Our primary objectives:

  • Provide the Canada / USA community opportunities to learn and explore the benefits of psychedelics with access to safe and reliable mushrooms.
  • We wholeheartedly believe that drugs are not inherently evil
  • Further provide education and awareness of safe drug practices and their incredible healing benefits for the mind, body, and spirit.

“There are no good or bad drugs, it’s the human's relationship with the drug that’s bad.” - Dr. Drew Pinsky

Psilocybin Magic Mushrooms

Euphoria, visual and mental hallucinations

Changes in perception of time

Spiritual experiences

 

lysergic Acid Diethylamide

Intensified thoughts & Emotions

Sensory perception

Stronger potency than psilocybin

Why Mushroom?

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Mushrooms represent rebirth, rejuvenation, and regeneration.

 

In the sediments of lava in South Africa, they have found fungus like organisms, mycelium fossils in the lava. 2.4 billion years old. This is the oldest record of a multicellular organism on Earth. We divided from Fungi about 650 million years ago. One branch led to Fungi, the other branch led to animals.

 

Biodiversity surged until we had these great cataclysmic extinction events, when the asteroids impacted the Earth, enormous amounts of debris was jettisoned into the atmosphere. Sunlight was cut off. Plants die, animals die. Fungi inherited the Earth. From those great extinction events there's one lesson, those organisms that paired with fungi survived. We are more closely related to fungi than we are to any other kingdom. What this means is that we are descendants of mycelium.

 

Mycelium is the mother of us all.

 

Mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of fungi. The bulk of the organism is growing underground and it's composed of these long threads. These threads grow one cell at a time and then they branch and re-branch, growing in every direction they can. And that mass of threads is called a mycelium.

 

A mycelium has more networks than our brain has neural pathways, and works in much the same way, with electrolytes, electrical pulses. Just to give you an idea of how much fungi are in the forest, as you're walking through, there's about 300 miles of fungi, under every footstep that you take and that's all over the world.

 

Plants are communicating using the mycelium as pathways. They are connecting one to another. They're using the mycelium, too, to feed one another, in other words one can swap nutrients with another using mycelium as the passage way.

 

There's over 1.5 million species. Of all those species of fungi, about 20,000 produce mushrooms. They decompose dead and dying organisms and move all those nutrients back into the cycle. The fact that we lack the language skills to communicate with nature does not impugn the concept that nature's intelligent. Living creatures like fungi are intelligent in the sense that they respond to their environment, they seek out food and they defend themselves, they solve problems, and that's intelligence. A mycelium can theoretically live forever as long as it has food to grow into which is why the oldest and largest organism on earth is a fungus.

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