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Psilocybe galindoii ‘Georgia’ Mushroom Spores

The psilocybe Galindoi, originally thought to be of the “Atlantis” strain, we now know this is a different subspecies. Now it is also know as the “Atlanta Liberty Cap” for the similarity with the Psilocybe semilanceata in appearance and effect. The truffles are also on the market as MushRocks. This fungus produces magic mushrooms and sclerotia (truffles). Both mushrooms and truffles can be cosumed and are psychedelic.

Psilocybe mexicana ‘Jalisco’ Mushroom Spores

The Psilocybe Mexicana can produce magic mushrooms and sclerotia (truffles). Albert Hofmann isolated psilocybin and psilocin for the first time ever from the Mexicana species in 1958. Both mushrooms and truffles can be consumed and are psychedelic.

Psilocybe tampanensis ‘Pollock’ Mushroom Spores

The Tampanensis fungi produces magic mushrooms and sclerotia (truffles). In 1977 Steven Pollock discovered the extremely rare Tampanensis  that has never been found again up to today. These P. Tampanensis truffle spores (and all other tampanensis) originate from that specimen that has been bred since. Both mushrooms and truffles have psychedelic properties.