Mexican Albino

Mexican Albino

Common Names: Mexican Albino

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About

The Mexican Albino, often referred to as a leucistic variant of the Psilocybe cubensis, is notable for its lack of pigmentation, resulting in a striking white appearance. This mushroom is popular among psychonauts for its aesthetic appeal and potent psychoactive effects. Despite its name, it is not a true albino but rather a leucistic form, meaning it still produces some pigment, evident in the spore color. Cultivated primarily for its psychoactive properties, it is a favorite in the psychedelic community for its visual and sensory effects.

Physical Characteristics

Caps:

Usually 20-50 mm in diameter, convex to broadly convex, smooth, white to off-white, sometimes with bluish tones.

Gills:

Adnate to adnexed, close, initially cream, becoming purple-brown with maturity.

Cognitive Effects

Enhanced Creativity

Users report an increase in creative thinking and problem-solving abilities.

Psychoactive Effects

Altered Perception Of Time

Time may seem to pass slower or faster than usual.

Helps With

Depression

Some studies suggest potential benefits in treating depression.

Anxiety

Can reduce symptoms of anxiety in some users.

Potential Side Effects

Nausea

Can occur, particularly at higher doses.

Paranoia

Some users may experience increased anxiety and paranoia.

Medicinal Chemistry

Look Alike Species

Psilocybe Cyanescens

Specie:

Psilocybe cyanescens

Edibility:

Psychoactive

Differences:P. cyanescens has a wavy cap and a more pronounced bluing reaction when bruised.

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