This special mushroom is a very rare, and sacred psychedelic mushroom. It can only be found during the winter season, and in very few regions of the world. It’s main habitat is is the Pacific Northwest, and south in some locations to the San Fransisco bay area of California. Although this mushroom is found in Europe as well, our strain of wavy caps originates from Washington State. P. Cyanescens is extending it’s range of habitat rapidly, every year. They now are being seen in areas where formerly they would not have been seen, due to mulch being used to control weeds. This expansion of habit is likely due in part to the mulch suppliers being located in areas that this species is native to, and it colonizing the mulch before it is shipped out to other areas of the Nation (and world).
In the wild this mushroom is an aggressive producer, and fruits often in large numbers, and dense clusters. It is rare to find a solitary mushroom of this species growing in the wild. When injured it bruises a dark blue to dark green. Mostly this mushroom is found growing during the cold months on decaying wood in forests, or near the edges of the woods. It is a medium sized mushroom, but does have a look a like which is extremely toxic. If you have found a mushroom like this, be very sure to make a proper identification of it.
The pacific northwest strain of this mushroom has shown to be up to 4x times more potent than its European counter part. The potency of this mushroom is widely acclaimed as being the one of the most potent psilocybes in the world.
Making an identification of Ps. Cyanescens is pretty easy, using our spore syringes to compare microscopic spore features. Here are the mushrooms physical characteristics:
- Cap: 2-4.5 cm broad, convex, becoming nearly plane, often wavy, surface smooth, sticky when moist
- Cap Color: hygrophanous, brown, hygrophanous fading to yellow-brown or buff, bruises blue with age
- Stem: 3-6 cm tall, 3-6 mm thick, equal to sometimes enlarged at the base, surface white, smooth to silky, bruising blue
- Spores: Purple-brown to purple-gray or purple-black; Spores 9-12 x 6-8 um, elliptical, smooth
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All pictures are provided for educational purposes, and originate from labs outside of the united states, or mushroom hunters that found the mushrooms growing in the wild.