Psilocybe baeocystis is Family Hymenogastraceae apsilocybin mushroom. It includes psilocybin, psilocin, and baeocystin, the hallucinogenic compounds. The species is commonly known by different names like bottle caps, knobby tops, blue bells, olive caps, etc.
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In brief, Buy psilocybe baeocystis online, because of its distinctive rippled cap, Psilocybe baeocystis is called, with baeo-cystis translating to “small-bladder,” something that resembles the fungus when fresh. It is found more frequently under the aliases of “bottle caps,” “knobby tops,” “blue bells” or “olive caps;” all references to the different cap traits. Together with the wavy ripples, when treated or aged, the cap stains quickly from a chestnut-brown, olive-green to a shiny dark blue.
A relative oddity with respect to this species is that its potency is markedly higher when fresh, usually diminishing with drying to at least half. This can be due to the very high levels of baeocystin, a psychoactive psilocybin precursor.
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This compound, popular within Psilocybe but usually at far lower rates, is named for the mushroom itself, being first identified and described from the genus.
Along with the compound sharing its nickname, P. baeocystis also boasts psilocin levels that place it in the top three. While the psilocybin content is close to P. cubensis, moderate to low, this species also contains a small but effective amount of norbaeocystin, a similar alkaloid to the rest. All together, this makes for a very potent mushroom when fresh: 1-3 mushrooms or up to five grams would be a large dose. A sample of just one gram will produce lively effects when dried.
P. baeocystis is a unusual but beneficial choice for home growing due to both the overall potency of the species and the particular value on the freshness of the fruiting bodies. This is fairly flexible in its substrate tolerance: peat, mulches and stock based on humus may be the correct choices. While they may be confused with related species such as P. aztecorum, P. quebecensis, or P. cyanescens, they are primarily a common wild cultivar to attain full freshness.
This species defined a common compound that contributes to the “magic” of Psilocybe mushrooms. Either dried or, for the lucky explorer, fresh samples are ensured to provide an intense experience.