Are these Shrooms?

Discussion in 'Magic Mushrooms' started by Willcalder, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. Willcalder

    Willcalder Guest

    Does anyone know if these are magic mushrooms? They're from the south east of England
  2. Voyage

    Voyage Noam Sayin

    of course they are.

    do you mean, 'are they psychoactive' ? that i'd leave to the experts.
  3. LetLovinTakeHold

    LetLovinTakeHold Cuz it will if you let it

    Yes, those are mushrooms
  4. Willcalder

    Willcalder Guest

    yes psychoactive
  5. Voyage

    Voyage Noam Sayin

  6. Ol' Zeus

    Ol' Zeus Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I don't think those are active, they look like a member of the Coprinellus family, possibly Coprinellus micaceus.
  7. Grainpsilo

    Grainpsilo Member

    In england you want to get out into the sheep and cow fields and look for liberty caps
  8. chadcr01

    chadcr01 Senior Member

    Not psychoactive.

    These grow in my backyard where there is a pile of wood shavings probably 5 or 6 years old from a giant tree that was chopped down years ago...If I'm correct in my identification, those mushrooms should "auto-digest" after being picked (or begin to autodigest on their own a few days after fruiting) and they will turn to a black slime.

    They also will NOT bruise blueish/purple... which means they do not contain psilocybin, or at least not in significant concentrations.

    Don't eat those. Not psychedelic for sure.
  9. MyWORDiTtruth

    MyWORDiTtruth Member

    put them in your salad

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