Z-Strain Cubensis a very popular species of hallucinogenic mushroom, it grows in the wild across much of the world. It feeds on and fruits from the dung of mammals and usually produces small to medium-sized, light-brown fruiting bodies, though there is a lot of natural variation. It is the best-known, and perhaps most widely-used member of a genus of many species all known for producing the psychoactive substance, psilocybin. In any case, Z-strain grows easily, fruits abundantly, and reportedly checks all the boxes—strong visuals, strong body high, everything. Individual mushrooms are typically large and meaty. Not surprisingly, it’s a very popular strain, the most commonly-available commercially-grown variety out there.
How to prepare Magic Mushroom
Collect mushrooms carefully using scissors or a knife. If they are dirty, wash them in a bucket of water. Dry mushrooms by spreading them out on paper towels in a warm place. You can then store them in an airtight container in a cool, dry area. Soak a handful in warm water and drink it as tea. You can also use it to make soup and chocolate. Many people believe that psilocybin mushrooms make great edibles, but they don’t work well when cooked. To enjoy psilocybin mushrooms fresh, dry them completely and store them away from sunlight.
Z-Strain Cubensis Prescribed Dosage
This mushrooms usually come in single doses of 0·2–0·4 mg/kg orally as part of a medically monitored, drug-assisted psychotherapeutic treatment program. Some people also take psilocybin in micro doses, but there isn’t enough information available to determine whether these micro doses are safe or effective.
Psilocybin is illegal under federal law in the US. It is classified as a Schedule I controlled substance.
There are currently a lot of researchers looking into the positive effects of magic mushrooms and psychedelics on mental health and illnesses like depression.
The psilocybin seems to “re-order” the way our brain approaches problems and allows people to get to the root cause of the problem and then help to reduce the symptoms of depression. In a recent study at Imperial college London. 59 people took part in a trial comparing magic mushrooms to conventional anti-depressants and they found that those taking the magic mushrooms were significantly more affected than those who took the “conventional” antidepressants. In that their mood increased and they were more able to deal with the root causes of their issues ( during these trials the participants were given therapy alongside the compounds being tested)
Nevertheless, One needs to be careful with this mushroom as it possess with them potentially dangerous side effects on your body.
Z-Strain Cubensis is possibly safe when using it as a single dose under medical supervision. Also, using a single dose of psilocybin doesn’t have side effects. The most common side effects include; confusion, fear, hallucinations, headache, high blood pressure, nausea, and paranoia. Despite being a controlled substance in the US, the risk for abuse seems low. Withdrawal symptoms and physical dependence don’t appear to be a major concern.
There isn’t enough reliable information to know if psilocybin is safe to use without medical supervision at any dose, including micro doses.
The Legal Status Of Z-Strain Cubensis
You can use Z-Strain Cubensis and other magic mushrooms without interference from the law in the following places.
- Denver, Colorado
- Oakland, California
- Santa Cruz, California
- Washington D.C.
- Somerville, Massachusetts
- Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Seattle, Washington
Places where magic mushrooms can be legally grown, sold, and transported include;
- The Bahamas
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Reference @ Wikipedia