Baeocystin is a naturally occurring psychedelic substance that is found in certain species of magic mushrooms. It is structurally related to psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, and is believed to have similar effects on the brain.

Baeocystin is a relatively uncommon component of magic mushrooms, and it is not found in all species. It is thought to be present in very small amounts in mushrooms that contain psilocybin, but it is not clear how much baeocystin is typically found in these mushrooms.

The effects of baeocystin are not well understood, as there has been very little research on this substance. It is believed to have psychedelic effects, similar to those of psilocybin, but the exact nature of these effects is not known. Like psilocybin, baeocystin is a controlled substance and as such conducting research on this medicine is very difficult. The few studies that have been conducted on baeocystin have primarily focused on identifying its presence in magic mushrooms and characterizing its chemical structure.

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