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      What Magic Mushroom Strains Are the Best?

      Magic mushrooms are species of mushroom that contain the psychoactive compound psilocybin. Psilocybin acts on 5HT2A receptors in the brain and causes mind-altering effects.Blue Meanie

      Common effects of ingesting psilocybin mushrooms include:

      • Euphoria
      • Visual hallucinations
      • Altered perceptions of time and space
      • Synaesthesia (senses merging)
      • Decreased sense of self

      There are over 200 different types of magic mushrooms. Each species of magic mushrooms has varying concentrations of psilocybin and psilocin and baeocystin, which are also psychoactive compounds. The different amounts of each compound mean the overall effects can differ between each mushroom species.

      People who prefer more intense trips may want to take more potent magic mushrooms.

      People may have different preferences between magic mushroom species based on their psilocybin content. For example, people who prefer more intense trips may want to take more potent magic mushrooms.

      Different species of magic mushrooms also require various conditions to grow. People growing their own might have a favorite type of magic mushrooms based on ease of cultivation.

      We’ve provided a comparison between some of the most popular magic mushroom strains so you can decide which shrooms might be best for you.

      Psilocybe Hoogshagenii

      Psilocybe hoogshagenii is known for its spiritual use among indigenous Mexican peoples. They are also known as Psilocybe Semperviva, with Semperviva meaning “long-life” as these mushrooms have prolonged survival and are resistant to contaminants.

      What do they look like?

      P. hoogshagenii caps are a red-brown to orange-brown color and are roughly between 1 – 2.5cm in diameter. The stems are approximately 5 – 9cm long and 1 – 3mm thick and a white-brownish color and red towards the base
      P.hoogshageniihas gills (papery ribs underneath the cap) that are purple-black in fully matured mushrooms.

      Where are they found?

      P. hoogshagenii grows natively in Puebla, Oaxaca, and Chiapas in Mexico and regions in Columbia, Brazil, and Argentina.

      They tend to grow well in muddy clay soils in subtropical coffee plantations.

      How does it feel to consume them?

      The mushrooms’ psychoactive potency has been rated “moderately active,” and the psilocybin content reported to be approximately 0.6 milligrams per gram of dried mushroom.

      P. hoogshagenii is used today in spiritual ceremonies by indigenous peoples of Mexico, suggesting they produce a notable entheogenic effect.Blue Meanie magic musroom

      P. hoogshagenii has been used traditionally by the Chinatec-speaking people from Oaxaca, Mexico, to diagnose and predict the course of different diseases. The Chinatec refer to these mushrooms as ‘atkat’ or ‘judge’ as they consider the species extremely wise.

      Psilocybe Azurescens

      P. azurescens grow naturally in woody areas around North America. Their high percentage of psilocybin makes them one of the most potent psychedelic mushrooms known.

      What do they look like?

      P. azurescens have dark caramel-colored caps that start as convex and become later flattened. The caps are around 3 – 10cm in diameter and have a smooth surface and a noticeable broad umbo (raised area in the center).

      The stem can be between 9 – 20cm long and white but turns grey/brown as the mushroom matures. The base of the stem often has white tufts.

      Where are they found?

      P. azurescens grow best in sandy soils rich in debris and deciduous and gregarious wood-chips.

      P. azurescens were initially discovered near the Columbia River near Oregon in the United States. They also grow natively in Washington, California, America, and British Columbia, Canada.

      How does it feel to consume them?

      P. azurescens are one of the most potent known mushrooms in the world. The psilocybin content has been found to be up to 1.8 milligrams per gram of dried mushroom.

      Reports have described the experience as incredibly intense with strong visual hallucinations and physical sensations, including feeling energized. The strength of the mushrooms can make them cognitively disorientating.

      Psilocybe Bohemica

      P. bohemica is a mushroom native to Europe. Up until recently, it was split into three different species: P.bohemica, P. arcana, and P. moravica. However, scientists have now shown that, genetically, all the mushrooms are of the same species but are highly variable.

      What do they look like?

      P. bohemica has a broadly convex cap that is smooth, an orange-brown color, and between 2 – 4cm. The stem is between 4.5 – 8cm and 2 – 10mm in diameter, a white color, and covered in a silky gloss.

      P. bohemica has subdecurrent gills (run down the stem) that are dark brown with purple tints.

      Where are they found?

      P. bohemica is found frequently on decaying wood from deciduous and coniferous trees.

      The mushrooms grow best in moist areas with sun exposure and are found natively throughout North-Eastern Europe.

      How does it feel to consume them?

