A psychedelic mushroom visual, with some acid visuals, is the visual representation of acid visuals that are sometimes accompanied by psychedelic music.
It is the most common psychedelic visuals used to accompany psychedelic music and is often accompanied by a psychedelic soundtrack.
The psychedelic mushroom images usually contain a mushroom with a bright green or orange hue, and are typically accompanied by some kind of psychedelic music, such as jazz, pop, or electronic music.
A psychedelic mushroom is usually made by cutting a thin strip of the mushroom, and then sticking it into a container of acid.
This produces an image of the drug in a clear glass bottle.
You can find the acid visuals for hallucinogens on the Psychedelic Art Project website.
Psychedelic visuals are often used in visualizations to show how hallucinogenic drugs can affect the human body and mind, or as part of a hallucinogen-induced hallucinosis.
If you would like to know more about psychedelics and hallucinogenesis, check out the Psy-Pharm website, which includes a wide range of information on psychedelic science, research, and clinical applications.