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Kg. of body weight. (Schultes & Hofmann, 1973). by comparison, has a minimum effective dose of 200 mg. 5 times that of psilocybin (Aboul-Enein, 1974). The state of mind induced by a full dose of mushrooms is one of euphoria and calm lucidity, with no loss of coherency or clarity of thought. The hallucinations seen with the eyes closed are colorful, hard-edged, and highly articulated, and may range from abstract geometrical forms to visions of fantastic landscapes and architectural vistas. These hallucinations are most intense when the mushroom is taken in the setting preferred by the Mazatecans; inside at night in complete darkness.