Psilocybe Cubensis - ALACABENZI - Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkit
1 x syringe with Psilocybe Cubensis Alacabenzi liquid culture
1 x alcohol swab
1 x sterile substrate (1200ml) growbox
1 x unicorn grow bag
2 x paper clips
Delve into the world of home-grown psychedelic experiences with the Psilocybe Cubensis - Alacabenzi - Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkit. Although some enthusiasts suggest that this strain is a hybrid of Psilocybe cubensis and Psilocybe semilanceata (Liberty Caps), this theory remains a topic of debate amongst the mycological community.
Regardless, the Alacabenzi strain is a great choice for novice users owing to its moderate psychoactive properties, providing an experience akin to the sensation induced by strong cannabis edibles. The effects, reminiscent of a sativa, are more energizing than sedative, altering spatial awareness and enhancing physical sensations without triggering intense visual hallucinations.
With this strain, dosage matters. Lower doses induce relaxation, whereas larger doses can disturb balance and equilibrium, creating a sensation users often describe as 'twisty-turny.' As for the fruiting bodies, the Alacabenzi mushrooms are of average size typical to psilocybe species, boasting caps measuring 1-4 cm and stems ranging from 1-6 inches long and 1-7 mm thick. Remarkably, some growers have managed to cultivate specimens with stems exceeding 12 inches in length, making Alacabenzi an ideal choice for beginners due to its robustness against bacterial infection.
Believed to be the progeny of the Golden Teachers and Liberty Caps (Psilocybe cubensis and Psilocybe semilanceata), the Alacabenzi mushroom strain gained prominence in the late 90s and remained popular throughout the early 2000s. Their popularity is unsurprising, given the fame of their parent strains.
The potency of Psilocybe cubensis in the wild is moderate, with most samples containing approximately 0.25% psilocin. Some specimens from the Amazon have even been reported to contain around 0.33% psilocin. Cultivated under specific conditions, this content could increase due to factors such as the substrate.
The Alacabenzi mushrooms usually thrive on dung in subtropical environments, making them relatively easy to spot in the wild. The Golden Teachers, believed to originate from Europe, and the Liberty Cap (Psilocybe semilanceata), found in manured grasslands, share similar growth preferences, favoring hot, humid climates, and dung as substrate.
When it comes to Alacabenzi potency and psilocybin content, this strain can be considered average. The psilocybin content, therefore the strength of these mushrooms, largely depends on the nutrient content of the substrate, such as manure or cow piles. If cows graze on nutrient-rich pastures or are supplemented with enriched feed, the resulting psilocin content in the mushrooms could potentially increase.
Alacabenzi mushrooms aren't typically associated with visual hallucinations, making them a fitting choice for novices keen on experimenting with psychedelics without venturing too far. As per the only sample of Alacabenzi shroom submitted to Psilocybin Cup for testing, the psilocybin and psilocin content stood at 0.67% and 0.02% respectively, summing up to a total of 0.68% total tryptamines, which sits comfortably within the average tryptamine levels of 0.5% and 0.90% found in magic mushrooms.
Overall, the Psilocybe Cubensis - Alacabenzi - Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkit provides a unique and rewarding journey into the world of home cultivation of magic mushrooms, a world populated by over 180 identified strains. Venture forth, and experience the wonder of Alacabenzi for yourself.
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