Psilocybe cubensis Enigma
Although Enigma cubensis looks like something completely out of this world — they’re not a new species of mushrooms. It’s a mutation (or several) of the Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms.
The most distinctive feature of Enigma mutations is the blob-like clustering of the mycelial bodies that resemble a brain or, sometimes, longer, truffle-like forms. Unlike many other P. cubensis mushrooms, the Enigma blobs can take a month or more before they’re ready to harvest (rather than a few days, as with many other mushroom strains).
Another exciting feature of the Enigma is that it doesn’t produce spores, which means this is a single-generation variety of shrooms.
While this magic mushroom variety is known to produce potent psychoactive effects, even mycologists have difficulty categorizing mushroom strains and predicting their outcomes.
So although Enigma cubensis is said to produce powerful visual hallucinations and euphoria, the shroom’s growing conditions and the user’s body chemistry can significantly influence how powerful these mushrooms can be.
Available only in liquid culture syringes.
The Liquid Culture Syringe features high quality, live, liquid culture suspensions (not spores), in 10 ml. luer-lok syringes. Syringes are shipped capped with a separate sterile 18g syringe needle included, and can be stored for several months in a cool location.