We’ve had a great year serving our client base with the best mushroom strains we could find, and cultivate.
Looking back on our records, it seems like we have a few clear favorites in terms of the products we offer, the humble dried psilocybin mushroom.
To give any newcomers a brief overview of the strains we offer, we decide to compile a little list of what we offer to help educate you.
Let’s dive into a few strains!
As a sub-species of Psilocybe Cubensis, Penis Envy mushrooms are a widely cultivated strain that is gaining more and more popularity as news of its high potency spreads. This mushroom is not found in the wild but it shares the properties of other cubensis and grows on the same substrates. If you’re looking for a wild ride, look no further. These mushrooms are high to very high potency, meaning a little can go a really long way. 1g of dried mushrooms from this strain is usually enough for a light to moderate trip for most individuals, with higher doses generally being a catapult into higher consciousness. Dose wisely!
As a sub-species of Psilocybe Cubensis, B+ mushrooms are among the most commonly grown cultivated mushrooms in the world. It is quite large with a mid to upper mid-range of overall potency compared to other Cubensis species. This strain is ideal for beginners and intermediate trippers as it generally tends to remain within relatively predictable levels of psychoactive psilocin and psilocybin. Like other Cubensis, this strain grows on grain substrate, dung, and straw. The average psilocybin content of this mushroom is approximately 0.63% per 1g of dried weight.
Tri-Coloured Ecuadorian mushrooms are a strain of psilocybe cubensis that was first discovered in the wild Ecuadorian highlands, as the name suggests. This mushroom shares many of the same physical characteristics as its other cubensis cousins including a golden/brown cap and white stem but differs slightly in shape. This mushroom is relatively short for a cubensis but tends to grow out quite wide, making it look almost cylindrical in appearance. As with other wild cubensis strains, the average content of psilocybin for these mushrooms is approximately 0.63% psilocybin content per 1g of dried weight.
White Wizard Cubensis
Little is known about this mysterious new strain of Cubensis beyond that it seems to be a cross between several different species including Puerto-Rican, A-Strain, and possibly others. Not found in the wild, this strain is still somewhat rare as well as being one of the most potent mushrooms on the market today. It is rumored that as little as 0.5g can be felt by the average user, with trip potential as low as 1g of dried mushroom. The psilocybin content is also relatively unknown, but based on reports, it’s possible this mushroom could contain as much as 1.5%-1.9% psilocybin per 1g of dried weight or more. This mushroom is best reserved for advanced users but if you are a beginner and want to try… Start low, go slow.
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