GOLD CAP MUSHROOMS
The golden cap shroom, more commonly known as Psilocybe cubensis, is the most common psychedelic mushroom species. One of the main reasons for this is it’s fairly simple to grow, especially for first-timers without a lot of experience cultivating mushrooms. Buy gold cap mushroom online.
The first scientific record of golden cap shrooms—also known as gold cap shrooms, golden tops, cubes, cubies, boomers, or gold caps—was in 1906 by Franklin Sumner Earle in Cuba. (Cubensis actually means “coming from Cuba” in Latin.) At the time, the mycologist from Chicago called it Stropharia cubensis. A year later, it was identified by French pharmacist and mycologist Narcisse Théophile Patouillard in northern Vietnam.
Golden cap shrooms are a dung-loving species which often colonizes the dung of plant-eating animals, such as cows and goats. They grow in tropical and subtropical environments, including the United States, Central and South America, the West Indies, and Mexico. They can also be grown relatively easily at home, in a sterile environment that’s around 75 degrees Fahrenheit with a setup that costs a few hundred dollars or less.
Golden cap shrooms are the largest of all psychedelic mushrooms. They’re known as “golden cap shrooms” or “gold cap shrooms” simply because their caps are often a light golden color. Their umbrella-shaped caps are also often a darker brown in the middle and have a white ring around the perimeter.
They can range from about 1.5 to eight centimeters; they’re also smooth and bruise a navy blue color, which is one way they’re identified by foragers. Buy gold cap mushroom online