The Psilocybe semilanceata, commonly referred to as a freedom cap, is a psychedelic magic mushroom that contains psychoactive psychacybin and baeocystine compounds. It is the most common psilocybin mushroom in the world and, despite its small size, is considered to be moderately active and extremely potent in nature.
A saprobial fungus, Psilocybe seminal, means that nutrients are broken down by organic matter.
Champagne grows on the planet on its own or in groups, usually in fields and pastures. It is often discovered in fields fertilized from sheep or cow dung, although it does not typically grow directly on dung.