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There's no denying that sex on magic mushrooms can be a truly mind-expanding experience.  For many people, it's a revelation.

What to Expect When You Have Sex on Mushrooms

The active ingredient in shrooms, psilocybin, alters our perception and makes us more receptive to new experiences. It opens us up. The heightened senses and increased awareness can lead to a deeper connection with your partner and a more intense sexual experience. 

People describe it as "enhancing the cosmic feeling of oneness". They can make you feel more connected to your partner, which can lead to deeper intimacy. And since they lower your inhibitions, you may find yourself trying new things in the bedroom. 

True to its psychedelic nature, you will likely experience visuals and auditory hallucinations, which can also be quite intoxicating, providing an added element of excitement (...or terror).

How does that work?

Shrooms contain compounds that can increase relaxation and sensitivity. This can mean that you'll be more aroused and responsive to stimulation.  Similar to other drugs like LSD, shrooms are thought to produce most of their effects by acting on neural highways in the brain that use the neurotransmitter serotonin. 

Serotonin plays a key role in such body functions as mood, sleep, digestion, nausea, wound healing, bone health, blood clotting and sexual desire.

Psychedelic drug users throughout the ages have described their experiences as mind-expanding. But psilocybin actually decreases blood flow as well as connectivity between some key areas of the brain that control perception, cognition and our sense of self. The same areas can be overactive in people who suffer from depression. The theory is, shrooms can help re-wire those connections in the long term to help with these mood disorders. 

By changing these communication patterns in the brain, shrooms can help break some of the negative spiraling thoughts characteristic of people with depression and anxiety. In a sense, freeing your mind to make new connections. 

And back to sex for a moment,  this muting effect in certain areas of the brain can help you get out of your head and into the moment, making for a more enjoyable experience. A reduction in anxiety can help you feel more relaxed, which is good for sex. 

Beyond the physical effects, mushrooms also have the ability to create a sense of emotional closeness and intimacy.  Magic mushrooms are entheogens, which are "psychoactive substances that induce alterations in perception, mood, consciousness, cognition, or behavior for the purposes of engendering spiritual development". That ability to produce and elevate spiritual connection can help you tap into a higher state of consciousness during the act.

Keep in mind, It's also perfectly possible for the reverse to be true - people can and do experience anxiety and paranoia, which would make the sexual experience anything but fun. 

What do people say about having sex of mushrooms?

Many psychonauts have had powerful psychedelic sexual experiences. There are mountains of experience reports over at Erowid on people having sex all sorts of substances, including mushrooms. Some positive, some negative, some just meh. 

"We ended up falling all over each other. At one point he had me curled up in his arms and said something like that he had all of me; I felt very small and delicate and safe, and thought that he felt very strong and protective. Snuggling turned into touching and eventually sex. At one point, he actually said the exact words I wrote in a letter to him that I never sent - “I just want all of you.” I felt like I was going to come just from him putting his finger on my G-spot, not even moving. I didn’t feel guilty or like I was bad at sex, I felt like he genuinely enjoys enjoying me. We made love on the forest floor in a beam of sunlight, and he laid me down and looked at me and said my name and told me I was beautiful. I felt like a goddess."

"By now I was nearing the end of the peak and we had just had our little 'moment' and I'll leave out the details but we ended up getting 'very close.' It felt like pure ecstasy like the most love any human could ever give and receive. I remember at certain points, it was like we were sending and receiving, more like exchanging, our energy through our lips and our 'lower parts.' Each movement was so fluid and felt natural like we were wild animals and it was instinct. I remember at one point, I kept smelling her perfume which was EXTREMELY reminiscent of a childhood memory of which I could not figure out exactly what it was. I kept smelling it and suddenly I experienced Synesthesia. I was physically feeling the scent of her on my chest it felt like my chest and arms were shape shifting like kind of wavy and it is very hard to explain to others who have not experienced it as it was for me to understand synesthesia before feeling this."

"Sexual conduct during a mushroom trip is both good and bad. It feels totally amazing to touch another human while tripping. Actual intercourse seems to be somewhat impossible, simply because it would be hard to get my body to move in the way it would have to. Everything feels slowed down, and I move very slowly."

Getting sexual on shrooms doesn't always mean a partner and intercourse. Being alone is an important part of everyone’s sexual and psychedelic evolution. Many people report the experience itself can produce intense sexual feelings... 

