Magic Truffles actually are not truffles, but sclerotia. The nickname comes from the fact that they grow under the ground just as the real truffles. Sclerotia are also known as Philosophers’ Stones and triprocks. Sclerotia contain both psilocin and psilocybin, the active substances in Magic Mushrooms. Find Hollandia, Utopia, Atlantis, Gallendoi, Mexican and Tampanensis magic truffles right here!
How are truffles used?
Truffles can be used in different ways. Most people just eat them. You can also make tea from them or use them as an ingredient in a dish. For example, there are also chocolate bars with truffles incorporated and most people like adding them to their pasta. You usually begin to feel the effect after half an hour after eating your dish.