What Is Golden Teacher Mushroom
Golden Teacher is the most magical mushroom thanks to the didactic effects and unknown origin. It is one of the “new” mushrooms and was discovered in the late 1980s. It is known for its golden caps and unusual shamanistic capabilities and is very popular due to its easy, rapid growth.
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These sensation-enhancing psilocybes are a great choice for smaller doses, first-timers, or casual day-tripping.
Everyone’s physiology and metabolism is different, and individual brain chemistry and body size play a significant role in how each individual might respond to psilocybin, as will your surroundings and emotional state, so if it is your first time or you are significantly upping your dosage, select a safe, comfortable, and if possible, familiar place, and consider asking a sober trip sitter to be your companion for the coming ride.
Golden Teacher Effects
Golden Teacher is known to produce a strong, and well-balanced high. Expect to experience time dilation, visual hallucinations, trails, fractal surfing, etc. The mood of the high is characterized by a rather light euphoria. For a beginner, we recommend a dosage of around 1.5-2 grams to get your feet wet. If you’re a little more experienced and want to experience the full high, a 3.5-5 gram dosage should blast you away. As always, please use caution, and don’t ever mix with other drugs or alcohol.
In some cases, magic mushrooms can induce spiritual experiences and heightened states of consciousness.
For certain people, these effects are deeply meaningful and provide a sense of peace and understanding. For others, they are overwhelming or scary.
When someone consumes albino penis envy mushrooms, the psilocybin binds to 5-HT2A serotonin receptors on the surface of nerve cells. Serotonin is the “feel good” chemical that helps regulate mood, thinking ability, perception, and sleep.
Therefore, when psilocybin binds to serotonin receptors, it affects how information flows between different brain regions. This results in changes in consciousness and perception.
These changes can be positive or negative depending on the person’s mindset, expectations, and environment