Chocolate is a popular way to take magic mushrooms because it masks the mushroom taste and aroma. It also has some benefits of its own: it’s high in antioxidants and flavanols, and can boost cognitive function. This recipe is easy to follow and can be customized for personal preference by adding or subtracting ingredients.
The first step is to melt the shroom chocolate. You can do this over a pot of simmering water or using a double boiler. Be sure not to overheat the chocolate, as it will become grainy and lose its texture. After the chocolate is melted, it’s time to add the mushroom powder. Be sure to mix it thoroughly, as you don’t want clumps of mushroom in the finished product.
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Once the psilocybin is evenly mixed in, the chocolate can be poured into molds. It’s important to use the same number of chocolate pieces for each batch, as this helps ensure consistency in dosages. For a microdose, one chocolate equals about 1 gram of mushrooms. For a trip, the dosage can be up to 10 grams of mushrooms per chocolate.
This recipe is a great option for those who don’t have access to magic mushroom extracts, or prefer not to risk losing or ruining their edibles with the acidic extract. It’s also an excellent choice for beginners who are new to taking psychedelics, as it can help manage anxiety and stress associated with trying a new experience. Ultimately, though, a more effective way to manage these symptoms is through therapy and mental health treatment.