About Cambodian Creeper
Cambodian creeper is a famous strain from, you guessed it, cambodia! The renowned psychonaut and mycologist John Allen brought this strain to the west. According to legend, this strain was found at the Angkor complex just outside Siem Reap. Ankor Wat is a notable archaeological site because it is the largest religious complex of all time, containing over one thousand buildings. Angkor Wat sits in the middle of the ancient city of Angkor, which was the seat of the Khmer Empire. This intricately designed and carved city of splendour was at its height from 800 – 1400 CE. To think that this strain of Psilocybe Cubensis grew in this environment is a testament to the depths of time to which magic mushrooms and humanity’s relationship reaches.
Effects of Cambodian Creeper
The effect of Cambodian Creeper is generally on the potent side of the spectrum. Users experience slight visual waviness or fractals, with an increase in creative pursuit. If you’re looking for a type of mushroom that can help you stay on task and also offer profound thinking moments, this might be the perfect strain for you to try.
Ways to ingest magic mushrooms
Everybody has their favourite method. There are several easy methods. The first thing you will need is a scale for accurate dosing. You want the scale to have at least accuracy to one decimal point. That way, you can weigh out portions to the tenth of a gram. Next, weigh out your preferred dose. If this is your first time using magic mushrooms, please start with one gram or less. If you get anxious in new situations, the best route is to start with 0.1 or 0.2 grams.
Different methods of ingestion
Now that you have your dose prepared, there are different ways to ingest. Some people like to just chew ’em up and swallow them right then and there. Some others don’t like the taste of raw magic mushrooms, so instead they put them on toast and coat them in peanut butter to mask the taste. Others put them on pizza. The best way is to combine them with something that fully takes over the taste. Disclaimer – shrooms do not taste good. Another popular method is to steep them, like tea, and drink the tea. Some people then eat the dregs after for full effect. If you don’t know how to make shroom tea, you can just buy some that is already prepared, with instructions included, here.
Set and Setting
There are two things which are of the utmost importance when embarking upon a magic mushroom experience, and they are set, and setting. Set is a shortened version of mindset, and this refers to the users expectations, mood, and thought patterns going into the experience. The setting refers to the physical and social environment the a user is surrounded with on this journey. Both of these factors are major contributors to whether or not your trip is a positive or negative experience. You want to be somewhere that you consider safe, and surrounded only by people you truly trust. A loud concert with thousands of people, a party where you only know a few people, or being somewhere that you have never been before are all variables that can come into play when your sense of self and security is playing hide and seek.
Above all, be safe
The most important thing in psychedelics is to stay safe. Your sanity is precious. These spiritual and potent substances should always be approached with caution, and above all, respect. This is not a party drug. Start with a small dose to understand the effects, especially if you are not accompanied by a sober sitter. Always be sure to be aware of your family medical history, and some people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder in the family may want to approach these substances with even more caution. If you are unsure, please consult a medical professional before making any decisions.
Be careful combining shrooms with other psychoactive substances like alcohol or cannabis.
Microdose: 0.25 – 0.50 gram
Low dose: 0.50 – 1 gram
Medium dose: 1 – 2 gram
High dose: 2.5 – 5 gram
Heroic dose: 5 – 10 gram
God dose: 10 gram upward