      P. bohemica has a wide range of psilocybin concentrations, ranging between 0.11 to 1.34 mg psilocybin per 1 gram of dried mushroom. This means the potency and strength of effects between different mushrooms of the same species are highly variable.

      Psilocybe Semilanceata

      People commonly refer to P. semilanceatamushrooms as liberty caps due to their distinctive spear-shaped cap (semilanceata meaning spear in Latin). They are found naturally in multiple European countries and tend to bloom in Autumn time, around October.

      What do they look like?

      P. semilanceata has conical, brown caps ranging between 0.5 to 2cm with a distinctive “nipple-like” umbo. The stems are narrow, roughly 0.4 – 1 cm thick. Often, the stems are enlarged at the base.

      The gills of the mushrooms are crowded together and dark grey in mature mushrooms.

      Where are they found?

      P. semilanceata favor growth in areas with rich soil, typically in grasslands such as meadows and pastures.

      They are the most widely distributed psychoactive mushroom known to date and are likely native Europe but can be found growing in North America, Canada, and New Zealand.

      How does it feel to consume them?

      P. semilanceata has a wide range of psilocybin concentrations, ranging between 0.2 to 2 mg psilocybin per 1 gram of dried mushroom. The range of potency means the strength of effects between different mushrooms of this species is highly variable.

      Reports suggest deep insights, visual and spatial distortion, and depersonalization (disassociation with personal reality) are common effects of P. semilanceata.

      P. semilanceata has a high ratio of psilocybin compared to psilocin, which is a readily available psychoactive compound psilocybin is broken down into. This means the effects of P. semilanceata tend to come on slower and last longer than other mushrooms, as more psilocybin needs to be broken down.

      It is essential that anybody foraging these mushrooms is aware of and can tell the difference between P. semilanceata and toxic look-alike mushrooms, which can be fatal if ingested.

      Psilocybe Cyanescens

      P. cyanescens mushrooms are also called wavy caps due to their appearance.

      These mushrooms are highly prolific, and the number of places in which they can be found is rapidly expanding. Their increasing abundance is likely because they grow well on wood chips, and commercial distribution of wood chips across the globe has spread their mycelium.

      What do they look like?

      P. cyanescens have a brown cap, between 1.5-5cm, which has a “wavy” shape and turns to a slight-yellow color when dried.

      The stems are between 4 – 9cm long, slightly wider at the top, and covered in silver fibers.

      Whenever the mushroom’s stems or gills are touched or damaged, they readily turn a blue color.

      Where are they found?

      P. cyanescens grow on wood chips and mulched plant beds in urban areas.

      They naturally grow in the Pacific Northwest in the United States, Western, and Central Europe, Iran, and New Zealand.

      How does it feel to consume them?

      P. cyanescens contain around 0.85 mg of psilocybin per 1 g of dried mushroom, making them moderately potent.

      Reports suggest that P. cyanescens produces intense, vibrant visual hallucinations and is similar in experience to that of P. cubensis.

      The Most Potent Mushroom Strains – Best Magic Mushroom Strains for Potency

      When one first enters the field of mycology, either as a profession or a hobby, there comes a certain time where newcomers find themselves in awe at the sheer scale of it all – especially with the variety of what is seen as the most potent magic mushroom strains. There are many types of shrooms or psychedelic mushrooms strains or species that are voted-in as the best magic mushroom strains.

      Psychedelic Mushroom Strain Differences

      Let’s put it this way – even scientists can’t agree on the different types of psychedelic mushroom spore prints and different mushroom strains that are available online, not to mention the many different kinds of species of fungi there are in the psychedelic mushroom strains category, but we do know that there are a lot. And psychedelic mushroom spore prints are a good way to begin your study.

      How many is “a lot”? The estimate lies somewhere between 1.5 to 5 million different species. Some scientists think that this is an overestimate, and others think that even 5 million may not even be enough to account for each unique species. In fact, there’s actually quite a bit of debate on this topic. Either way, we think it’s safe to say that if there weren’t a whole lot of fungal species out there the debate probably wouldn’t exist in the first place.

      Naturally, a certain subset of those fungal species are the kind that contain psychoactive compounds like psilocybin. There are hundreds—at least—and that number becomes even larger if you start categorizing each species by individual strains. For example, we carry the spores of many strains of Psilocybe cubensis in the psilocybin spores section of our store.

      With this in mind, it’s only normal that you’d wonder what is the most potent psychedelic mushroom strain after all?

