Inocybe haemacta is a rare psilocybin-producing members of the large “fibrous hat” Inocybe genus. Because this genus includes 1400 species of edible, psychoactive and poisonous mushrooms mixed, it has the reputation of making identification dangerously tricky; it is therefore strongly advised to not ingest these from the wild.
Inocybe haemacta, like Inocybe corydalina and Inocybe coelestium, is a mycorrhizal mushroom, meaning he has a symbiotic relationship with plants. It inherits its name “haemacta” from the distinct pinkish undertones and pinkish bruising reaction.
Inocybe haemacta is a mildly hallucinogenic magic mushroom widespread throughout Europe yet rarely reported in the Netherlands and the British Isles, where it is most probable they are sought after. It is believed to be more widely distributed than present-day data suggests. The only data we found on the specimen reported higher amounts of baeocystin than psilocybin and no psilocin. For other unusual compound levels creating unique entourage effect have a look at Inocybe aeruginascens,
INOCYBE HAEMACTA Potency