Panaeolus africanus is a mild and easily identifiable whitish magic mushroom that erects from elephant and hippopotamus dung in central Africa.
Panaeolus africanus’ chalky tinge and robust stature makes it stand out from the African Savannah.
Psilocybe authority Stamet found Panaeolus africanus growing in elephant dung from the Seattle zoo. He believes the selling of the “zoo-doo” as compost to gardeners is helping spread the species from its African soil to other regions of the world.
While Panaeolus africanus is regarded as psychoactive, often, specimen from the wild do not always contain active substances.
Modern African strains such as the African Transkei Cubensis (SAT), and the African Kobe Cubensis, were initially collected from Transkei South Africa. Said to offer a generally consistent moderate potency, these magic mushroom strains are a good choice for beginner psychonauts in need of some connection to Africa, the cradle of civilisation.
PANAEOLUS AFRICANUS Potency