The main ingredient in magic mushrooms is psilocybin, which have chemical compositions such as 4-phosphoryloxy-N, N-dimethyltryptamine. It is a classification of the psychedelic family which is a renowned group of drugs used in hallucinogenic tryptamines and such drugs. The main story of how this Psilocybin actually becomes a real-time consideration is interesting. It has been used for brain-related disorders with great success. Research has shown that long ago people thought of it as a brain changing drug.
We now have over 100 species of hallucinogenic Shrooms that have been categorized and recognized. Research shows these species contain Psilocybin, including the other species of psilocybin, coenocyte, panaeolus of mushrooms. These species of magic mushrooms do not share a common habitat but they actually grow and are found in different parts of the world.
The DMN in our brains is responsible for numerous mental activities such as thinking about the past/future and self-reflection. With an over-stimulated DMN, our mental thoughts may often lead to those of a depressed or anxious state. Since microdosing has been proven to slow down the activity of our DMN, it causes humans to naturally think in new ways which would otherwise be inaccessible to us. These new thought patterns help remove and forget about depressive thoughts altogether and allow people to be present in the current moment. This can also help people that suffer with PTSD, as they often are stuck in repetitive thought patterns.