PSYCHEDELIC MUSHROOM STRAINS
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ABOUT PSYCHEDELIC MUSHROOM STRAINS
Scientists believe there are 1.5 to 5 million different species of fungi. Naturally, a certain subset of the fungal species are the kind that contain psychoactive compounds, such as psilocybin. There are hundreds of these subsets, so determining the strongest psychedelic mushroom strains can be challenging. Let’s take a look at what the experts say below!
Psychedelic Mushroom Spores Legality
In 47 out of 50 states, psychedelic mushrooms are perfectly legal. Users can buy, sell and own psilocybin mushroom spores for research purposes only. However, it is illegal in nearly all jurisdictions to cultivate magic mushrooms. Psilocybin spores are never to be cultivated.
The only exception is in New Mexico, where it remains legal to grow mushrooms as long as no steps are taken to preserve the mushrooms. Make sure to familiarize yourself with your local psychedelic spore laws before placing an order. Psilocybin mushroom spores are currently illegal in California, Georgia and Idaho.
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WHAT IS THE STRONGEST PSYCHEDELIC MUSHROOM STRAIN?
Widely considered to be the magic mushroom with the highest concentration of psilocybin, Psilocybe azurescens, is rarely found outside of nature. Azurescens only grow along Oregon and Washington’s coastal region. Unlike cubensis, it typically grows in mature/pasteurized soil in an environment with a high lignin content, such as grass or wood. These fungi will only be spotted during the latter months of the year, from October to December. This is because Psilocybe azurescens thrives in cold weather below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Cubensis, meanwhile, prefers temperatures above 70 degrees. In nature, these fungi are located in tightly packed clusters of mature fruit, featuring a small 30-100 millimeter cap. The cap’s shape is often what leads to it being referred to as the “flying saucer”. Caps are caramel colored, sitting atop a thin and pale stem. Mycologists have documented its extreme propensity for bruising colorfully due to its high psilocybin content. When air comes into contact with psilocybin, a chemical reaction occurs which changes its color. This is exactly why these fungi end up being blue or purple. Psilocybe azurescens typically bruises either a dark blue or black color.
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