List of psychoactive substances derived from artificial fungi biotransformation

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List of psychoactive substances derived from artificial fungi biotransformation. These are novel psychedelics with no human safety data available.

Substrates suspected to produce neurotoxic compounds

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Adding 5-MeO-DMT or 5-HO-DMT (bufotenin) to psilocybin mushroom substrate is strongly discouraged.

These modifications create 4-PO-5-MeO-DMT and 4-PO-5-HO-DMT (psilomethoxin), respectively. Compared to related indoles and tryptamines lacking substitutions at the 5,6-position, these new molecules might possess neurotoxic or convulsive properties due to their structure, suggesting potentially shared negative effects.

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