Argentinian strain

Orinigating from the spectacular rainforest mountains of Argentina, the Argentinian Psilocybe cubensis is believed to be a hybrid descendant of Psilocybe collybioides. The latter was found in 1958 in the montane area of Taffí del Valle and is a psilocybin-producing specie from the section Zapotecorum. The Argentinian cubensis has the reputation of fostering a psilocybin experience as magical as the mountainous forest it comes from: dense and mystical, peacefully contemplative, with a sense of unity and connection to the surroundings.
This highly neurotropic strain is said to be an avid fruiter with flushes yielding small but numerous fruit bodies. It is said it can flush up to ten times when cultivated indoor. It seems the Argentinian strain is as dense, majestic and rich as the grounds it grows in.

Visual Description

• Cap: bulbous when young, soon broadly hemispheric, flattening with age. Coloration dark caramel, darker at disk, often with an umbo. Margin even and lighter in color. Flesh bruises blue upon injury. • Gills: attachment adnate to adnexed. • Stem: flexuous, equal, slightly thicker at base. Coloration • Spore print: purple-black.

Potency Description

Moderate to high, between 0.25% to 2% psilocybin.

Habitat Origin

Argentina, mountain area.

Strain Effects

The effects and potency are well-reviewed. Said to offer a spiritual or mystical feeling, with a sense of unity and connection with surroundings. Reported to have grounding, peaceful relaxing effects on the body with a nice constant state of subtle euphoria.

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