Magic mushrooms, also known as mushrooms or psilocins, are an informal, polyphyletic group of mushrooms containing psilocin and psilocybine. Biological genera containing these fungi include Gymnopilus, Copelandia, Inocybe, Pholiotina and Panaeolus. The two main mushrooms most commonly consumed are the edible P. cubensis and the toxic P. fatalis. There are other fungi called psilochromes which contain psilocins but are not consumed in humans. 

When mushroom spores are in the fruiting body of a magic mushroom it looks white with a dark brown appearance. As the mushroom matures, the outer and inner parts fuse together forming a large mushroom shape. The mushrooms contain psilopyrins which are pyrrole derivatives. This allows them to have a variety of effects on people who consume them, including hallucinations, delusions, and enhanced mental abilities. 

Magic mushrooms have been used for centuries by tribes of people in South America to treat a number of illnesses. The Ayurvedic system of medicine that developed thousands of years ago uses these mushrooms in a series of treatments. These mushrooms help to increase alertness and energy, alleviate nausea and vomiting, reduce abdominal pains, promote sexual pleasure, promote weight loss, increase concentration, and enhance memory. Because psilobenzoic acids can be toxic when eaten in excess, many of the claims made about these mushrooms are overblown and simply exaggerated. 

People often believe that psilobenzoic acid is present in nature and has some type of curative effect on various diseases and afflictions. In reality, psilobenzoic acid is a by-product of the metabolism of the psilocinese mushroom P. cubensis. In studies involving animals, psilobenzoic acid has been shown to stimulate hair growth and increased levels of vitamin C in the blood. Some psilopheneergic acid has even been found to help reverse aging and prevent various diseases. 

To date, very little scientific evidence exists that demonstrates the curative effects of psilobenzoic acid in humans. However, many of the reported results are believed to be related to the beneficial effects of psilophene and other psilosteroids present in psilocine extracts. 

PSA mushrooms have also been used by New Zealanders for centuries as a form of medicine to cure many ailments, although there is limited evidence to support their effectiveness. Some reports suggest that psilopiperazines may help to reduce depression, increase sex drive, relieve stress, cure diarrhea and stomach cramps, reduce pain, reduce allergies, improve vision, stimulate metabolism and aid in the treatment of multiple sclerosis and cancer. Some research studies even show that the use of mushrooms may actually increase the body’s production of natural killer cells. Most people ingesting the mushrooms also report a number of health benefits, including better sleep, clearer thinking and clearer vision. Magic mushrooms and other psilopyrins (phenylalkylamines) have also been studied by scientists for their ability to improve mood and reduce anxiety and depression. 

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