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Flying Saucer Mushrooms is a psilocybe Azurescen mushroom is a highly active and mysterious mushroom. Its nick name is “Flying Saucers” because of its similar shape to UFO’s. Buy Flying Saucer Mushrooms
P. azurescens, also known as Flying Saucers, Blue Runners, Blue Angels, or Azzies, are the strongest psilocybin species that grows in the wild. This is a cool weather mushrooms that prefers growing on hard wood chips and sometimes sea grass along the coast
Provide a source of vitamin D.
Stimulate a healthier gut
Support a healthy immune system
Decrease the risk of cancer
Lower sodium intake.
Promote lower cholesterol
Protect brain health
Some mushroom species contain toxins that cause hallucinations.
Many poisonous mushrooms cause gastrointestinal illness, such as nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps and diarrhoea.
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Have you ever heard of people ending up in the ER due to mushroom poisoning?These frequent accidents occur due to the fact that people think they “know” which mushrooms are safe to eat and which are not. Reality shows us that many of them are wrong.Buy Flying Saucer Mushrooms
Things get even more complicated when it comes to psilocybin mushrooms. This is due to the fact that the psychological profile of the persons willing to try this type of mushrooms includes a higher tolerance for risk.Flying Saucer Mushroom for sale USA
That is why it is crucial to invest a lot of time in getting to know the specific characteristics of psilocybin mushrooms before you head out to pick them up and eat them. This can make the difference between having a pleasant spiritual experience of ending up in the ER with serious poisoning.Flying Saucer Mushroom for sale USA.Flying Saucer Mushroom for sale
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Flying saucer mushrooms are only found on the West coast of the U.S. from California to Washington, and mostly cluster near the Columbia River delta in Oregon. That’s because they prefer to live in sandy soils, such as near dunes and sea grasses, and on loose, decaying wood. They can even withstand pretty chilly temperatures compared to other psilocybin containing mushrooms, from 16 to 24° C (60 – 75° F). Fortunately, that also makes Azzies easy to cultivate outside for home growers in the U.S. and Europe. Unfortunately, though, they apparently taste very bitter.