• Psilocybin Mushroom Cultivation

  • The Complete Guide to Grow Indoor and Outdoor Your Magic Mushrooms. Discover Safe Use and After-Effects of Psichedelics Mushroom and How Hallucinogenic Plant Works
  • By: Pablo Medicine
  • Narrated by: Sam Riley
  • Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)

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Psilocybin Mushroom Cultivation

By: Pablo Medicine
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Publisher's Summary

If you want to experience the effect and healing power of this plant in total safety, then keep reading... 

While most people think mushroom is only a vegetable, they have been an integral part of medicine from a long time. 

Sacred mushrooms have been used for healing patients in the ancient times, even before modern medicine started considering them as an option. There has always been a great skepticism against mushrooms, as with marijuana a few years ago. 

Why psilocybin mushrooms could be important?

Recently, studies by researchers have found that psilocybin mushrooms have a high affinity for several serotonin receptors, located in numerous areas of the brain, including the cerebral cortex and thalamus. This proves that psilocybin mushrooms can be an effective cure for mental health diseases. 

This is not a beginner guide on how to pick/harvest mushrooms in the enchanted forest. This is a guide to have a complete vision about this amazing mushroom! 

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The title does not match the content

This book should be named something like "general guidelines for mushroom cultivation and many many chapters talking about the benefits of mushrooms in general." Seriously if you are looking for a guide to grow magic shooms look elsewhere.

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Not Impressed

The information was decent, however, the title seems misleading. Narration is awful and robotic. would have much rather bought a physical copy to read.

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Not specific to psilocybe cubensis at all

Reads like a translated instruction manual about very general mushroom growing. Very disappointing purchase for anyone that has English as a first language

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“Psilocybin”…REALLY?!

This book has much more to do with culinary mushrooms. 4 chapters in and I’m still waiting to pick up some information that the title claims. Not worth the effort unless you cook or need cancer relief.

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Nothing to do with magic mushrooms

This book has nothing to do with growing magic mushrooms. The book is about eatable mushrooms you would find in a meal at a restaurant!

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Don’t waste your time

seriously. I’m a legit amateur and this is the worst book you could pick up if you want to read about actual cultivation

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Very misleading

The introductory chapter is red by a probably native English-speaking person. However as a chapters go on it turns to a robot by about chapter 8. It also becomes really poorly written. It sounds like someone in China gathered a bunch of information from the internet and slapped it together. I was hoping for much better with so many reviews. I have a feeling that was part of the scam. It's a bad book. Don't buy it. I'm hoping audible removes it. also, this is the worst review I've ever written. The book was that bad.

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Title deceiving. Not informative

Methods on growing are sparse. Not good at all. Would not recommend at all. Pass

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DO NOT BUY

This book must have been translated from another language. Absolutely awful and blatantly repetitive in its use of what they must believe are "famcy words".. Does not provide ANY info about actually growing psilocybin mushrooms. Very misleading. Waste of a credit. Clearly the reviews are written by someone whos first language is not english. this and other titles like it should be removed immediately.

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Extraordinary audiobook

Extraordinary and enlightening. Composed with an unprejudiced uplifting frame of mind. I particularly like the start. I like that it's finished with appreciation and with the expectation of otherworldliness.