Psilocybe Cubensis - ECUADOR - Mycotek Inject & Forget Growkit
1 x syringe with Psilocybe Cubensis Ecuador liquid culture
1 x alcohol swab
1 x sterile substrate (1200ml) growbox
1 x unicorn grow bag
2 x paper clips
The Ecuadorian Psilocybe Cubensis, a significant strain of the globally-acknowledged psilocybin-containing mushroom, shares common characteristics with the majestic Psilocybe Cubensis. With its large, golden, bell-shaped cap and love for well-manured fields, the Ecuadorian Cubensis mirrors its famous counterpart in many aspects. However, this unique strain sets itself apart with its powerful psilocybin and psilocin content, making it one of the strongest hallucinogenic mushrooms available.
Though its taxonomic history remains obscured, the Psilocybe Cubensis was first unearthed by the Spaniards during colonial times and scientifically classified in the 1900s. Since then, it has spread across the globe, known for its moderate hallucinogenic potency and easy cultivation. The Ecuadorian Cubensis, while lesser known, shares these traits with its predecessor.
Identification and Description:
Identifying the Ecuadorian Cubensis strain can be complex due to its similarities with other Psilocybe mushrooms and closely resembling toxic species like Galerina. Being aware of the macroscopic and microscopic features is vital for safety.
Cap: Ranging from 2 to 8cm in diameter, the cap starts as conical to bell-shaped with a central knob. As it matures, it changes from chestnut or cinnamon-brown to light or golden brown, with a smooth surface that often dries rapidly.
Flesh: This species exhibits a blue reaction when bruised.
Gills: Narrow and close, turning purplish-grey to almost black with distinct white edges as they age.
Stem: Measuring 5 to 15cm tall and 5 to 15mm thick, it may show yellow discoloration, with a bluing reaction when damaged.
Ring: White and persistent, bruising blue like the cap and stem.
Spores: Subellipsoid, ranging 11.5-17µm by 8-11µm.
Spore Print: Purplish-brown in color.
Edibility: Edible but moderately hallucinogenic.
Habitat: Thrives on animal dung or well-manured fields, particularly during spring, summer, and fall.
Range: Grows in the high-altitude regions of the Andes mountains, over 1000 meters.
While differentiation from other psilocybe-containing species is essential, the crucial distinction must be made between this species and similar-appearing toxic species, such as Galerina autumnalis.
Ecuadorian Cubensis stands at moderate to strong potency on the psylometric scale, depending largely on factors like growth methods and environment. Its psilocin and psilocybin content may be slightly higher than 0.15-0.63% and 0.11-0.50% respectively, and artificial cultivation tends to yield more potent results.
Dosages vary depending on individual factors and desired effects, but starting with 1-3 mg per 70 kg is advisable. You can also utilize our magic mushroom dosage calculator for precise dosing.
Popular Methods of Consumption:
Lemon Tek and Tea are favored methods for enjoying Ecuadorian Cubensis.
With effects occurring within 20-30 minutes of ingestion and lasting up to 24 hours, users may experience sensory hallucinations, anxiety, confusion, emotional lability, increased heart rate, dry mouth, vertigo, nausea, and more. These effects vary widely, and caution is advised to prevent adverse reactions or accidents.
Ecuadorian Cubensis offers a unique and robust psychedelic experience, aligning itself with the broader Psilocybe Cubensis family while standing out in potency. With proper identification, cautious dosing, and responsible usage, this mushroom can be a fascinating exploration of the mind and senses. Always remember to use it in a safe environment and avoid mixing with other substances.
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