Psilocybin: Is It Addictive?

Psilocybin AddictionPsilocybin is a powerful hallucinogen that is popular with the people who experiment with psychedelic drugs. Some people refer to them as Magic Mushrooms or Shrooms. While psilocybin has powerful effects on your mind, it is not physically addictive. Some people can find it mentally addicting however and feel like they need to take it often.

Psilocybin mushrooms are taken orally. They can cause nausea and many people throw up after ingesting them. After half an hour or so, the psychedelic effects start taking place. The user experiences visual effects. Time and space seem different.

Good Trips and Bad Ones

Each trip is different. Some people experience happy feelings and have trips that are similar to religious experiences. Other people have terrible trips and end up in the emergency room, or worse. People have ended up killing themselves, hurting others, or having sever psychotic breaks that take a long time to recover from. Psilocybin is an illegal drug in most areas of the world.

Magic Mushrooms are increasing in popularity in the United States. Some people become dependent on the feelings and sensations they get while they are high. Their use of psilocybin turns into drug abuse because these people feel like they have to have it.

One way to deal with psilocybin addiction is to get help from a professional. Speaking with a drug counselor can help and many people find speaking with a therapist to be beneficial. If you are using psilocybin more than you are comfortable with, make an appointment with a drug counselor. The counselor can help you get to the root of your addiction and help you stop taking the drug.

With a desire to stop taking psilocybin and the help of a therapist, you can get off drugs for good. Don’t risk your mental health or your sanity. Get help today.


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