Is Rooms legal and does it contain psilocybin?

Rooms does not contain psilocybin and are not considered “magic mushrooms.” Our vegan capsules contain a proprietary blend of Amanita Muscaria, Lion’s Mane, and Chaga. Known for its psychoactive properties, Amanita Muscaria is a legal psychedelic mushroom because it does not contain psilocybin.

What are the ingredients in Rooms?

Rooms capsules contain a proprietary blend of Amanita Muscaria, Lion's Mane, and Chaga encapsulated in a vegan gel capsule. This unique combination is designed to enhance cognitive function, mood, sleep quality, and potentially facilitate stronger mind, body, and spiritual experiences depending on dosage. Amanita Muscaria is included for its psychoactive properties, while Lion's Mane and Chaga contribute to overall cognitive health and well-being.

What is Amanita Muscaria?

Amanita Muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric, is a distinctive mushroom recognized for its bright red cap with white spots. Known for its psychoactive properties, Amanita Muscaria has been used in shamanic and healing rituals for centuries to induce altered states of consciousness. Unlike other psychedelic mushrooms, it is legal because it does not contain psilocybin. Instead, its effects are primarily due to compounds like muscimol and ibotenic acid, which can produce sensations of euphoria, sedation, and mild psychedelic experiences.

Does Amanita Muscaria contain psilocybin?

No, Amanita Muscaria does not contain psilocybin. Instead, its psychoactive effects are primarily attributed to compounds like muscimol and ibotenic acid. These substances interact with neurotransmitter systems in the brain, producing effects that can include altered perception, euphoria, and mild psychedelic experiences. Unlike psilocybin-containing mushrooms (commonly referred to as magic mushrooms), Amanita Muscaria is legal in many jurisdictions because it does not contain psilocybin. However, it should be consumed responsibly, and individual responses to its effects can vary widely.

Is Amanita Muscaria legal?

Amanita Muscaria is considered a legal psychedelic mushroom because it does not contain psilocybin; however, the legal status of Amanita Muscaria varies depending on your location. Unlike psilocybin-containing mushrooms (often referred to as magic mushrooms), Amanita Muscaria does not contain psilocybin and is not classified as a controlled substance in many places. Therefore, it is legal to possess and consume Amanita Muscaria in some regions where other psychedelic mushrooms may be prohibited. However, it's crucial to research and understand the laws and regulations concerning Amanita Muscaria in your specific area before obtaining or using it.

What are “magic mushrooms?”

"Magic mushrooms" is a term commonly used to refer to mushrooms that contain psychoactive compounds, most notably psilocybin and psilocin. These compounds can induce a range of effects, including altered perception, visual and auditory hallucinations, enhanced creativity, and profound introspective experiences. Magic mushrooms have a long history of use in various cultures for spiritual and healing purposes. They are typically consumed by eating them dried or fresh, brewing them into a tea, or incorporating them into food. It is important to note that the legal status of magic mushrooms varies by region, and their use should be approached with caution and respect for local laws and guidelines.

What does “microdosing” mean?

Microdosing refers to the practice of consuming very small, sub-perceptual amounts of a psychedelic substance, such as psilocybin mushrooms. The goal of microdosing is not to experience the full psychedelic effects but to gain subtle benefits that can enhance daily functioning. These benefits may include improved mood, increased creativity, enhanced focus, and reduced anxiety. Typically, a microdose is about one-tenth to one-twentieth of a standard recreational dose. As with any substance, it's important to approach microdosing responsibly and be aware of its legal status in your region.

How strong/potent are Rooms?

Each capsule is comparable to 350mg of P. Cubensis.

Each pack provides the effects equivalent to 3.5g of dried caps.

How will Rooms make me feel?

Everyone's journey with Rooms is unique and the user experience can vary from sedative to euphoric. Each Rooms capsule contains Amanita Muscaria, known for its psychoactive compounds that can induce psychedelic effects. The recommended microdose (1-2 capsules) offers an easy way to incorporate psychedelics into your wellness routine. Microdosing can improve energy, mood, creativity, and sleep without causing intense perceptual changes. Macrodosing (3+ capsules) can induce a stronger mind, body, and spiritual experience without feeling out of control. Individual responses will vary based on dosage, frequency, setting, metabolism, and brain chemistry.

How will Rooms affect me if I'm taking SSRIs or other prescription medications?

It's important to note that we are not medical professionals, so our information is based solely on customer feedback. Serotonin-regulating medications like SSRIs, antidepressants, or similar drugs may potentially interact with or reduce the effects of Rooms. SSRIs, for example, are designed to regulate serotonin levels in the brain. Introducing external forms of serotonin can disrupt this delicate balance, which SSRIs are intended to stabilize, thereby preventing shifts between elevated (manic) and lowered (depressive) states. This caution also applies to other mood-stabilizing medications such as MAOIs, SNRIs, and TCAs.

Will Rooms show up on a drug test?

In most standard drug tests such as the 5-, 8-, 10-, or 12-panel screenings, mushrooms generally do not trigger a positive result. These tests are designed to detect common drugs but are not specifically tailored to mushrooms. However, specialized tests that specifically target mushrooms do exist and are more expensive. They are typically reserved for situations where there is a strong suspicion of recent mushroom consumption or a specific need to test for them. Therefore, for most individuals undergoing standard drug tests, the presence of mushrooms in their system is typically not a concern.

When should I take Rooms?

Individual experiences will vary, but we recommend taking Rooms with water on an empty stomach to optimize absorption. Onset varies but typically ranges from 20 minutes to an hour after ingestion. Rooms can be taken any time of the day, with or without food, and our capsules are designed to be flexible to support your daily routine and unique desired journey. We're all different, so our bodies will react uniquely to Rooms.

How often can I take Rooms?

We recommend starting low (1-2 capsules), going slow, and adjusting the dosage and frequency based on your unique desired experience. It is not advisable to take Rooms daily, and a spaced-out approach is recommended to maintain their effectiveness. Microdosing schedules vary from person to person, but common regimens involve spacing doses by a few days to avoid building tolerance.

Does Rooms expire?

Rooms capsules should be consumed within 12 months. Storing Rooms in a cool, dry place is recommended to ensure optimal effectiveness.

Where does Rooms ship?

We currently ship our products worldwide and offer free shipping on all domestic orders in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.