Hallucinogenic mushrooms are natural products and there are over 200 species of mushrooms that contain active substances with a psychedelic effect. They can be found on all continents, many of which in Mexico (53 species), the rest being distributed across:
- Canada and the US – 22 species
- Europe – 16 species
- Asia – 15 species
- Africa – 4 species
- Australia and associated islands – 20 species
In general, psilocybin-containing species are dark brown fungi that grow on humid and tropical/ subtropical grasslands and forests, usually in humus-rich soils and plant debris.
Psylocebe Cubensis spores perform the reproductive function. Basically, the spreading of the mushrooms works like in the case of a plant with tiny seeds. So, if you are passionate about mycology and want to research magic mushrooms, you need to spread quality psilocybin spores in a suitable environment. The best results are obtained using syringe spores.
A Psylocebe Cubensis spore syringe contains millions of quality spores that are floating in a sterile solution. These syringes usually come ready to use, but you need to ensure a clean environment when using them. Always clean your work area thoroughly, disinfect your hands, and make sure you use sterile gloves when working with spore syringes.