Magic Truffles Overview
Psilocybin tampanensis produces truffles, or “sclerotia,” which contain psilocybin. These truffles are often called philosopher’s stones, magic truffles, or psilocybin truffles. P. tampanensis can also be fruit into small yellow-brown mushrooms with conic caps, but most folks just grow and eat their sclerotia, which grow underground and contain up to 0.68 percent psilocybin and 0.32 percent psilocin, according to Stamets’ book.
These are the type of psilocybin mushrooms that are sold at specialty shops and given at magic truffle retreats in the Netherlands through a legal loophole. Although philosopher’s stones were first discovered near Tampa, Florida in 1977, they haven’t been found in the sunshine state since. In fact, they are very rare to find in the wild but have become popular for home cultivators due to their relative ease of growing.
Dosage Magic Truffles
Micro dosage | 0.2 – 0.5 grams of Truffles per person.
Mild trip | 5-7 grams of Truffles per person.
Strong trip | 10 grams Truffles per person.
Overwhelming trip | 15 grams of Truffles per person.
Use of Magic Truffles
We recommend eating truffles raw. For the best effect, on an empty stomach. Make sure you eat your last meal no more than 2-4 hours before your trip. Drinking drinks containing caffeine is not recommended.
Chew the Truffles well; it helps the body to absorb the psychoactive substances and it helps against nausea.
Don’t like the taste of Magic Truffles? Eat the truffles with a handful of nuts, some tea, or in a soup to mask the taste.
Warning for Magic Truffles
– Do not combine with drugs and/or alcohol.
– Do not use it in combination with medicines and MAO-inhibitors.
– Do not use it for depression or sensitivity to psychosis.
– Do not use it in pregnancy or lactation.
– Do not use it if you are younger than 18 years.