Question by  kissamedeadly (133)

Where do magic mushrooms grow?


Answer by  shawdowsmom (138)

Cubensis and other varieties of "magic" mushrooms thrive in humid, warm regions of the southeast United States. They will only grow in cow dung where the cattle have not been fed commercial feed as fungicides have been added to kill the spores. Deadly mushrooms grow here also.


Answer by  JasminesDragon (19)

Mushrooms that can produce a psychedelic trip along with other types of poisonous and non poisonous mushrooms can typically be found growing under damp, fresh cow manure piles in many cow pastures.


Answer by  et (154)

If by magic, you mean hallucinogenic, then the answer is on horse or cow poop. They are usually present after a hot humid rain.


Answer by  Lisa49 (81)

There are over 180 species of mushrooms that contain Psilocybin, the active ingredient. They grow all over the world. Be very careful when picking them, as they have many poisonous and deadly lookalikes!


Answer by  Anonymous

they can grow in tufts of grass, about medium height. Most likely after a pretty nice rain. When it is warm and humid. Most likely in places where it doesn't sno in winter, but rains instead. most likely under oak tree's.


Answer by  Anonymous

they grow in six flags mountain cause i heard they threw a massive amount of phychedelic chemicals there


Answer by  Anonymous

almost anywhere in the wild


Answer by  flip2o (1220)

Well in la-la-land!

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