Treasure Coast Mushrooms is native to Southern Florida’s Gulf Coast. They are grown in bovine or equine dung and have an intense onset. Users describe the experience as a spiritual journey, with strong visual stimulation and an intensely immersive high. This strain is generally sold DRIED.
How to grow Treasure Coast Mushroom
Like most mushroom strains, Treasure Coast is easy to cultivate and maintain. While it is not the quickest-growing magic shroom, it will reward you with huge returns in multiple flushes. Patience combined with some humidity using a misting bottle is all you need. The optimal conditions for growth include;
- Substrates such as dung, straw, and grains
- Use a mist bottle
- A colonization period of 14 to 18 days
- A colonization temperature of between 28 to 30 degrees Celsius
- A fruiting temperature ranging between 23 to 27 degrees Celsius
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How to take it
The best way to have an enjoyable experience with Treasure Coast Mushroom is to take a low dose at first and be in a comfortable setting. By doing these two things you’ll always have the best experience possible with Treasure Coast Mushroom.
Being in a safe environment is absolutely essential when experiencing magic mushrooms of any kind. While indulging in Treasure Coast Mushroom, you should always have someone to look after you, which is known as a sitter.
Beginners should always take a low dosage, such as 0.25-0.75-grams, for their first experience. If a beginner wants a stronger dose, then they can consume more than 2-hours after their?first dose.
It’s essential to always remember that the effects are temporary, and will last between 3-12-hours, depending on the dosage taken.
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Dosages of pure psilocybin are as follows:
- Microdose: < 4 mg
- Low dose:4.8 mg
- Average dose:6.20 mg
- High dose:20.35 mg
- Very high dose:> 35 mg
Dosages of mushrooms vary depending on the species, their state of preservation if they are fresh or dried mushrooms, and other factors, so adjusting the doses of mushrooms is always imprecise. Usually, the doses for usual varieties (P. cubensis and the like) of dry mushrooms are as follows:
- Microdose:< 0.25 gr
- Low dose:25 -1 gr
- Average dose:1 ?2.5 gr
- High dose:5 ?5 gr
- Very high dose:> 5 gr
Fly agaric mushroom effects
Treasure Coast Mushrooms produce psychoactive effects in humans very similar to the rest of the classical psychedelics such as LSD and mescaline. Most users describe the experience as an internal journey, in which they go through different phases with varying effects.
The first effects usually begin to be perceived earlier than with LSD or mescaline, and by about 30 minutes after ingestion, they can be discerned. The maximum effects are usually established between 60 and 90 minutes after ingestion, and they last for about two hours before starting to diminish. The total duration of the experience is around 4 to 6 hours, depending on the dose.
Physically, the main effects of Treasure Coast Mushroom include dilation of the pupils and slight increases in blood pressure and heart rate, especially at high doses. Variation in blood pressure seems more related to subjective experience than to the physiological effects of psilocybin, particularly if anxiety appears.
Nausea can sometimes occur, especially when mushrooms are ingested rather than pure psilocybin, and more rarely vomiting or diarrhea. Tremors, muscle discomfort, and dizziness may also occur.
The physical effects in general are usually mild and not significant.
Psychological effects are characterized by marked alterations of sensory perceptions as well as profound changes in consciousness and cognition.
At the sensory level, visual alterations may occur in the form of colorful kaleidoscopic visions with closed eyes, intensification of colors, and distortion of the shapes of objects or surfaces that undulate or move. Auditory disturbances may also appear, such as an increased appreciation of music and sounds.
Synesthetic experiences can occur, in which stimuli corresponding to a certain sensory field are perceived and processed by another sense; for example, sounds that are perceived as visions. The sense of touch can also be altered, experiencing an increase in tactile sensitivity, sensations of cold or heat, tingling or a feeling of energy running through the body, as well as paresthesia.
At the cognitive and consciousness level, these alterations can be very intense and seem to be experienced as positive as they are terrifying.
Recent studies have observed the ability of Treasure Coast Mushroom to induce mystical experiences in controlled contexts and in high doses. These mystical experiences include feelings of numinousness, profoundly positive emotional states, internal unity, transcendence of time and space, ineffability, and a sense of unity and interconnection with all things.
