Wollongong

Wollongong

Common Names: Golden Teacher, Golden Cap

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About

The Psilocybe cubensis 'Wollongong' variant is a fascinating regional genetic expression from Southern Australia. Known for its robust growth and potent psychoactive properties, this variant typically produces large, dense fruits with a distinctive golden cap. Cultivators and researchers value it for its consistent performance and the intense visual and cognitive effects it induces. This variant is particularly sought after by those interested in the therapeutic and spiritual benefits of psilocybin mushrooms.

Physical Characteristics

Caps:

Convex to broadly convex to plane at maturity, smooth, viscous when moist, golden brown.

Gills:

Adnate to adnexed, narrow, close, grayish color in young but becomes nearly black in maturity due to spore color.

Cognitive Effects

Enhanced Creativity

Users report an increase in creative thought processes.

Psychoactive Effects

Euphoria

A profound sense of well-being and happiness.

Helps With

Depression

Psilocybin has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression in clinical studies.

Anxiety

Can reduce anxiety, particularly in a controlled therapeutic setting.

Potential Side Effects

Nausea

Common especially in raw or dried forms.

Paranoia

Can occur, particularly with higher doses or in unfamiliar settings.

Medicinal Chemistry

Look Alike Species

Psilocybe Subcubensis Mushroom

Specie:

Psilocybe subcubensis

Edibility:

Psychoactive

Differences:Smaller size, less robust growth, lower psychoactive compound concentrations.

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