Mushroom Chocolate is a trendy new way to ingest psilocybin mushrooms. These mushroom chocolates are a mix of dried mushrooms (psilocybe cubanensis) powdered into melted chocolate. They are typically sold in ice tray molds and can be poured into individual chocolate candies. This method allows the chocolates to be easily separated into individual pieces and wrapped for distribution or storage.
The popularity of Mushroom Chocolate has led to a number of artisanal companies popping up selling these edibles online. The prices these companies charge for their product is often far above the cost of the ingredients needed to make them. In addition, there is no legal or regulated source for these mushroom chocolates. This makes it difficult to track the actual dosage and strain of psilocybin in them.
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Most of these artisanal sellers use the term Mushroom Chocolate to describe products that are simply a mix of dried psilocybin mushrooms (psilocybe cubanensis) into melted chocolate. The exact amount of mushrooms used varies from recipe to recipe. Some contain only a few grams, enough for a microdose, while others are designed to be trip-inducing and can contain anywhere from 10-20 grams or more of psilocybin.
To make your own Mushroom Chocolate, start by grinding the mushrooms into a fine powder using a coffee grinder. Add this powder to a bowl of melted chocolate and stir until well mixed. Pour the chocolate into ice tray or other molds and let cool until solid. This process can be accelerated by placing the chocolate in the refrigerator.