Frightening experiences may include sensations of agonizing fear, paranoia, a sense of dying or going crazy, feelings of depression or anger, high anxiety, agitation, confusion, and disorientation both spatiotemporally and internally. This phenomenon has sometimes been called a bad trip. Only rarely are psychotic symptoms produced, which usually disappear when the effects subside.
In most cases, however, the experiences induced by mushrooms contain both positive and pleasant elements, as well as less pleasant components that could be experienced as psychologically challenging. Experiences in which personal biographical material emerges are common, as well as content related to significant others.
In addition, there may be a dissolution of personal limits, or a dissolution of the ego, with sensations described as oceanic, which can be perceived as a transcendent experience but may also result in anxiety.
Some studies show that psilocybin produces an increase in a positive mood, and a positive bias in the perception of stimuli, related to a possible decrease in the activity of the amygdala, the brain structure responsible for the processing of potentially threatening emotions.
Effects in controlled contexts
In addition to the ability of Treasure Coast Mushroom to induce mystical experiences, other potentially therapeutic effects have been found in clinical trials.
The use of psilocybin in the treatment of anxiety and the increase in quality of life in cases of people with advanced cancer diagnoses have been investigated. Treasure Coast Mushroom has also been used in research for the treatment of cluster headaches as well as obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Since psilocybin is still a banned substance, the FDA doesn’t provide any guidelines for its use. That being said, clinical researchers typically exclude people with certain medical conditions from participating in clinical trials of psilocybin.
Based on this, its particularly unsafe for people with the following conditions to take psilocybin mushrooms (Johnson, 2017):
- Psychosis. It may be unsafe for people diagnosed with psychosis, schizophrenia, bipolar 1 or 2 disorder, or similar mental health conditions to use psilocybin. This is because of the increased risk of prolonged reactions that could last for days or even months.
- Heart problems. Psilocybin could be risky for people with high blood pressure or other types of heart disease. According to a study, consuming psilocybin causes a temporary increase in blood pressure (Hasler, 2003).
- Pregnancy or breastfeeding. Psilocybin’s effects on pregnancy or breastfeeding are unknown and should be avoided (Scott, 2010).
- Medication use. Psilocybin-containing mushrooms are not recommended for people taking certain medications, which can alter the effects of hallucinogenic substances. Some examples include (Johnson, 2017; Bonson, 1996):
- Lithium (a drug treating bipolar disorder)
- Tricyclic antidepressants such?as amitriptyline (Elavil)
- Haloperidol, an antipsychotic medication
- Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors such as fluoxetine (Prozac), paroxetine (Paxil), and sertraline
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, such as linezolid (Zyvox) or rasagiline (Azilect)
- an herb with antidepressant-like effects
The active ingredients of Treasure Coast Mushroom and its controlled substances are on Schedule I of the 1971 United Nations convention. Therefore, the sale of these substances is illegal.
However, mushrooms containing these substances are controlled differently in particular countries, according to each country’s interpretation of Schedule I. In Schedule I of the 1971 Convention, only active ingredients appear, not the natural materials that contain them (such as mushrooms or plants), which leaves the interpretation of the prohibition of botanical materials open to the particular laws of each country. Furthermore, in many countries, these mushrooms grow wild.
In most European countries, mushrooms are illegal and can not be bought or sold. The mode in which the mushrooms had been sold in recent decades was considered a product and/or preparation of psilocybin, so any presentation of said mushrooms was considered illegal.
For several years mushrooms were available for purchase and sale in smart shops in the Netherlands. They could legally acquire fresh as well as dried mushrooms since they were legal until 2002. After that year, dried mushrooms were declared illegal, although they could continue selling fresh mushrooms.
That situation changed and the sale of fresh mushrooms has been illegal since 2008. An exception is the Sclerotia variety, also known as truffles or philosophers stones, which can still be purchased, as it is not a mushroom, but mycelium.
Mushroom spores, as well as culture kits that do not contain mushrooms, and therefore their active ingredients, are sold in smart shops in some countries.