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Zarodniki grzybów halucynogennych w Polsce są legalne, w formie printów na foli czy rozpuszczonych w strzykawce.


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Golden Teacher


This classic strain has been in circulation for quite a few years now and we’ve always been pleased with it’s performance on cased grain and riceflour cakes. Even under less than optimal conditions this strain is able to produce an adundance of medium to large sized mushrooms.

Although it is not as fast fruiting as the more slender stemmed Equador and Cambodia strain the size of the fruitbodies more than makes up for this. Fruitbodies in later flushes can get massive in size.

The name ‘Golden Teacher’ refers to the golden color of the caps and stems and the way it teaches people about spore microscopy.

Growth parameters
Fruiting substrate: Grain, compost, pasteurised dung & straw, riceflour cakes
Spawn substrate: Grain
Colonisation temperature: 28-30°C
Cropping temperature: 23-26°C

(Source: www.mushmush.nl )

This is a wonderful and unique strain that produces very large fruitbodies that are considered to be very potent for a P.cubensis strain. It’s ability to produce larger than normal fruitbodies is balanced by it’s limited number that it yields.

However, the overall yield ends up equal since one of these GTs can grow larger than 3 or 4 other P.cubensis strains fruitbodies. GT’s tend to be a little picky when finding a good mate after inoculation which could result in some uncolonized jars of substrate, but once it finds a good match then it will be a very good one that you can count on producing impressive text-book quality fruitbodies that are larger than usual in size.

It’s worth mentioning that these GTs are some of the best mushrooms to be experienced by those interested in their innate qualities.





Albino A+



Strain Oriing: Leucistic mutation of the A strain

Edibility: Toxic, Hallucinogenic*
Habitat: Bovine, Equine Dung and Enriched Soils
Climate: Subtropical

Cap: Very pale cream, especially in the center, to white often with bluish tones, sometimes with a sharp central nipple. Universal veil remnant spots are present but inconspicuous against the pale cap.
Stem: Similar in coloration to the cap, bluing intensely with damage. Partial veil leaves a persistent membranous annulus that is soon purple with spores.
Gills: Attachment adnate to adnexed. Grayish coloration in young fruit bodies becoming nearly black in maturity.
Spores: Dark purple in deposit
Comments: Unlike the PF albino, this mutated strain retains normally pigmented spores. Since there is also a small amount of pigment in the carpophores, this strain is better considered a leucistic form instead of a true albino..

Source: Sporeworks.com




Colombian Rust Spore


Strain Origin: Strain Origin: Colombia, South America

Cap: Pale brown to yellowish brown with remnants of universal veil present as small whitish spots.

Stem: Yellowish, mostly solid with only a small hollow central channel, bluing only slightly and belatedly with damage. Membranous partial veil.

Gills: Attachment adnate to adnexed, yellowish, becoming brown with spore maturity.

Spores: Clay brown to reddish brown in deposit. Flash photography dramatically enhances the red coloration of a spore print on foil (see inset image below) but in ambient light the spores appear more brownish than red.

Comments: A mutated strain with brownish spores instead of the normal dark purplish-black color. The PF Redspore strain has identically colored spores but with abnormal carpophores. Original print provided by grod31.

Source: Sporeworks.com






This strain, from the Amazone, produces short and stubby mushrooms with solid stems.

Although first flush mushrooms are somewhat small, the second and third flush make up for this. Large solid mushrooms with caps of 10 cm or more!

It has a tendency to form overlay on the casing surface. Therefore the trays should be exposed to fruiting conditions as soon as mycelium is noticed on the casing surface.

The mycelium is very rhizomorphic and thick. If the spawn isn’t used soon, or refrigereated, it becomes very thick and solid and almost impossible to separate into individual kernels. (Source: http://www.mushmush.nl)

A psilocybe cubensis variety originally from “Psylocybe Fanaticus”. It is called the amazonian but it’s also known as matias romero. Mushrooms are bigger then the mexican and effect you can compare them to the Thai dwarfs. But of course with their own character.

Source: http://www.shayanashop.com




Picture by http://www.thehawkseye.com/


Her most common name is the ‘mexican mushroom’. This big mushroom has a yellow head and a stalk of 8 to 19 centimetres.
The Psilocybe Cubensis is very easy to grow, and is one of the most famous magic mushrooms used all over the world.


This mushroom was originally found in Southern Mexico, from Mr. G.
A very beautiful mushroom always giving beautiful spotted caps, usually of a nice yellowish color instead of your typical cubensis golden tan color. Sometimes it even throws off some orangish colored spotted caps. It tends to grow with smaller stems and rather large caps compared to its stem.




Penis Envy #6



Picture by Emanuel Pilz

Shroomery veteran RogerRabbit, “Crossed a standard PE with the Tex strain.” The result was PE 6.

RogerRabbit’s efforts were an attempt to create a PE strain which produced more spores… but the spores were accidentally released too early… when a few prints were unintentionally mailed out, in a stack of other prints.

Here’s how RogerRabbit says PE 6 came to be.

“A single sector fruiting isolate of PE, and another of TEX were placed on a petri dish with rattlesnake venom added to the agar. The snake venom helped the two dikaryotic strains share genetic information to form a third sector, which was which was labeled PE6. Other Isolates of the PE were labeled PE 1-7, and apparently, some of the 6, which was the cross, were in the same batch of prints. The idea was to get a good spore producing PE, but I never had time to stabilize the strain due to accidentally releasing it early. That’s why sometimes they look like texans and sometimes very much like PE.”

PE 6 looks like a cross between Penis envy and Texans. The fruits often have LARGE caps, which open fully, unlike classic PE. They also produce spores. While the stems look quite a bit like PE. Thick and textured. Like little logs.

RogerRabbit confirms this description: “the caps that opened fully have fewer spores like PE, and they have the same gnarly stems too. Only the caps seem to be bigger and to open all the way.”



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Siema :blant:

Ja przez czysty przypadek się nadchnąłem :D całe życie o nich nie wiedziałem :D te polskie do mnie nigdy nie przemówiły. Myślę, że wkrótce otowrze grwologa z cubensis.  :joint:


Jaka jest po tym bania :D ?



idź do lasu i się przećpaj, może Ci to pomoże.

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Dodane przez @Killerontheroad : SmakMaroca999

idź do lasu i się przećpaj, może Ci to pomoże.

Dziękuję ale nie jestem ćpunem i widzę że ten dział stworzony jest dla Ciebie Mistrzu! Jedno czego żałuję że nie zdążyłem zrobić scrima to reszta by się przekonała kto tu ćpa! Z mojej strony to finisz!

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