Product Overview : Psilocybe Cubensis Dried
Psilocybe Cubensis is the most common magical mushroom, and you can find it in the spring, summer, and fall (in the southern United States, May and June are the best months to pick them, but they can be found up until January) growing mostly out of the poop of cattle, horses, or elephants, or in grounds rich in this manure.
This one can be found in the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Central America, northern South America, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Australia.
The cap is 1.5 – 8 cm (up to 3 inches) wide and is conic to bell like in shape while young and eventually being convex to flat with age. It is usually a reddish cinnamon brown color while young and then becoming more golden brown to pale yellow or nearly white with age with the center region (umbo) being more darker cinnamon brown.
It’s spore print is dark purplish brown and it’s stem is 40 – 150 mm (up to 6 inches) long by 5 – 15 mm thick.
Total Potency: 1.26%
Potency per 1 gram: 13 mg
Magic mushrooms are not a delicacy, but there are various ways to prepare and eat them. They can be mixed with most food and beverages, with some creating tweaked recipes to incorporate it into the food. There are also so many magic mushrooms around the world, and one of the most famous ones is the Psilocybe Cubensis. These mushrooms are commonly seen in many countries because they can easily find an environment to grow. Below is everything needed to know about these particular mushrooms and how to eat them.
How to Identify a Psilocybe Cubensis
There are hundreds of magic mushroom species across the world, and one may easily stumble on them on the ground. They grow in moist and cold places, particularly on wood debris, dung, and decaying matter. There are a lot of people who forage mushrooms for culinary use and recreational use. Ordinary mushrooms are abundant in the market, used in a wide variety of food cuisines. Psychedelic mushrooms that contain Psilocybin and Psilocin are not to be consumed like food and should be limited in terms of dosage and frequency of use. While the previously mentioned mushrooms are edible, similar mushrooms are toxic and cause harmful effects to a person. Since there is a high chance for anyone to encounter a Psilocybe Cubensis, it is essential to know its features to identify it correctly. It is both a precaution and an important step.
The Psilocybe Cubensis has the nickname of “golden teacher.” They grow abundantly across the Southeast and Central part of the US, North of South America, and Southeast Asia. They were first found in Cuba but are in so many places because they are easy to cultivate. Their caps are large, measuring from 20 to 80 mm. in diameter. It starts conic in shape but tends to flatten as it matures. The color ranges from a distinct red to almost a cinnamon hue. The gills are closely spaced, starting to be gray but darkening as they age. Fully matured ones will have black gills.