Glow In The Dark Fungus

This is some trippy shit. Glow-in-the-dark mushrooms found in Japan.

During the season of rains in certain regions of Japan, the forests begin to fill with small lights: in the trunks of the trees and the humid ground hundreds of bioluminescent fungi grow, that thanks to a chemical reaction produced by an enzyme, emit a light that shines in a greenish tone.

I’m sure the late Albert Hofmann would have approved.

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  1. Sweeet………..

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