Guadalajara

Guadalajara

Common Names: Golden Teacher, Mexican Mushroom

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About

Psilocybe cubensis 'Guadalajara' is a regional variant from Mexico, known for its robust growth and potent psychoactive properties. This strain is particularly favored for its consistent flushes and larger than average fruiting bodies. The 'Guadalajara' variant thrives in humid, subtropical climates, making it quite popular among cultivators in similar environments worldwide. Its distinctive golden caps and profound psychoactive effects make it a sought-after variety for both recreational and therapeutic use.

Physical Characteristics

Caps:

Conical to convex, expanding to broadly convex and eventually flattening with age, smooth, viscous when wet, golden brown.

Gills:

Adnate to adnexed, close, initially light gray, becoming deep purple to blackish with maturity.

Cognitive Effects

Enhanced Creativity

May stimulate creative thinking and problem-solving.

Psychoactive Effects

Altered Perception

Can alter perception of time, space, and sensory modalities.

Helps With

Depression

Has been used in clinical settings to alleviate symptoms of depression.

PTSD

Shows potential in treating PTSD symptoms by facilitating emotional release.

Potential Side Effects

Nausea

Commonly experienced shortly after ingestion.

Anxiety

May cause anxiety or panic, particularly in unfamiliar settings.

Medicinal Chemistry

Look Alike Species

Psilocybe Mexicana

Specie:

Psilocybe mexicana

Edibility:

Psychoactive

Differences:Smaller size, different cap shape.

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