Psychedelic Shrooms and Edibles come in hundreds of different varieties, each with a different intensity. Each variety of mushrooms has the potential to provide a unique experience or trip, and potent mushrooms frequently result in a trip that is more intense.
However, it’s vital to understand how potent these drugs are before ingesting them because magic mushrooms have demonstrated tremendous medical potential in treating a range of health ailments. Start low and go slowly because a little goes a long way. Take a small amount and wait an hour or more to evaluate how it makes you feel before taking more.
There are countless varieties of mushrooms, each with a unique concentration of psilocybin and psilocin. The five strongest varieties of hallucinogenic mushrooms are listed below.
It’s significant to highlight that little research has been done on psilocybin because it is still primarily prohibited. The list that follows is therefore anecdotal since there haven’t been many recent studies on psychedelic mushrooms or examinations of their psilocybin concentration.
1. Flying Saucers (psilocybe azurescens)
These powerful mushrooms, which bear the eponymous offspring of renowned mycologist Paul Stamets, Azureus, which means “azure” or “blue,” are typically found in the Pacific Northwest and up into British Columbia. Azzies can be recognized by their diminutive stature, pointed tips, and hat-like hats. As their name suggests, they can turn quite blue when injured or old, just like many other hallucinogenic mushrooms.
2. Blue Meanies (panaeolus cyanescens)
These mushrooms, which bear the names of the antagonists from the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, are more effective than normal cubensis. Since “blue” is the literal translation of cyanescens, Pan When hurt, cyans typically turn blue. They are tall and thin, with little caps. They are tall and thin, with little caps. These mushrooms thrive in tropical or subtropical environments and are frequently found in Hawaii, it is thought that they migrated there from Asia.
3. P. Subs (psilocybe subaeruginosa)
Subs, which may be found naturally in Australia and New Zealand, is regarded as one of the psilocybes with the greatest potency. The mushroom, easily recognized by its wide, pointed tops, is claimed to have originated with Australian surfers in the 1960s and 1970s and later spread over the world through the hippie counterculture.
4. Penis Envy (psilocybe cubensis)
This common kind of psilocybe cubensis, possibly the most popular species of hallucinogenic mushroom, is distinguishable by its phallus form and is rumoured to be stronger than conventional cubes, or cubenses. Currently, Penis Envy is quite popular and having a moment. PE crosses are common, most notably Albino Penis Envy, or APE.
5. Liberty Caps (psilocybe semilanceata)
Liberty Caps that are small, lean, and powerful frequently have tiny, pointy caps. Two cold to temperate regions where they thrive and are widely spread are the British Isles and the Pacific Northwest. They also enjoy moist, grassy conditions. The Southern Hemisphere also supports their growth. One of the first hallucinogenic mushrooms in Europe to be recognized and investigated, its use stretches back several hundred years.