Sunday, 2 November 2014

Magic Mushrooms

Magic Mushrooms
  • class - A
  • describe how the drug looks - Magic Mushrooms look like ordinary mushrooms but a bit smaller. Magic Mushrooms have very lean stems and are a mud brown colour.
  • how it is made - Magic Mushrooms are grown in fields, like a normal Mushroom. If you were to use them as a drug you would need to boil them or eat them raw.
  • ways the drug is used - The drug is usually taken orally but can be taken as a powder in capsules. Magic Mushrooms can also be put into tea.
  • how it affects the user - Using magic mushrooms can cause hallucinations, nausea, shivering, sweating, anxiety and dizziness.
  • streetnames - shrooms, psilocybin, psychedelic mushrooms.
  • negative health effects it has on the user - Magic Mushrooms can cause strong hallucinations years after they were consumed.
  • dangers - Magic Mushrooms can become addictive and lead to a large range of health issues.

Magic Mushrooms are illegal drugs that can affect a persons perception of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch. Magic Mushrooms can lead to severe illness and in worst cases, death. Magic Mushrooms are in class A which means they are highly dangerous causing many symptoms such as nausea, shivering, sweating and anxiety. Many people get tricked into taking Magic Mushrooms because they look like ordinary mushrooms. The substances inside is the reason for their harm. Magic Mushrooms are grown in fields and are then boiled and put into tea or can be eaten raw. These are just a few reasons why you shouldn't even consider taken Magic Mushrooms as 1 dose could ruin your whole life.

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