Panaeolus Cyanescens


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Panaeolus Cyanescens is a potent psychedelic mushroom that is known for its’ higher psilocybin contents and intense visual trips. According to American mycologist and mushroom expert Paul Stamets, Panaeolus Cyanscens is regarded as the 4th most potent strain of magic mushrooms ever grown on planet earth.

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Again many reports indicate that they are 3-7 times more potent than a Psilocybe Cubensis. One of the unusual traits of this unique strain of mushrooms is that it contains serotonin and higher levels of psilocin, which would describe its’ smooth experience with less physical discomfort and confusion, and more of a smooth, relaxed and blissful trip.

The higher concentrations of psilocin also result in this mushroom strain having stronger, more lucid, and vivid visual stimulations and extremely strong feelings of euphoria. A highly cerebral strain of mushrooms, Panaeolus Cyanscens have a psychedelic experience that is more clear-headed and less ‘foggy’ or ‘drunk’ feeling than average Psilocybe Cubensis strains.


Panaeolus Cyanescens Identification and Description

Cap:  Up to 4cm diameter; smooth surface, but sometimes cracked in dry weather; thin flesh; bruises blue or blue-green; bell-shaped cap to convex; can become wavy. Light brown, when immature, becomes greyish with maturity. Hygrophanous. No veil.

Gills: Present and attached to stem; tightly packed; gray becoming black as spores develop.Stem: Again, up to 12cm in height; thin – 2-4mm thick; long and slender; bruises blue; colored pale yellow or gray or pink-tinged.
Smell: Floury or starch-like.
Taste: Floury or starch-like.
Spores: Elliptical and smooth.
Spore color: Dark purple or black.
Edibility: Edible but psychoactive.
Habitat: Grows scattered or clustered in dung and grasslands fertilized by grazing animals. Grows in tropical regions of both hemispheres; widely grown across the world, including Africa, Australia, Europe, South Americas, Hawaii, India and Tasmania.


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