Burmese Magic Mushrooms
Burmese Magic Mushrooms are for the philosopher. The Burmese Banger is a deep thinker, and a steady Shroom. He’s profound, and will send you on a trip of mellow self-discovery. A fun-lover, he likes to throw in wacky visuals and strong effects. He’s highly debated among psychonauts, but you’ll have to try him for yourself to see what’s in store!
Burmese Magic Mushooms Trip Report
Thirty minutes in, you’re lying on your couch. The effects don’t seem to be coming, but then you’re floating, the room filling with water. You’re sinking, but you can breathe. You aren’t afraid. The bottom of the floor gives way beneath the water pressure, and you rush through an underground channel, the sea spray buffeting you through the centre of the Earth. You’re getting warmer, the water still carrying you to your destination, god knows where. Around you, the walls of the Earth are brown, orange, yellow, turning red and glowing with heat. The gushing begins to slow, and you find yourself in an underground lake, a cave for a ceiling and stalactites growing from the ground in crazy shapes.
Trippy Crabs on Burmese Shrooms
The water splashes around them, hitting them, and sending tiny crabs scuttling to the edges of the cave. You shout, and wait for an echo. The echo comes back, but it’s not your voice. You shout again, and the same voice speaks. It’s low, friendly, telling you to lie in the water. Close your eyes. You do, and as you float you feel your arms are tingling. Your dreams are folding out in front of you. The water washes all your worries away, and the voice goes on into eternity.
Burmese Magic Mushroom Information
CAP: The Banger’s cap is 25-50mm in size, convex to broadly convex, turning plane in maturity. It’s a reddish, cinnamon brown that ages to a golden brown in colour, and sometimes even a light yellow with white edges. The surface is dry, with white flesh that bruises bluish green.
GILLS: The gill attachment is adnate to adnexed, and a greyish colour turning almost black at maturity.
STEM: The stem on this Shroom is 150mm in length. It’s yellow, bruising a bluish green colour when injured. At maturity, the membranous annulus becomes dusted with purple-brown spores.
SPORES: The spores are dark purplish brown in colour, and are subellipsoid on four-spored basidia.
HABITAT: The Burmese Banger enjoys a subtropical environment. He’s a dung-lover, like most of his brothers, and
Disclaimer: Effects are listed for entertainment purposes only according to the estimated average response of most users. Make sure you’re aware and fully informed of the dosage and mushroom type before using these spores for microscopy research. Do not use magic mushrooms or illegal substances. Do not combine mushrooms with medications, drive under the influence of mushrooms, or use if you are depressed/have psychotic tendencies. We do not wish anyone to act in conflict with their local laws.