Poisoning by mushrooms containing bufotenin, psilocin, and psilocybin
The mushrooms that contain a substance such as bufotenin are fly agarics. However, poisoning will occur only if a person eats too many such mushrooms, or his body is very weakened. As a result of the effect of bufotenin on the body, a person experiences hallucinations, hysteria, euphoria and delirium.
Psilocybe mushrooms contain psilocin and psilocybin. An example of such mushrooms is psilocybe semi-lanceolate , psilocybe blue , etc.
A person encounters the first signs of drug intoxication half an hour or an hour after eating such mushrooms. The person begins to see hallucinations that can last up to two hours. As a result of the systematic use of such mushrooms, a person has a mental disorder, depression, and there is a possibility of suicide.