Psilocybe azurescens is a psychedelic mushroom species containing the psychoactive compounds psilocybin and psilocin. Azurescens are distinguished by their large size and their dark blue coloration...
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Psilocybe azurescens is a psychedelic mushroom species containing the psychoactive compounds psilocybin and psilocin. Azurescens are distinguished by their large size and their dark blue coloration. But the cap is convex to broadly convex, and the gills are adnate to slightly decurrent. The spores are black, ellipsoid, and measure 8–11 by 5.5–7.5 μm. So stipe is hollow, and its surface is covered with small scales. It grows on woodchips and other wood debris in late autumn and early winter. But it is also found in Europe, where it has been reported in Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Psilocybe azurescens is a potent psychedelic mushroom with a potency up to 1.8 times that of Psilocybe cubensis. The primary active compounds in azurescens are psilocybin and psilocin, hallucinogenic. But the results usually last for 4-6 hours. Azurescens are one of the most potent psychedelic mushrooms, with a potency up to 1.8 times that of Psilocybe cubensis. Where they grow on woodchips and other wood debris in late autumn and early winter. They are also found in Europe, where they have been reported from Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.
The spores of this mushroom are available for purchase in the UK, and they can be used to grow your psychedelic mushrooms at home. When growing Psilocybe azurescens, it is essential to remember that this mushroom likes to fruit in cold weather. For this reason, starting your cultivation in the fall or winter is best. So spores should be sown on a substrate of sterilized wood chips, and the substrate should be moist but not wet. But it can be transferred to an outdoor location. Outdoors, Psilocybe azurescens prefers to fruit in sandy soil that has been enriched with woody debris. The best time to fruit these mushrooms is in the late fall or early winter when the temperatures are cool but not freezing. Once the mushrooms have fruited, they can be harvested and consumed fresh, or the spores can be collected for future use.
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