Psilocybe Mexicana Galindoi Mushroom Syringe
AKA Magic Truffles
Psilocybe Mexicana var. Galindoi syringes
Species: Psilocybe Mexicana var. Galindoi (Mexicana)
Cultivation Difficulty: Moderate
Substrates: Equine dung pastures, enriched soils
Temperature: Subtropical, 65-80 degrees; 75-78 degrees
Strain Origin:Huautla de Jiménez, Mexico
Description: Discovered by famed mycologist Gastón Guzmán, the Psilocybe Mexicana var. Galindoi mushroom sometimes causes some confusion because of its history and various names which are used for it online. It was originally thought to be Psilocybe Atlantis, so you may see this strain called Psilocybe ATL#7, Psilocybe Galindoi ATL#7 but this not correct. It is also known as Psilocybe Galindoi or simply Galindoi.
Much like Ps. Mexicana Jalisco mushrooms, Ps. Galindoi mushrooms are part of the Mexicana family and are also one of the rare mushrooms that produce Psilocybin enriched sclerotia also referred to as “magic truffles”.
Sclerotia are small nuggets of hardened fungal mycelium that grow under the soil and contain food reserves. It is a survival mechanism for the fungi. If conditions get bad and the surrounding mycelia network gets damaged or dies, the sclerotia lies dormant for the conditions to be favorable again and then sends out new mycelium from the sclerotia to continue the life cycle. The Galindoi is one the best sclerotia producers of all the available Psilocybin mushroom sclerotia producers. They are primarily found throughout the Pine-Oak forests of Mexico and fruiting takes place from May to October.
Spore syringes: should be stored in the refrigerator. They can last 6 months or longer in refrigerator.
Next best is a cool dark place.
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