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Magic mushrooms Capsules are mushrooms Capsules that contain hallucinogens – usually psilocybin Mushroom Capsules and psilocybin. Taking magic mushrooms may cause you to see, hear or feel things that are not there, or to experience anxiety, fear, nausea and muscle twitches accompanied by increased heart rate and blood pressure. In some cases, the consumption of magic mushrooms can lead to “bad trips” or “flashbacks”.
The production, sale and possession of magic mushrooms is illegal in Canada.
There is increasing interest in the potential therapeutic uses of psilocybin. At this time, there are no approved therapeutic products containing psilocybin in Canada. Clinical trials are the most appropriate and effective way to advance research with unapproved drugs such as psilocybin while protecting the best interests of patients.
Magic mushrooms have been used for thousands of years. There are over 200 species of magic mushrooms. Since many species look alike, it can be hard to tell the different species of mushrooms apart. It is possible for people to consume poisonous mushrooms, mistaking them for magic mushrooms.
The active ingredients in magic Mushroom Capsules are chemicals called psilocybin and psilocybin. Both of these substances are controlled under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA), meaning activities such as sale, possession, production, etc. of these substances are illegal unless authorised through, for example, a clinical trial and a licence or an exemption, granted by Health Canada’s Office of Controlled Substances. Psilocybin and psilocybin are hallucinogens that produce effects similar to LSD. Individuals using magic Mushroom Capsules experience hallucinations and an altered state of consciousness. Effects appear within 15-45 minutes and usually last for four to six hours.
The strength of magic mushrooms can vary greatly. One mushroom may have different concentrations of the active ingredients compared to another and consequently the effects of the magic mushroom can depend on the dose and type of mushroom used.
Magic mushrooms may be sold illegally as either dried whole mushrooms or as a powder. People may choose to take the mushrooms in many ways, including:
- eaten raw or cooked
- ground up and used to make tea or mixed in a beverage
- swallowed as capsules
- sniffed up the nose (snorted), when in a powder
Magic mushrooms should never be injected intravenously.
Psilocybin and psilocybin can also be sold illegally as a powder or in tablets or capsules and can be produced in illegal labs. The content of drugs produced illegally is not tested and may contain other dangerous substances.
Uses of Magic Mushroom Capsules
At this time, there are no approved therapeutic products containing psilocybin in Canada or elsewhere. There is ongoing research looking at the potential of psilocybin to treat various mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and problematic substance use. Health Canada encourages Canadians seeking support for these disorders to talk with their health care provider about options available to them. Free virtual resources and services for mental health and substance use issues are also available 24/7 through Wellness Together Canada.
Clinical trials are the most appropriate and effective way to advance research with unapproved drugs such as psilocybin. Clinical trials ensure that the best interests of patients are protected and that a product is administered in accordance with national and international ethical, medical, and scientific standards. Clinical trials also provide important information on the safety of a drug and whether it may be an effective treatment option for patients.
Health Canada’s Clinical Trials Database lists all clinical trials that have been authorised in Canada, including clinical trials involving psilocybin.
Research organisations, academic or health care professionals who may wish to conduct a clinical trial in Canada are encouraged to read the Guidance Document for Clinical Trial Sponsors: Clinical Trial Applications for more information on how to apply for a clinical trial authorisation.
Companies or organisations that are interested in conducting activities with controlled substances such as psilocybin or magic mushrooms must also have a licence or exemption from Health Canada.
Effects of magic mushrooms
Using magic mushrooms can lead to short-term mental and physical effects.
Magic mushrooms may cause heightened emotions and senses, and people may feel happy and creative. They may laugh or giggle a lot, and experience a sense of mental and emotional clarity.
Magic mushrooms can also cause hallucinations and affect people by:
- distorting their sense of reality (they see and hear things that are not there)
- mixing up their senses (they believe they can see music or hear colours)
- altering their sense of time
Some of the negative mental effects of taking psilocybin include:
- changes in mood
- anxiety and panic attacks
- confusion and disorientation
- fear or paranoia
Taking magic mushrooms can produce:
- numbness, particularly in the face
- increased heart rate and blood pressure
- dry mouth, sometimes leading to nausea and vomiting
- muscle weakness and twitching, or convulsions
- exaggerated reflexes
- sweating and high body temperature, often followed by chills and shivering
- loss of urinary control