Psilocybe tampanensis is a very rare psychedelic mushroom in the family Strophariaceae. Originally collected in the wild in a sandy meadow near Tampa, Florida in 1977, the fungus has never again been reported in Florida, but was later collected in Mississippi. The original Florida specimen was cloned, and descendants remain in wide circulation.

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Buy Psilocybe tampanensis online. Psilocybe tampanensis is collect in the wild by Steven Pollock in 1977 and all spores from this species have originates from this only specimen. A few years later mycologist Paul Stamets develope a method to cultivate sclerotia, which became the original “Philosopher’s stones”.

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The taste is very different from other psychedelic mushrooms, with a slightly tart and nutty flavour. Effects are identical to those of other psychedelic mushrooms. The active component in the sclerotia is psilocybin, a tryptamine that is chemically similar to the human neurotransmitter DMT (dimethyltryptamine). DMT is one of the strongest visionary psychedelics, which occurs abundantly in nature (trees, grasses etc.) and is easily break down by the body’s MAO enzymes, leaving no toxic byproducts behind. psilocybin tampanensis

Psilocybe tampanensis contains the psychedelic compounds psilocin and psilocybin, and is consume for recreational and entheogenic purpose.  The alkaloid content in the confiscate samples ranged from not detectable to 0.19% psilocybin, and 0.01 to 0.03% psilocin. According to mycologist Michael Beug, dried fruit bodies can contain up to 1% psilocybin and psilocin; in terms of psychoactive potency, Stamets considers the mushroom “moderately to highly active”.

Sclerotia are selling under the nickname “philosopher’s stones”. They have been describe as “resembling congealed muesli”, and having a somewhat bitter taste similar to walnut. Strains existing as commercial cultivation kits sold originally in countercultural drug magazines are derived from the original fruit body find by Pollock in Florida. Methods were originally developed by Pollock,and later extended by Stamets in the 1980s to cultivate the sclerotia on a substrate of rye grass (Lolium), and on straw. Sclerotia prepare in this way take from 3 to 12 weeks to develop. Pollock was granting a US patent in 1981 for his method of producing sclerotia.


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