Were sure you've all heard about how potent Panaeolus Cyanescens, Panaeolus Cambodgeniensis and Panaeolus Tropicalus are.
well, straight up, they are very potent and deliver an extremely beautiful vibe
beyond description. So peacefull and colorfull, very potent yet about the "smoothest" mushroom experience out there in many Amsterdam growers opinions.
Its hard to
put it into words, you just have to experience them, and you will know. Pure bliss! So if you ever get a chance to go to Amsterdam and drop in the coffee shops
be sure and try any panaeolus cyanescen, panaeolus tropicalis, or panaeolus cambodgniensis.
That is the good news. The bad news is they are not near as easy to grow as cubensis, but they do domesticate, and can be grown indoors with a
little patience and lots of TLC according to legal growers in Amsterdam These are geared towards the intermediate and advanced growers of Amsteram and other places they are legal.
Now here are some fantastic pictures of the Panaeolus Cyanescen growing in their true habitat on some cow dung. These are from Manitee County Florida and they are HUGE and beautiful. We've seen a lot of pans over the years, but these top them all for nature pics, and are definatly some large speciamans for pans. Currently we are selling prints from these very mushrooms. The prints are a minimum of 2-4 prints per sheet of paper, of some very large sized prints for pans. AS you can see, these are some huge pans. The prints ranged at the smallest size a dime, up to a 1/2 silver dollar and larger. A very robust and fast growing pan species. Our friend in Florida has been pikcing these and others for years, and he says they are extremely potent. A mere gram will send you on a powerfull beautiful fantastic journey not to be forgotten. Take a look.
Very nice pictures eh ? Did you observe the ageing of the dung and the surrounding conditions they grow in in the wild? Ever been curious about that ?
These are some real important pictures here. These are panaeolus mushrooms growing in a filter patch bag on a mixture of birdseed, vermiculite and pasteurized straw. There is no casing soil nor dung. Panaeolus can be rather stubborn mushrooms to fruit at times and usually require a casing soil that has some lime buffer in it, but these were fruited without the lime buffered casing soil. A job well done. Ok you mad scientist, get busy :)
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