Magic Mushrooms are so unbelievable and enigmatic; from the wonderful encounters, they give rise to spiritual amalgamation, which they normally create. However, there is another overwhelmingly impressive about magic mushrooms. That is, there are more than 180 distinct genera of mushrooms that develop in an extreme degree globally wherein all of them comprise of psilocybin.
Psilocybin mushrooms, as well as the distinctive state of mind they give, have taken part in a vital and in-depth part in the history of human beings. The wide investigation of humanity’s archaic ecclesiastical culture and ancestry has affirmed that a lot of the predecessors on our planet have developed a sacramental connection with the strength of these magic mushrooms.
During the time that psilocybin mushrooms sprout globally, there have been lengthy hearsay and mythology regarding an extremely desired, rare, and super powerful types of psychoactive mushroom. Some say that it is just a story, but others believe their mushrooms legend somehow earnestly. With that, let us range over the feasible types of magic mushrooms, which are said to be the rarest, potent, and ancient to the common types.
The Search To Find The Rarest Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe Tampanensis (Magic Truffles/ Philosopher’s Stone)
Psilocybe Tampanensi or aka Philosopher’s Stone is distinct both in its looks and effects. This selection of magic mushrooms rarely appears in the wild. Dr. Seven Pollock found the initial type of this one in 1977 in Tampa, Florida. With that, he studied the sample and concluded that this mushroom was a psilocybin mushroom. Also, he used part of the specimen directly, and after encountering the results, he narrated the sample to his associates as a concoction. This strain is also potent aside from being rare, which is now mainly cultivated by mycologists in the Netherlands.
Psilocybe Azurescens (Flying Saucer Mushrooms)
Psilocybe Azurescens is said to be the biggest in all the samples of the psilocybin group that has stalks of 20 centimeters and caps that are 10 centimeters wide. This genus was initially found as an unknown mushroom by a group of Boy Scouts in Astoria, Oregon. Then it was cultivated outside in woodchips and mulch from cows in 1981 because of their strong psychoactive ability. This type of mushroom is sometimes referred to be as the most powerful in all types of psychedelic mushrooms. However, it is still hard to show since each mushroom is unalike when it comes to psilocybin and psilocybe.
Panaeolus Cyanescens (Blue Meanies)
Panaeolus Cyanescens are thought by others to have the gentlest effects in mind, especially when it comes to intensity and persuaded anxiety. However, it is still taken into consideration as one of the potent selections of psilocybin mushrooms. This type looks to do well in damp, woodland areas such as the forests in Florida, and the jungles in Central America. These mushrooms are said to be the psilocybin mushrooms that earliest natives of Central America had encountered to adore through religious events and demonstration of Seven Flowers, the Mixteca God of plants that resembles hallucination.
This average to high powerful mushroom sample is just recognized to develop solely in the hilly and jungle areas of Central America. They are sometimes found developing on logs and tree stubs in damp, high altitude places like the summit of a hill and meadows of mountains. This type of mushroom was initially identified as a recent strain of psilocybin mushroom. Roger Heim, a French mycologist in 1956, identified it. He had been conducting studies of the mushroom specimens in Paso de Cortés and perceived the Aztecorum was different from other specimens he had investigated in that area. This type can bear fruit in the fall and depend extensively in size.
Amanita Muscaria, aka Fly Amanita or Fly Agaric, has a distinctive look and background though it does not have psilocybin. Aside from its greatly extreme power, this selection of mental mushroom was found in several areas in the Northern Hemisphere. It is as well identified because it can be blended to the milk of the cow to make a blend, which kills flies; that is why it is called Fly Amanita. Please bear in mind that these mushrooms are malevolent and should be prepared specially. Nonetheless, they can be fatal.
Psilocybe Caerulipes (Blue Foot Mushroom)
Psilocybe Caerulipes, aka Blue Foot Mushroom, is another rare psilocybin mushroom, which develops in the US. This type of mushroom loves the woods as it can be located developing on or near deteriorating broadleaved tree logs, particularly those that are near the rivers. They can as well be seen developing on hardwood gash and rubbish as well as extensively given out to the east of the Great Plains all over the Midwest and Eastern US until Canada. Though it is extensively given out, it cannot be found most of the time. However, if they grow on the ground of the forests after a hot summer and rainy fall, they are recognized to bear fruit in that area for several years.
Additionally, they are called Blue Foot Mushroom because of their look. They have a blue color at the foundation of their stalks. They are averagely powerful psilocybin mushrooms.
Psilocybe Stunzii (Blue Ringer Mushroom/ Stunzi’s Blue Legs)
Psilocybe Stunzii is one of the rare psilocybin mushrooms, which only develops in the West Coast of the United States and Canada. It was initially discovered on the campus at the University of Washington and was named after Dr. Daniel Stunts, the one who initially created the type of group. Also, the other names they have, “Blue Ringer” and “Blue Legs,” were given after the important bluing response that happened when hold.
These mushrooms also love the wood and opt to stay on deteriorating rubbish, new mulch, and wood chips. They can also be seen in the grassy environment, the new surface of the ground, and the newly trimmed lawn. Nonetheless, be cautious because this mushroom’s appearance looks like a poisonous type of mushroom, Galerina Marginata.
Psilocybe Atlantis is intimately connected to Psilocybe Mexicana, the mushroom that began the magic mushroom fad. This kind of mushroom is a rare diversion that has a pleasing aroma and taste. Though its name appears to recommend so, this species does not arise from the magical hollowed mainland but rather from Georgia. It was found in the unpopulated area but just a small number of examples. This selection has been cultivated in controlled surroundings by truffle agronomists who were in search of powerful sclerotia. Since Psilocybe Atlantis is affluent in psilocybin and psilocin, it is considered as great in inducing a moderate trip. It is as well featured by vigorous appearance, contorted sound discernment, and the distinctive sense of being associated with everything.
There is only a little information regarding this very rare genus. According to reports, this type of magic mushroom was only perceived in 1993 in the Regensburg Botanical Garden in Germany. Due to the greenhouse where this specie was located that had tropical genus, a German mycologist, H. Besl, presumed that this type also had a tropical origin. The slightly brown and bruise blue mushroom was tested and displayed that it carried psilocybin, psilocin, and little amount of baeocystin. Also, this type is one of the constituents of the Galerina family, which is said to be poisonous.
Pholiotina Cyanopus was initially narrated through a mycologist from America in the name of G.F. Atkinson in 1981. It is a saprotrophic creature wherein it gives food to rotting materials in an unusual way. Besides, it loves to grow in a well-trimmed environment like parks and gardens. Its natural home comprises of grassy and temperate locations like Europe and even in Asia. For the US, it was said to be located in some cities like New York.
This species has a gentle, wide cap that has a similar hue of aromatic spice, and delicate whitish stalk. Similar to other large open areas hallucinogenic fungus, this type can create sclerotia, a close-packed heap of dormant mycelium, which assists the plant to outlast in wildfires. Besides, it comprises of hallucinogenic alkaloid and other elements, which are sufficient to obtain an extraterrestrial trip. However, it is highly advised to have caution in this species.
Taking into consideration that some kinds of magic mushrooms have just been seen in the uninhabited areas once, maybe the most striking, magical, or most powerful strains have yet to be tripped over and recorded by science. With the help of the in-progress studies as well as the mycologists on all sides of the globe who are in continual hunt of the new samples, the knowledge we have about these innate hallucinogens, as well as the inherited connection we have on them, is still developing.