Mushroom chocolate is a tasty, creative way to enjoy psychedelic mushrooms. These edibles are a hit among psilocybin users and have recently sparked a new wave of creativity in the chocolate industry.
Psychedelic mushroom chocolate bars are popping up all over the place, but they also raise a host of legal concerns. In many countries, magic mushrooms are still a highly prohibited drug, making the idea of creating and selling psilocybin-infused treats dangerous.
Some states are now allowing small doses of psilocybin for personal use, but others continue to classify it as a Schedule I drug and regulate it rigorously. This has led to a number of psilocybin entrepreneurs operating in a gray area.
The psilocybin in these bars is broken down into a chemical called psilocin, which exerts its hallucinogenic properties by interacting with the brain’s psilocybin receptors. Its psychedelic effects include altered perception and improved mood, energy levels, productivity and focus.
There are a variety of different mushrooms used to create these chocolates, including reishi, turkey tail and lion’s mane. Each one has its own unique flavor and effects, but all have the same calming effect on the mind and body.
They are delicious and easy to make!
A quick and simple way to make your own psychedelic mushroom chocolate bars is to combine chocolate with dried mushrooms. The taste of mushrooms isn’t always pleasant to the nose, but if you add some cocoa or nut butter it can mask them.
You can buy pre-made psychedelic mushroom chocolate bars online or in local stores, but you can also make your own at home with basic ingredients and a little know-how. It’s a fun and easy project for the whole family, but it takes a bit of time and effort to get the right balance.
It’s best to keep psilocybin-infused foods below 70 deg C because this is when the mushrooms begin to break down, making them unsafe to eat. It’s also best to avoid reheating psilocybin-infused food after eating it, as it will break down further.
Using the oven or microwave to melt the chocolate is a safe method, as long as you keep an eye on it and remove it from the heat when it’s ready. If you’re using the microwave, you should also try to melt the chocolate in a bowl rather than directly on the stovetop because this will prevent the heat from destroying the psilocybin.
Once the chocolate is melted, stir in the mushrooms and mix well. Pour the mixture into chocolate molds and store in a cool, dry place.
If you’re looking for a more serious psychedelic experience, you might want to consider a psilocybin chocolate bar, which is a more intense and prolonged trip. It can take up to five hours for you to feel the full effects of a psilocybin-infused chocolate bar, depending on your tolerance and dosage.
The most common doses are one to two grams of psilocybin in a psychedelic mushroom chocolate bar, although more is recommended for those with high tolerances and low body weight. The best way to determine your own dosage is to start small and work your way up.