Psilocybe Natalensis Magic Mushroom
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Psilocybe natalensis is a species of psilocybin mushroom in the family Hymenogastraceae which was first discovered and taxonomically classified in South Africa. The species was described as new to science in 1995 by Jochen Gartz, Derek Reid, Michael Smith, and Albert Eicker. It is very closely related to Psilocybe cubensis, however differs in its habitat preference.
Typically this species yields less than psilocybe cubensis, is more difficult to cultivate indoors, however often has higher potency (as compared to the average cubensis variety)
magic-mushroom-store acquired these Psilocybe Natalensis mushrooms from a local BC mycology enthusiast who foraged them in the Thompson-Okanagan region of British Columbia, and they have been tested with using the PSILO-Q Test kit, the first ever home-use qualitative psilocybin testing kit. Results show that this variety contains approximately 1.5-1.7% tryptamine content. By comparison, the average Psilocybe Cubensis mushroom contains between 0.6 and 0.8% tryptamine content.
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Dosages are as follows:
Mild Experience: 0.75 Grams to 1.25 Grams
Medium Experience 1.5 Grams to 2.5 Grams
Full Experience 2.5 Grams to 3.5 Grams
We recommend that you do not mix our products with alcohol, as it dulls the experience.
We also recommend starting at the medium experience level if you have not tried magic mushrooms before, as the visuals can be quite intense and harder to handle for inexperienced users. Set and setting are extremely important for a positive experience. We also highly encourage people to have a guide or sitter if they are new to psychedelics.
*Note: psychedelics at high dosage are non-specific amplifiers and may not be suitable for those with anxiety conditions. Antidepressants will nullify the effects of psychedelics for many people.
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