Dried shrooms are basically psilocybin mushrooms that have been cultivated to perfection and put through a drying process. They can be mixed with most food and beverages, with some creating tweaked recipes to incorporate them into the food. There are also so many magic mushrooms around the world, and one of the most famous ones is the Psilocybe Cubensis. These mushrooms are commonly seen in many countries because they can easily find an environment to grow.
How to store dry shrooms
Fresh psilocybin mushrooms can be stored in the fridge for around two weeks at 2–4°C. In this environment, it’s best to keep them in a paper bag or perforated plastic bag to prevent moisture from building up. If you’re planning on ingesting them sooner rather than later, then this is a viable course of action. However, set and setting are critical to a positive mushroom experience. By drying them out and saving them for the right occasion—such as a camping trip in the forest—you’ll optimise the experience.