Truffles

The truffle is actually a sclerotium and is a hallucinogenic stimulant.

Sclerotium is a combination of mycelial threads (hyphae). These wires are underground. A drop in temperature and an increase in moisture (dew) creates an ideal climate from which a mushroom can grow. If the climate is not yet ideal, the mycelial threads form a sclerotium; the truffle. This truffle is formed to store nutrients and serves as a buffer so that, when the climate is ideal, a mushroom can develop. This truffle is underground and contains the active substances psilocybin and psilocin. Psilocybin is converted in the body to psilocin. Psilocin is a hallucinogenic substance that has an effect on the serotonin balance in the brain. Serotonin is a chemical in the brain that receives signals about self-confidence, sleep, emotion, sexual activity and appetite. Psilocin, a classified entheogenic alkaloid, has a "magical" effect on this serotonin balance. This creates the well-known hallucinogenic trip.

Magic truffles contain the following nutritional values: