By J. K. Rowling
From the again of the airborne dirt and dust jacket: "The summer season vacation trips are dragging on and Harry Potter can't watch for the beginning of the college yr. it really is his fourth yr at Hogwarts tuition of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and there are spells to be learnt, potions to be brewed and Divination classes (sigh) to be attended. Harry is looking ahead to those: despite the fact that, different relatively unforeseen occasions are already at the march ..."
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Some were upside down. The faces appeared in all sorts of bright and even intensive colors - so intense that 1 could only liken them to flames of fire, in red, purple, green and yellow colors, like fireworks.... The entire experience lasted about six hours. No ill effects followed. There was no headache, nor any disturbance of the digestion. During the winter of 1915, a species of Panaeolus spontaneously appeared in a mushroom greenhouse in New York. These fruiting bodies were accidentally eaten together with the champignons that were cultivated there.
In this context, we must credit Mordecai Cooke (18251914), a mycologist of outstanding competence and expertise, who studied a vast number of mushrooms species, including Psilocybe semilanceata. He was the first to formulate a hypothesis about the nature of the bluing phenomenon and to point out its physiological significance ( also see p. 16, bottom right). He discovered Inocybe haemacta as well as several Panaeolus species and classified the Flammula species mentioned above. Remarkably, one of his first publications was a book of popular folk tales entitled "The Seven Sisters of Sleep" (1860), which just happened to be an interdisciplinary investigation of narcotic plants.
1%, a concentration so low, that this species would become clinically relevant only if large amounts of the mushrooms were eaten. ) Gill, a species whose lower stem area is blue. Other authors have not succeeded at confirming the presence of psilocybin in this species. 5 GYMNOPILUS PURPURATUS - MAGNIFICENT MUSHROOMS FROM SOUTH AMERICA Another controversy documented in the literature revolves around the psychoactivity of several species of the genus Gymnopilus. More than 50 years ago, in October 1942, a remarkable case of intoxication occurred m Cleveland, Ohio, which was attributed to Pholiota spectabilis.