Golden Teacher spores are the primary reproductive cells of this popular variety of Psilocybe cubensis
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- Trichocereus bridgesii191 ViewsRead more
Trichocereus bridgesii is a distinctive cactus commonly referred to as Peruvian or blue torch. It belongs to a specific group of such plants collectively referred to as San Pedro, in which one of the main alkaloids is mescaline with psychoactive properties. These cacti were used by the indigenous tribes of Bolivia in various rituals and ceremonies, and according to experts, they have been known for more than three thousand years.
- Hallucinogenic mushrooms in Poland173 ViewsRead more
Hallucinogenic mushrooms are not particularly common in Poland. Species classified as psychedelic must contain certain substances that exhibit psychoactive properties. These include, in particular, psilocybin, which is illegal in Poland. This compound has a significant effect on the senses, perception, consciousness or mood, which is why it arouses great interest among mycologists. In practice, the chances of encountering real hallucinics in Poland are quite low.
- Lophophora williamsii186 ViewsRead more
Lophophora williamsii is a species of stem cactus, also known as coneflower or Williams' urchin or simply peyote. This perennial plant is native to the deserts of Mexico and Texas, and its popularity is due to its content of compounds with psychoactive properties. Peyote is most abundant on limestone and clay soils. Its distinctive feature is its yellowish or pink flowers, which somewhat resemble prickly pear and open during the day.