Psilocybe Cyanescens For Sale Online
Buy Psilocybe Cyanescens With Paypal online. Psilocybe cyanescens, sometimes known as wavy caps or the strong Psilocybe, is a potent hallucinogenic mushroom species. Psilocybin and psilocin are primarily responsible for the mushroom’s psychedelic effects.
It belongs to the Hymenogastraceae family. In 1946, Elsie Wakefield published in the Transactions of the British Mycological Society a formal description of the species based on a specimen she had just obtained at Kew Gardens. She first began collecting the species in 1910.
The mushroom is typically not considered physically hazardous to people. Since all psychoactive components in P. cyanescens are water-soluble, the fruiting bodies may be turned non-psychoactive by parboiling, enabling them to be consumed in food.
However, this is seldom done since most people find them extremely bitter and they are too little to have a significant nutritional value. In England, a single Psilocybe cyanescens patch had almost 100,000 mushrooms.
Psilocybe cyanescens Cultivation
Fruiting starts by simulating an autumn habitat with temperatures between 10 and 18 degrees Celsius (50 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit). Due to the species’ fruiting needs, it is difficult but not impossible to grow P. cyanescens to bear fruit indoors. In a suitable environment, outdoor growing is pretty straightforward.
In comparison to other psilocybin-containing mushrooms, the yield per pound of substrate is poor for both indoor and outdoor growing. The combination of low yield and difficulties may explain why P. cyanescens is cultivated less often than other psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Mycelium of Psilocybe cyanescens is more simpler to cultivate than the fruits themselves, can be cultivated inside, and is sturdy enough to be transferred to establish new patches.
Mycelium may also be propagated by transplanting stem butts. Psilocybe cyanescens may be grown using many of the same ways as other members of the genus Psilocybe. The concentration of psilocin and psilocybin in cultivated P. cyanescens is comparable to that of its wild counterparts.
Psilocybe cyanescens Profile
- Color: Brown | Yellow
- Shape: Convex | Knobbed
- Surface: Smooth
Psilocybe cyanescens Identification
20-50mm in diameter, rounded and closed around the stem early in fruiting, expanding to widely convex with a pronounced central umbo (bump) that continues as the cap widens out, becoming almost planar with wavy borders in maturity. This characteristic is how P. cyanescens are often recognized and distinguished. Pileus vary in color from chestnut-brown to caramel while new, fading to yellowish-brown to ochraceous when dried.
On the underside of the cap are somewhat dense, loosely connected or notched leaves. Beginning as a light tan, they acquire black spots and mature to a cinnamon-smoky brown, frequently with paler margins. Lamella appears as lines or striations on the cap’s exterior when it is new.
Ranges from 20-80mm long and 2-5mm thick, is often slightly curved, and thicker near the base. Whitish in color but will quickly bruise blue when handled. The surface is silky and often covered with white mycelial tufts around the base (rhizomorphs).
Dark purplish to brown when deposited, shape resembling an elongated ellipsoid. Microscopic size ranging from 9-12 x 5-8 micrometers
Legal status of Psilocybe Cyanescens Online
The specimens of Psilocybe cyanescens do not come within the Treaty on Psychotropic Substances since the convention does not apply to naturally occurring plants that contain a controlled substance by accident. In contrast, the laws of several nations restrict the possession of psilocybin-containing mushrooms, including P. cyanescens.
Many nations, including the United States, Germany, and New Zealand, have outlawed or severely controlled the ownership of P. cyanescens. As no species of Psilocybe mushroom possesses spores containing psilocybin or psilocin, this is impossible to enforce. Due to this, possessing Psilocybe cyanescens spores is not prohibited in many U.S. states. (In Georgia and Idaho, it is unlawful to possess spores, and in California it is illegal to possess them with the purpose to grow mushrooms.)