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“You sure have to kiss a lot of toads before Prince Charming comes along.”
Compare that childhood adage to the very first experimenters who got up close and personal with the Colorado River toad by either kissing or licking one of them. Whoever got the hoppers mad enough that first time most likely found out that these dwellers of the Sonoran Desert secrete Bufotenin from their glands as part of their primary defense system. Even more importantly, these pioneer toad-lickers surely stumbled upon the psychedelic nature of the amphibian. In fact, the glandular secretions of the Colorado River toad contain 5-MeO-DMT, a hallucinogenic of a most interesting nature.
Before you go out to try to find your own croaking “Prince Charming,” though, it is i
From portrayals in popular culture in movies such as “Natural Born Killers” and “Altered States” to their recent role in innovative therapy, the mojo of magic mushrooms is unmistakable. What follows are some fun facts about these versatile fungi and some discussions that detail how magic mushrooms got their magic, bro.
Magic mushrooms are banned in certain countries, although in the Netherlands, where they are known as ‘magic truffles,’ isn’t one of them. In the Netherlands, magic mushrooms are mostly sold for research, and the information in this article is intended for those purposes. Therefore, we won’t take any responsibility for those who choose to use them. Ensure that you check the legal status of magic mushrooms where you are before you consider buying or using them.