* SECOND: are you sure that you were taking psilocybe mushrooms and not some other kind (for example Amanita's?) * THIRD: I ask this because, i never heard about such a intensely physical response. * Lots of people -- including -- myself (on LSD) have had nasty experiences on psychedelics. And it is not uncommon (as with me) that they can echo for some time. But as I said, your case looks quite extreme to me.
I'm afraid I cant come up with an instant solution. Have you talked over your problems with other people (friends, your doctor)? Do you have any idea what may cause / have caused your panic attacks? Talk online to other visitors of magic-mushrooms.net. These stories stress the importance of the right place, right people and right dose. Serach erowid for articles about Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric) About the risks of taking mushrooms. Topics: The system criminalises users, Poisoning, Are they real magic mushrooms? Shop for magic mushroom books, psychedelic music and DVDs. Shop for magic mushroom books, psychedelic music and DVDs. So, I moved out of my house and in the process of moving I found a half ounce of shrooms that I had forgotten about.
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