Psilocybe Cubensis - PENIS ENVY - Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkit
1 x syringe with Psilocybe Cubensis Penis Envy liquid culture
1 x alcohol swab
1 x sterile substrate (1200ml) growbox
1 x unicorn grow bag
2 x paper clips
Delve into the depths of magic mushrooms with the Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkitz, featuring the distinguished Penis Envy strain. Notable mycologist Roger Rabbit of the Shroomery community famously remarked, “With the world of cubes, Penis Envy stands apart.”
While Psilocybe cubensis boasts several strains, Penis Envy has carved a niche with its unmatched potency, exhibiting psilocybin and psilocin concentrations soaring up to 2.90%, making it 3-6 times stronger than its counterparts. Only the Tidal Wave, a crossbreed of B+ and Penis Envy, sporadically surpasses it in potency. What sets this strain further apart is its unmistakably phallic silhouette. Its cap clings close to a more substantial than usual stem, offering it an appearance reminiscent of a circumcised appendage.
Penis Envy's history is drenched in mystery. It is often believed that Terence McKenna introduced the original sample during his Colombian Amazon expedition in the 1970s. This precious specimen was later refined into today's Penis Envy by the famed mycologist Steven Pollock, gaining prominence through Hamilton Morris's insightful reports. In 1981, Pollock met an untimely and dubious demise. Yet, the Penis Envy legacy lived on, with mycologist Rich Gee from Washington ensuring its proliferation. Surprisingly, Gee's acquisition trail diverges from Pollock's lineage, leading instead to Jules Stevens, co-author of Gee’s book. While the strain's appearance prompted a playful naming episode involving a troupe of entertainers in 1977, Gee’s stories, including his telekinetic prowess and animal communication, add more layers of intrigue.
A strain, characterized by specific traits, differs from species, which represents organisms with identical genetics. The term ‘strains’ highlights noticeable phenotypical variations within genetically identical samples. Familiar examples include strains of cannabis and kava. In the vast spectrum of Psilocybe cubensis, myriad strains exist, each marked by unique attributes. Penis Envy emerges as a frontrunner, not just for its enhanced potency, but its distinctive morphology.
Despite the debates surrounding its origins, Penis Envy’s legacy is firm. Whether attributed to McKenna, Gee, or Pollock, its presence is undeniable across major spore vendors in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
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