Wavy Caps Mushrooms
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Wavy Caps Mushrooms, also often referred to as Psilocybe Cyanescens is a species of potent shrooms that grow on woodchips in the wild.
These magic mushrooms are characterized by their wavy caramel caps. This magic mushroom is an aggressive ruderal species that grow during the cold winter months in the Pacific Northwest. They are known to be fruit in clusters; the largest known discovery was 100,000 mushrooms found in the UK.
Consuming Wavy Caps will provide wonderful visual enhancements and heightened sensations.
Expect cyclical and often swelling feelings of euphoria and ecstasy. Feelings of connection to Places, People, Nature, Time, and the Universe can also be expected.
At a larger dose you can expect to lose the sense of self also known as ego-death.
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The Wavy Cap Mushroom, also known as Psilocybe Cyanescens, is a powerful mushroom species that grow on wood chips in the wild. These amazing mushrooms are characterized by their wavy, caramelized caps.
Psilocybe cyanescens gills are moderately crowded and loosely attached to the stem. The gills of a young wavy mushroom are pale, but they start to develop dark spots as the mushroom ages before turning a dark shade of purple. However, the edges of the gills remain brown throughout the lifetime of the mushroom. Like the caps, they turn bluish when bruised.
The stems of the Psilocybe Cyanescens are about a quarter-inch wide and grow between 1.5 and 3 inches tall. The stem is chalk white, circular, and fibrous. Some wavy mushrooms have a stem that is wider at the top and narrower in the middle. When the partial veil of the mushroom sheds, it leaves an evanescent ring on the stem.
Its spores are smooth and ellipsoidal. Deposited Psilocybe Cyanescens pores are dark purple or brownish.
Wavy mushrooms have no distinct odor.
They mainly grow in places rich in ligneous material such as on mulchy areas, coniferous woods, leaf litter, or sawdust. They can also be found in mulched gardens and plant beds. Mostly, they fruit in lower temperatures, such as during fall. They can grow solitarily but have also been found in large clusters.
Psilocybe cyanescens is believed to have originated in Central Europe. Over the years, they have spread across the globe but are mainly found in Central and Western Europe,