What are “shrooms”?

Shrooms or ‘magic mushrooms’ grow in the wild. They can be swallowed or made into tea.

Shrooms are a type of mushroom that contain hallucinogenic drugs called psilocin or psilocybin.

Shrooms are also known as magic mushrooms or simply as mushrooms.

Taking shrooms causes hallucinations and can affect a person’s thoughts and emotions.

Shrooms can be consumed in a variety of ways including:

  • eating dried mushrooms
  • consuming powdered mushrooms by injection
  • steeping mushrooms as tea
  • cooking with dried or powdered mushroom
  • adding powdered mushroom to juice and other beverages
  • taking a capsule of powdered mushroom