New Zealand Chaw

New Zealand Chaw

Common Names: New Zealand Chaw

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About

The New Zealand Chaw variant of Psilocybe cubensis is distinguished by its robust growth and unique adaptability to the cooler climates of New Zealand. This variant develops a distinctive cap that can vary from light golden to deep caramel under different growth conditions. It is sought after for both its potent psychoactive properties and its intriguing visual appearance. Cultivators appreciate this strain for its resilience and the dense flushes it produces.

Physical Characteristics

Caps:

Convex to broadly convex, becoming flat with age, smooth, gelatinous when wet

Gills:

Adnate to adnexed, close, grayish color in young, becoming nearly black in maturity

Cognitive Effects

Enhanced Creativity

May stimulate abstract and creative thinking.

Psychoactive Effects

Euphoria

Commonly induces feelings of joy and well-being.

Helps With

Depression

Can alleviate symptoms of depression in some users.

Anxiety

May reduce feelings of anxiety temporarily.

Potential Side Effects

Nausea

Can cause stomach discomfort and nausea.

Paranoia

May induce feelings of paranoia or anxiety in higher doses.

Medicinal Chemistry

Look Alike Species

Psilocybe Subaeruginascens

Specie:

Psilocybe subaeruginascens

Edibility:

Psychoactive

Differences:Has a more conical cap and less robust stem.

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