Magic truffles can alter you perception of reality.
should be taken only when over 18 years old (we recommend 21 years and older). This page is not to promote the use of magic truffles or to engage in illegal activities. The information is solely for informational purposes. Since there is a lot of incorrect information on the web, we try and make things clear. Obtaining and consuming magic truffles is on your own risk. No rights can be derived from this information.
Always plan your magic truffles trip a few days ahead. This is not a party drug. There are certain precautions that you should take especially when you have never had an experience with the psychedelic truffles.
Drink plenty of water to keep hydrated. How nice the effects of truffles can be, your body recognizes the active ingredients as toxins. Your body needs water to remove these chemicals from your system. Caution: Do not think that if you do not drink water that the effects will last longer or will be intensified. Your body will just take water from other places in your system because the removal of this toxin will be a priority. The consequence is that you will dehydrate and this can be very dangerous.
Do not use alcohol or other drugs before, during or after your trip. This is so important that we repeat this statement. One of the effects of magic truffles is that your mind jumps from one thought to the other in high speed. Alcohol slows down your reaction speed and will be responsible for your thoughts to start running in loops. This is extremely unpleasant and can easily cause a bad trip. Also, when using alcohol you will dehydrate easily.
Go to where the magic truffles will bring you. The effects of magic truffles can be mind-blowing. This means that your senses work on a higher frequency when intoxicated. You will have experiences that you would normally not see or realize. These visions are often enigmatic and are not always what they seem. The beauty lies in puzzles. This can by frightening at times, but just go with it and don't try to fight it. Blocking will work against you.
What makes people different depends greatly on their background. No person is alike and it is the same with their needs when they are tripping. Some love to chat, others prefer to be silent. One wants to make love, while another doesn’t even want to be touched at all. It is good to be able to communicate about this at forehand and you will now understand the importance of surrounding yourself with people you like and trust.
The effects of magic truffles come and go in waves. This is also noticeable in how one undergoes the strength of the trip. It can happen at a certain point in your trip that it might feel that the effects are fading. Do not eat more magic truffles to increase the effects again! After only a few minutes you will find the effects to increase again without having to do anything.
When you take our advice to heart, the chances of “going bad” are greatly minimized. However, it might occur that a person in your group didn’t follow our rules so strictly. When a person will have a bad trip you will notice it. This person will start reacting very anxiously, extremely paranoid or sometimes even hysterical or violent. Here is some advice on how to deal with this situation. It is best that the person that is sober (the sitter) will take care of this person.
- Never lose the person out of sight, for he or she can suddenly try to take off. This person should never be and feel left alone.
- Seek a quiet place where this person can sit or lie down. Have him or her focus on breathing calmly.
- Give the person sweet things to drink and perhaps to eat as well. After a few minutes the effects of the magic truffles will slowly start to get milder.
- A bad trip generally last just as long as a regular trip. For the person in question it might feel that it will never pass. Comfort lies in convincing them it will all be soon over. Again, having them to take sweet beverages will help to decrease the length of the trip.
- When you think after a while that you have done the best you can do and this person is getting unmanageable you will need to get in contact with the emergency services. In Europe this number is 112. In the United States it is 911. Always be completely honest to the services in what is happening to the victim and what this person took as intoxicants.
For more information you can call (anonymously) the drugs information desk. They are available 24/7 (in the Netherlands) on 0900-1995 (€ 0.10 p/min)