Our different types of sclerotia: Tampanensis, Galindoi, Atlantis and Mexicana A. Available in packages of 10 and 15 grams and accompanied by an informative brochure in several languages.
This is a close relative of Psilocybe mexicana and was discovered in Fulton County, Georgia (USA). It has a pleasant taste and smell, and many users feel it's more potent than the other sclerotia.
After extensive examination, world expert Gaston Guzman described Psilocybe galindoi as a new species. It is found growing in and near forests in Mexico, most recently in Georgia.
The Psilocybe Hollandia strain was bred in the Netherlands. It combines all the best sclerotia traits into one tasty and highly potent strain, a tourist favourite in the smartshops of Amsterdam!
These sclerotia are formed by the original sacred mushroom from Oaxaca, Mexico, that was discovered in 1958 by mycologist R. Gordon Wasson and studied by Albert Hofmann.
Dragon sclerotia are not found in nature but bred from Psilocybe Mexicana. The sclerotia form a large cluster which with a little imagination looks like the shape of a dragon.
Discovered in 1977 by Dr. Steven Pollock in Tampa, Florida (USA). A few years later mycologist Paul Stamets developed a method to cultivate sclerotia, which became the original "Philosopher's stones".
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