Golden Teacher magic mushrooms effects, golden teacher spores. A spiritual classic that has been around for ages. The shining yellow-gold caps and wise teachings give this mushroom strain it’s rightful name. With a magic mushroom grow kit from this psilocybe cubensis you can expect medium size to large mushrooms with wide caps, ideal for spore printing.
This mushroom is a popular cultivated strain of Psilocybe cubensis, one of the world’s best-known hallucinogenic mushrooms. The name reflects the light brown, yellowish, gold top caps of this strain (wild P. cubensis is usually a little darker) and also the insight many users report receiving.
The mushroom strain is a favorite among cultivators and psychonauts for years. Cultivators love the GT spores because they grow in great flushes. And psychonauts love them because the psychedelic journey of these mushroom has a profound impact.
The mushroom strain is a psilocybe cubensis. A species of psychedelic mushroom whose main active elements are psilocybin and psilocin.
The p. cubensis species is the most well-known psilocybin mushroom because they have been widely distributed and they are easy to cultivate in a home setting.
Whether Golden Teacher is really more educational than other varieties is unclear; many users swear that the quality of the trip depends on the strain of mushroom involved; with some being more visual, others more physical, and so on. While others insist a cube is a cube is a cube (potency does vary). Either way, P. cubensis is known for producing a variety of enjoyable “symptoms,” including euphoria, introspection, and hallucinations—and some that are less-pleasant, such as nausea and sometimes anxiety. Serious side effects are rare but possible. There is some evidence that psilocybin, the psychoactive substance present in Psilocybe mushrooms, may have some medicinal value, though it is still extremely illegal in most jurisdictions (one reason there hasn’t been much research).
There are many psychoactive Psilocybes besides P. cubensis, as well as some hallucinogenic species in the Amanita genus that contain a very different active substance and hence give a very different kind of trip. Any of these might be said to be “magic,” but usually when people refer to magic mushrooms or shrooms, they mean P. cubensis, either the wild type or a cultivated strain, like Golden Teacher.
Golden Teacher mushrooms Effects
Golden Teacher is of roughly average potency, as P. cubensis strains go, and trips are often shorter than average, only two to four hours—an advantage for beginners who don’t know yet whether they’ll like the trip. Users report a very calm, relaxing experience with only mild visuals but a strong body component.
How much the user should take depends on what kind of experience the user wants (light, moderate, intense, or microdose); the user’s body weight, and whether the mushroom is fresh or dried. It’s possible to calculate an estimated dose for P. cubensis use, and since Golden Teacher is of moderate potency, that dose will probably be about right. But people and mushrooms both vary, so individual users will still have to do some trial-and-error.
Growing Golden Teacher
It is among the easiest P. cubensis strains to grow, since it will fruit heavily on almost any substrate and even in suboptimal conditions. It’s a good choice for first-time growers. The only drawback is that this strain is somewhat slower to fruit than most. Colonization time is about two weeks. Though it’s best to wait an extra week after colonization seems complete, just in case.
The first flush of GT’s will usually give you medium-sized magic mushrooms, and later flushes will most certainly be larger and fatter. The caps are about 5 cm in diameter and pretty plane once they grow to their fullest.
These Golden Teachers are not as fast fruiting as other Psilocybe cubensis. But because they grow even under less than optimal conditions, it really makes up for it. Thereby making them a favorite among first-time growers.
Golden Teacher, like most P. cubensis strains, will grow well by virtually any method, although the method must be carried through properly; growers who try out hybrid teks—and don’t have the experience to guide such experimentation—often end up with poor results.
Buying vs. Growing
Is it better to grow magic mushrooms like Golden Teacher or buy them? Actually, there are advantages and disadvantages for each.
Even the question of legality is a bit of a toss-up, for while growing might present less risk of prosecution for some people in some jurisdictions, in others buying is safer.
In most places, possessing psilocybin in any form (including the form of a mushroom) is illegal. But since spores do not contain psilocybin, they are legal to buy and sell. This means that a grower can buy everything necessary to begin a run without breaking the law. Allowing the spores to germinate is a crime, but nobody but the grower needs to know it’s happening.
But there are places where possession of spores is also illegal; and there are places that decriminalize the possession of psilocybin for personal use. In either case, the advantage of growing is lessened.
Legality aside, buying is quicker, simpler, and you can do it one a dose at a time. A definite advantage for novices who don’t know yet if they’ll ever want a second dose. On the other hand, growing is, per dose, substantially cheaper. And it’s easy to save spores for starting the next grow by just letting a few mushrooms mature and then taking a spore print. There are strains that are hard to collect spores from, but Golden Teacher isn’t among them.
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