      What is the Strongest Psychedelic Mushroom Strain? Scientists Believe It’s Psilocybe azurescens. Could this indeed be the strongest mushroom strain of Psilocybe Cubensis Mushrooms?

      Psilocybe azurescens is widely thought to be the magic mushroom with the highest concentration of psilocybin and could be considered as the strongest mushroom strain.

      ➢What are the strongest magic mushroom strains from psychedelic mushroom spores – the strongest shrooms?

      Psilocybe azurescens is considered a real beauty of a mushroom, but rarely seen outside of nature, for reasons we’ll discuss in the following section. It is a very strong mushroom strain, one of the strongest mushroom strains, and considered as one of the most potent magic mushroom strains of psychedelic mushrooms species.

      For now, here’s what you need to know about this ultra-potent magic mushroom and potentially the strongest strain of mushroom: azurescens only grows along the coastal region of Washington and Oregon in the United States and is one of the strongest strains of psychedelic mushrooms or one of the strongest mushrooms to examine when you’re researching psilocybe cubensis mushrooms. Unlike cubensis or other shroom strains or mushroom psychedelic strains, which normally grows in manure or pasteurized soil, P. azurescens prefers environments with a high lignin content, such as grass or wood if you’re researching the most potent magic mushrooms.

      Researchers also may be interested in how to microdose mushrooms or psilocybe cubenis mushrooms for safety and efficacy in their researching fungi, or even learn about key details on mushroom strains that can have the greatest or highest psilocybe cubensis potency.

      These strongest magic mushroom fungi are also usually only spotted in the latter months of the year, most commonly from October through December. This is because azurescens thrives in cold weather—40°F, which is practically freezing compared to cubensis, the strains of which often require temperatures in the upper 70°s F.

      In nature, P. azurescens and the very best shroom strains are usually found in tightly packed clusters of mature fruiting bodies and has a small, 30-100 millimeter cap. The shape of the cap sometimes leads this fungi to be called the “flying saucer” mushroom. The caps tend to be caramel colored and sit atop a pale, thin stem.

      Since this mushroom’s psilocybin content is so high, mycologists who have observed it in the wild have noted its extreme propensity for colorful bruising.

      When psilocybin comes into contact with the air, a chemical reaction occurs that changes its color. This is why, when observed in the wild, psilocybin-containing fungi will bruise a blue or purple hue. Generally the darker the bruising, the more psilocybin content within the fungi. Psilocybe azurescens bruises a very dark blue, bordering on black. Mycologists have described its bruising as rich and heavy.

      It all sounds lovely—so how come you really don’t hear about azurescens all that often? We’ll explain:

      The Strongest Psychedelic Mushroom Strain is Psilocybe azurescens. So Why Don’t You Hear More About It?

      Now, we’d like to correct something for the sake of accuracy. Psilocybe azurescens isn’t a “strain,” it’s a lineage or species within the Psilocybe genus. We sometimes use the word strain interchangeably, but it’s worth noting that it’s a lazy use of the word—if you strive for accuracy, you should think in terms of lineages, species, or genii.

      With that out of the way, let’s talk a bit more about the elusive Psilocybe azurescens.

      If it’s truly the most potent kind of magic mushroom, why don’t you hear more about it? For that matter, why don’t we carry its spores in our shop? (Trust us, we would if we could.)

      It’s primarily because azurescens is incredibly difficult to locate outside of its natural setting. In order to harvest its spores in a legally accredited mycology laboratory, it would have to be artificially grown at some point. Psilocybe azurescens is notoriously difficult to cultivate and you also need to pay attention to the laws in the magic mushrooms legal states. It makes the easiest Psilocybe cubensis strain to grow look like an absolute walk in the park—azurescens has strict needs in terms of temperature and substrate.

      Unlike spores from cubensis fungi, azurescens spores are very hard to come by. While most microscopists would love to have the chance to get it on a slide in their lab, legal cultivation by mycology labs is simply too difficult for the spores to be worth gathering.

      The good news is that there are plenty of extremely potent Psilocybe cubensis strains available, and we carry spores for the best of them—so if you’re interested in researching spores from cubensis strains with these characteristics, read on.

      What are the Other Strongest Strains of Psychedelic Mushrooms?

      Albino Penis Envy
      Penis Envy
      Jedi Mind F*

      So, since we now know why Psilocybe azurescens spores aren’t generally available, even from the best mycology labs, one can’t help but wonder: other than P. azurescens, what is the strongest psychedelic mushroom strain?

      Consider the following to be a little psychedelic mushroom strain guide so that you can learn more about the psychedelic mushroom spores we sell such as penis envy shrooms.

