This panaeolus cyanescens deserves its strain name “Goliath” for clear reasons: The mushrooms grow tall and the hats are very broad and wide. The meaty flesh of the fruits makes that the potency is very high, also in the fresh weight. Just like other p. cyanescens, the Goliath prefers cow dung to grow, but horse manure also works very well. Also ‘cubsensis‘ TEKS can work, but these will make the Goliath apear more as several ‘Davids‘: Small and powerful.
From the panaeolus cyanescens species, the Jamaica strain is one of the more popular magic mushrooms. The Jamaica is generally seen as thé Hawaiian mushroom. One of the first companies selling this strain commercially, was based on Hawaii, hence the naming by mycologists. Panaeolus cyanescens Jamaica is a challenging grower and coprophilous (poo lovers) like all p. cyanescens are. Horse manure with plenty of straw is just perfect. And remember: “Don’t sterilize shit, but pasteurize it”. Cyanescens does not grow as easy as cubensis, but it is much more potent en rewarding.