Magic mushrooms in Wisconsin

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Hey I live on a dairy farm in Wisconsin and was looking to hunt hallucinogenic mushrooms for a little extra money to put me through college. If anyone knows of any kinds besides fly agaric that grow in Wisconsin please tell me.

May 14, 2012 at 2:24 pm
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Martijn Schirp (12,650)A (@martijn) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

Just a cautionary note: make sure you know what you are doing, it’s quite easy to mix them up and the result isn’t always pleasant. It might be better, faster, safer and more profitable to grow your own (there is tons of literature on this on the web).

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Anonymous (2,832) (@) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

I don’t think there are any in wisconsin. What you could do is buy a syringe of some spores and inject them on some of your fresh cow pies in your pasture. These are how they naturally grow in florida, but you’d have to do some research on strains, and you’d basically need to start now.

But as martijn said, don’t go picking them yourself – mushrooms are very easily mistaken between species.

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Andrew (0) (@Andrew-Priepke) 4 months ago ago

Amanitas is aform that grows all over northern wi during cool rainy seasons

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Andrew (0) (@Andrew-Priepke) 4 months ago ago

‚Äčindians used these for arthritis…fly trapps….and of all things raindeer bait cuz the raindeer get the same effects as us and they freekin love them…raw or cooked they are harmless …some effects raw but chemical change takes place when dried naturaly and multiplies effects and potency drastically!!  Higher doses needed…this is not cylocybin!!! Completetly different! Do your homework!!! But from my knowledge there are red  ..orange …yellow…and brown…


Yellow and orange and brown grow in northern wisconsin and no other species that could potentialy be mistaken for them grow there

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Andrew A. (201) (@biga69) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

Ya I’ve basically resigned to the fact that what I will have to do is to buy the syringes of the spores. And I have spent my life in the pastures and the woods and know a lot of the poisonous mushrooms and the good one and what to stay away from and what are good to eat. Thanks anyways guys.

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Anonymous (2,832) (@) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

@biga69, just be careful as growing them is a felony…

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Cody (472) (@versai) 4 years, 6 months ago ago

Yea I live in Wisco too and you won’t find any wild ones around here… But you live on a farm, I’m jealous. You’ll be able to get away with growing pretty much anything. I think 1/5 farms around my town are also the families that sell grass.

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Andrew (0) (@Andrew-Priepke) 4 months ago ago

Negative!

Amanitas grow in northern wis.

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Jeremy (0) (@Jeremy-Schmidt2) 8 months, 3 weeks ago ago

There are hallucinogenic mushrooms in Wisconsin. We use to harvest them from a buddy’s farm in high school. And I am psychedelic enthusiast not some shmuck that doesn’t know what trippings about.

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