"I was just laying down, touching the sheets when something was triggered. My whole body started slowly to glow, to vibrate with sexual energy, which eventually built up into this powerful, raw, sexual force. I started to rock my body, and, like I was being fucked by some invisible godly force, I came. Okay, now this didn't just happen once. It happened CONTINUALLY for at least four hours. Everything was getting me off - touching pretty much anything was immensely erotic and even walking was pretty much impossible because it was so stimulating that I'd have to stop to orgasm. I was in a near constant daze/bliss, of coming and almost immediately getting aroused again. I felt like this sexual deviant, a nymphomaniac, ready to ravage anyone who got in my way. Fortunately (perhaps?), only my boyfriend was around, and he made a valiant effort to keep pace. It was amazing because I'd been feeling very sexually defunct lately and this - well, I guess it was a reminder of what is possible in this crazy, sexy world." 

How to Prepare for Having Sex on Shrooms

First off, you probably don't want your first time on shrooms to be during sex. Maybe get acquainted with the effects before taking it to the bedroom. Equally, you probably don't want your first time having sex to be on mushrooms! Although that may make for a good campfire story later. 

When you do decide you want to integrate shrooms in the bedroom,  start with a small dose the first time and see how you feel during the experience. You can always opt for a bigger dose next time once you have a couple of notches on the mushroom bed post. 

For a full breakdown on ways to consumer shrooms check out this handy guide.

Practice and experience (with both things),  proper set and setting, and the right trusted partner are key. Also, don't feel like you have to commit. If things take a different course to the plan, go with it. 

Gauge how you're reacting reacting to the mushroom. Sometimes you just don't feel like it.  In some cases, a mushroom may show you that simply looking into the eyes of your lover can be an intense sexual experience. The experience doesn’t have to strictly be reserved for sex...

"I didn't want to get it on, I remember thinking that clearly because before I took them I was wondering if I'd get all horny. But the literal last thing that was on my mind was sex. It didn't sound appealing in the least. It actually seemed very insignificant and stupid. I wanted to laugh at sex because it seemed so stupid to me picturing people doing it. I kept thinking about the world and it's problems but I wasn't depressed. I was literally in the middle of my high and I was loving it. Charlie understood EXACTLY my train of thoughts though and I remember being skeptical. Like, it seemed weird that that could happen; that two different people could be on the same wavelength like that. It amazed me and I thought it was beautiful. I didn't want to touch. I wanted to be just myself. I felt independent and I felt very very at peace. I felt like I had figured out what I finally wanted to do with my life. We took a picture of the ceiling with stick on stars and it seems so silly but we stared at it forever making designs out of it. I still thought all of this was so beautiful."

Risks of having sex on Mushrooms

It goes without saying you want to be with someone you trust, and in a good set and setting to minimize any bad trip potential.  

Shrooms can obviously sometimes cause anxiety or paranoia, so just be mindful of your feelings and don't force anything. 

Other than that, there are no real risks associated with having sex on mushrooms. 

What about Functional Mushrooms and Sex?

Cordyceps 

In India and China, Cordyceps sinensis has been used as an aphrodisiac for centuries. Also known as “Himalayan Viagra,” it’s a rare fungus that gets inside a ghost moth caterpillar burrowed in the soil for the winter, then slowly consumes and digests it from within. Sounds gross, but this mushroom is a powerhouse. 

Legend has it that Tibetan yak herders noticed their yaks had more energy and vitality when they ate cordyceps. Now in the west people have been using it as a coffee replacement and an alternative to pharmaceuticals for combating sexual dysfunction. 

Cordyceps supports blood flow and oxygen supply, and studies have found it supports blood circulation in the penis and increases sperm count and quality. 

Cordyceps is one of the hero ingredients in our microdose gummy mojo

Reishi

Great for the brain, emotional well-being, and the immune system, reishi can help the body become more resilient to stress—which can pose a huge problem for sexual performance.  Reishi powder and dried reishi are readily available at health food stores and online. 

Final Thoughts

Of course, it's important to be safe when engaging in any type of drug use, including mushroom use.  Whether you're looking to spice up your sex life or explore new levels of intimacy, sex on mushrooms is definitely an option. Just be sure to take things slow and start with a small dose, as psilocybin can be unpredictable.

Stay safe, be smart, and proceed with caution, enthusiasm, and an open mind. With a little preparation and care, you may have an experience that you'll never forget.

 

 

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