      You’ll find some of the strongest strains of psychedelic mushrooms in our “advanced” category in the shop. If you’re interested in finding the most potent strains of psychedelic mushroom, you’ll likely want to begin with something like our Blue Meanie spores, which are known by mycologists to be among the most potent cubensis mushrooms found in nature.

      Like azurescens, the Blue Meanie strain is known for its bruising characteristics in the wild. Mycologists have reported that this particular strain bruises a deep, dark blue—which is, of course, where it gets its name from.

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      Different strains of psychedelic mushrooms which have a very, very high psilocybin content are Penis Envy, Albino Penis Envy, Luminous Lucies, and the rather humorously named Jedi Mind F* strain.

      Of those strains, Penis Envy is perhaps the most popular. This is thanks to not only its very high psilocybin content and attention-grabbing name, but also because this strain is believed to have been cultivated by Terence and Dennis McKenna, who are famous figures in the world of magic mushrooms. The story goes that Terence actually smuggled the first Penis Envy spores into the United States.

      That’s part of the fun of studying psilocybin mushroom spores—so many of our cubensis strains have fascinating stories behind them.

      Psychedelic Mushroom Spores for Mycology Research & Microscopy

      Did you know that you can buy psychedelic mushroom spores online?

      In fact, in addition to providing high-quality microscopy lab equipment, that’s exactly what we do here at Quality Spores. We have a wide variety of spores available from nearly all strains of psychedelic mushrooms, including the ones mentioned above like Penis Envy and The Lucy.

      Whenever dealing with psychedelic mushroom spores, there are some important legal considerations you must understand. Let’s discuss them now:

      Psychedelic Mushroom Spores Legality: Things You Need to Know Before Studying Mushroom Spores

      Since it’s a well established fact that psilocybin itself, the psychoactive compound in cubensis and other types of psychedelic mushrooms, a natural question to ask is this: are psychedelic mushroom spores illegal?

      In 47 of the 50 states, the answer is no, they aren’t. It is perfectly legal to buy, sell, own, and study psilocybin mushroom spores for research purposes only.

      Emphasis on that last bit—it is illegal in nearly all jurisdictions to cultivate magic mushrooms! Psilocybin mushroom spores are never to be cultivated. The only exception at the time of this writing is in New Mexico, where it’s legal to grow magic mushrooms as long as one doesn’t take any steps to preserve them (i.e., drying them, freezing, and so on).

      Make sure that you familiarize yourself with your local psychedelic spores laws before you place an order with us. Unfortunately, psilocybin mushroom spores are illegal in California, Georgia, and Idaho, and we cannot deal with any customers residing in those states.

      Medicinal Mushroom Spores Have Taken the Medical & Scientific World by Storm – What You Need to Know

      In recent years, mushrooms as medicine have become more popular than ever.

      All kinds of different mushrooms and psilocybin spores cross strains have made their way into the contemporary public consciousness; Lion’s Mane, Reishi, Shiitake, and more varieties of these ancient healers are enjoying a resurgence in notoriety. Of course, our ancestors knew about these restorative properties all too well—but at least we’re catching up to what used to be common knowledge.

      One surprising medicinal mushroom that is currently making big waves in news headlines and on lawmaker’s desks is none other than so-called magic mushrooms, or those fungi which contain the psychoactive compound psilocybin. Like other medicinal mushrooms, ancient people across the world used psilocybin to heal themselves and for spiritual purposes—our culture seems to be rediscovering these benefits now, and perhaps more importantly, proving them with science.

      Clinical trials have indicated that psilocybin may offer certain individuals a great deal of benefit in treating a variety of maladies, including depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and even addiction to alcohol or cigarettes. This is thought to be because of psilocybin’s unique capability to “rewire” the brain.

      Rewire isn’t an entirely accurate term, but it describes the effects well enough. In more scientific terms, psilocybin has been shown to have neuroregenerative properties, meaning that it’s capable of formulating new neural pathways. Scientists believe that because of this, those who undergo psilocybin-assisted therapy are able to form new neural pathways. These new pathways can be used instead of the old, potentially damaging ones, which is why psilocybin is being studied as a potential treatment for major depressive disorders which have been traditionally resistant to treatment.

      Those who wish to study the formative stages of these natural healers are best suited to begin by examining medicinal mushroom spores under a microscope. Amateur microscopy is a lovely hobby to begin with, and once you start looking at fungal spores, you’ll truly never be bored again—the diversity of fungal organisms is simply too great.


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