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Comparing… mushrooms and truffles…

psilocybin truffles have “a lot of psilocybin but little psilocin.” This hypothesis is corroborated in the literature.

…, Pellegrini et al. reported: “…no trace of psilocin could be found at least at the limit of the detection of the assay” (0.3 µg per 100 mg truffles). In stark contrast, a 2019 study… found that a sample of truffles… contained 1.9 mg of psilocybin and 10.5 mg of psilocin.

Original Article (Psychedelic Science):
Comparing psilocybin mushrooms and truffles: how are they different?
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