after a big rain, I had a big "Alice in Wonderland moment"? And I was surrounded my many pounds of those pretty orange ones with the flecks on the cap.

So I read up on them, and found they had been used in Siberia for ages as medicine. The liberty caps though, just dry them and blend them up and use your imagination.

I never had the opportunity except maybe twice. Once in a casino in Reno. That is not a good place to experience those things, its not supposed to be that funny loosing money.


What I had access too was grown professionally and sold by dealers.
I lived on the East Coast. Had a friend that was a pot dealer but also sold mushrooms.
His source were professional west coast growers, Humbolt County, pot and mushrooms, that were smuggled to the east coast.
Mushrooms were dried out, tasted horrible but very very effective.
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November 7th, 2014 at 4:53:30 PM permalink
zippyboy
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Liberty caps grow wild here in Washington, and I dry them, whirl them in a coffee grinder and make tea. It's a wonderful high, but doesn't last that long. Chewing them just gets 'em stuck in my teeth. The red caps with white specks (amanita muscaria) also grow wild here, and I encounter them all the time up in the mountains when hiking. Easiest 'shroom to spot. I haven't tried them though; wiki descriptions are too scary. This is the magic mushroom of fairy tales throughout history.

November 7th, 2014 at 5:03:34 PM permalink
petroglyph
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Liberty caps grow wild here in Washington, and I dry them, whirl them in a coffee grinder and make tea. It's a wonderful high, but doesn't last that long. Chewing them just gets 'em stuck in my teeth. The red caps with white specks (amanita muscaria) also grow wild here, and I encounter them all the time up in the mountains when hiking. Easiest 'shroom to spot. I haven't tried them though; wiki descriptions are too scary. This is the magic mushroom of fairy tales throughout history.




Are you around Spokane? I used to have property up by nine mile falls and worked all over that country, had a place out in Davenport as well.

Those are the mushrooms I was talking about, I came across pounds of them, I only took pictures.
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November 7th, 2014 at 5:53:30 PM permalink
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My cousin started burning when he was 12. Been pretty much daily ever since. Getting weed was as easy as asking. Getting beer was nigh on impossible.

I think that, yeah, legalization is going to result in an increase of accidental youth usage. Only a microscopic part of that is because of "more availability". It's already as available as a breath of fresh air. I think the big part is because of packaging. You can leave litres of white lightning lying around, ain't a 6yr old around gonna get drunk. It's too brutal. Ah, but a pot brownie? Everyone old enough to have teeth is gonna get into those. It'll happen just because the packaging is yummy.

Some see this as a huge problem. I'm not entirely sure why, other than it's something you don't want a kid eating. No kid is going to OD, no kid is going to suffer irreversible brain damage, no kid is suddenly going to start blaring Tori Amos and joining OWS. Worse case is the kid's gonna get sick, which is usually the case anyways when kids mow on sweets they're not supposed to.

Of all the things possible for a kid to get into, I'd be relieved to find it was a pot brownie. Hell, I remember playing with grandma's "stickers" when I was young. They were nitro-glycerine patches. A bottle of children's aspirin is a death sentence. Even Flintstones vitamins could put him in the hospital.
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November 7th, 2014 at 6:01:55 PM permalink
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Mushrooms were dried out, tasted horrible but very very effective.


They might be the single most vilest thing I have ever stuck in my mouth. This coming from a guy who gladly and regularly drinks crick water to this day.

I finally cracked it just in time to quit forever. You need to dry them completely and break them down as much as you can. Either just mash them in the bag or use a weed grinder or something. Place the powder/chunks in a coffee filter and brew them. Only use a few ounces of water and send the water through 3 or 4 times. You don't want to use the pot and have a whole quart of mush juice to drink.

Once done, keep the water hot (not boiling) and wrap the filter like a tea bag and let it sit. At this point, the water will be slightly cloudy. Leave it overnight.

By morning, the water should be a deep blue/green. Take a REAL Kool-Aid packet, the kind you need to add 2 cups of sugar to, and dump that in there. Chill, and drink. It is a powerfully sour concoction, but it sits nicely without that heavy "I'm gonna puke" feeling, and not a hint of that deep earth shroom taste can make it through. As a bonus, the fungi funk cannot recover. Burp all you want, every one will fill your mouth with a clean and pleasant citrus flavor.
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November 7th, 2014 at 6:43:24 PM permalink
terapined
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They might be the single most vilest thing I have ever stuck in my mouth. This coming from a guy who gladly and regularly drinks crick water to this day.

I finally cracked it just in time to quit forever. You need to dry them completely and break them down as much as you can. Either just mash them in the bag or use a weed grinder or something. Place the powder/chunks in a coffee filter and brew them. Only use a few ounces of water and send the water through 3 or 4 times. You don't want to use the pot and have a whole quart of mush juice to drink.

Once done, keep the water hot (not boiling) and wrap the filter like a tea bag and let it sit. At this point, the water will be slightly cloudy. Leave it overnight.

By morning, the water should be a deep blue/green. Take a REAL Kool-Aid packet, the kind you need to add 2 cups of sugar to, and dump that in there. Chill, and drink. It is a powerfully sour concoction, but it sits nicely without that heavy "I'm gonna puke" feeling, and not a hint of that deep earth shroom taste can make it through. As a bonus, the fungi funk cannot recover. Burp all you want, every one will fill your mouth with a clean and pleasant citrus flavor.


I had a friend of mine that liked to eat mushrooms.
He used to brag that he enjoyed eating them.
I guess its an acquired taste :-)
He said he would pick his teeth with toothpick an hour later finding something to relive the taste. yuck.
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November 7th, 2014 at 7:02:32 PM permalink
Face
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Quote: terapined
I had a friend of mine that liked to eat mushrooms.
He used to brag that he enjoyed eating them.
I guess its an acquired taste :-)
He said he would pick his teeth with toothpick an hour later finding something to relive the taste. yuck.


I gave my best friend a dose once and he did the same thing. I had to lay down for 30 minutes because the very act made me that nauseous.

I can't even describe them. They do have a hint of regular pizza mushrooms, I suppose it's very similar if a bit stronger. But there's just something about it. The texture is godawful. It's like chowing on a 14 yr old Cheezit. It's somehow chewy, but not. Crunchy, but not really. They're very fibrous, but that itself isn't bad. I've only ever had fantastic trips, so it's not some weird psychological hangup.

They're just godawful. I'd legit rather chew a mummified toe.
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November 7th, 2014 at 7:03:48 PM permalink
petroglyph
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Do you guys hate all mushrooms, like the Reishi, Shitake,or Morrels, chantrelles etc. or just the magic ones? Are they worse than the most popular "button" or white meadow mushrooms that every store carry's in can's?

We use to have Chantrelle [non psilocybin kind] parties during picking season and just bake cookie sheets full of them with butter and garlic and drink a few beers around the campfire. I really like them, chicken of the woods yum.

Face, I thought you were some kind of survivalist type like "Bear Grills" or something? Able to head out into the forest with a leatherman and eat worms and stuff, gain weight, stay dry, heal deep wounds with a poltice of moss and all that.

I still run into people that turn their nose up at deer meat,...... their call, its all in the prep. Some don't like clams, again good for me.

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November 7th, 2014 at 7:19:25 PM permalink
zippyboy
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Quote: petroglyph
Are you around Spokane? I used to have property up by nine mile falls and worked all over that country, had a place out in Davenport as well.

I'm the opposite side, on Olympic Peninsula.
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