Psilocybe Natalensis Mushroom Genetics

Psilocybe Natalensis Mushroom Genetics

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The oyster enigma is an especially interesting variety, as it does not produce mushroom fruiting bodies, but instead produces a blob-like mycelial formation that somewhat resembles a brain.

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This Psilocybe Natalensis Mushroom Genetic culture was described in taxonomy in 1995 and corroborated by genetic sequencing conducted by mycologist Alan Rockefeller.

A closely related sister species to Psilocybe cubensis, it is native to pastures in the Natal region of South Africa. The species is known as “Natal Super Strength” due to its high potency.

Psilocybe Natalensis Mushroom Genetics are hygrophanous, meaning their brown pileus (caps) can turn white. They belong to the Hymenogastraceae family and contain high psilocybin, psilocin, and baeocystin levels in their bluing fruit bodies.

Psilocybin, psilocin, and baeocystin are naturally occurring psychoactive, hallucinogenic compounds known as alkaloids.

All Cultures and Microscopy supplies are for Taxonomy, Microscopy and Study purposes ONLY! We will not provide any growing help or advice and do not condone to the growth of any active products. 

 

  1. Very resilient to molds: P. natalensis is very vigorous and highly resistant to disease and contamination. This species has more aggressive mycelium than cubensis, meaning it is much better able to actively outcompete molds and resist contamination. While P. cubensis is a tenacious and forgiving species, molds can rapidly spell doom to a fruiting flush of the fungus. A more resilient and contamination-resistant species like P. natalensis could be a boon for the beginner grower.

 

In Conclusion:

The overall consensus view shared by experienced psilonauts and indigenous groups that have sampled different mushrooms is that mushrooms consistently vary in characterization. These professional differences have been reported over a vast range of domestic and wild samples, so it might be better to be informed through direct experience. As one psilonaut put it:

“I was amazed how different the trip from each species is after just thinking – it’s all psilocybin.”

Given its forgiving and vigorous nature and cherished qualities, P. natalensis may be ripe for further cloning and isolation work to dial in specific phenotypes. In this way, it will likely take various future forms, much like cubensis. Undoubtedly, natalensis is a species worthy of much more attention.

FAQ:

P. natalensis mushrooms discovered in South Africa in the Natal region where they often grow in a xerophytic, dry habitat. They were first discovered in 1995 by scientists Jochen Gartz, Michael Smith, Derek Reid, and Albert Eicker and are known for their strong bluing feature and high potency.

Researchers found murals in Tassili caves in the south of Algeria, known to be the oldest prehistoric evidence for psychotropic mushrooms. These figures are thought to resemble African mushroom species, including P. cubensis and P. natalensis.

Psilocybe Natalensis Mushroom Genetics

The effects of psilocybin-containing mushrooms depend on many factors, such as dose, set and setting, preparation, and consumption methods. Therefore it is hard to tell what effects are specific to which species.

A thread on Shroomery.org documented people’s experiences cultivating and sampling the species.

We’ve only just scratched the surface when it comes to profiling the chemical constituents of psilocybin-producing mushrooms, as evidenced by the recent detection of beta-carboline compounds in trace amounts and the recently discovered presence of various alkaloids such as baeocystin, norbaeocystin, and aeruginascin. .

One study concluded that the “varied cocktail of tryptamines (serotonergic hallucinogens) in wild mushrooms could influence the medicinal effect.”  Another fresh-off-the-presses research study stated that the “P. cubensis metabolome possibly contains thousands of uncharacterized compounds, at least some of which may be bioactive,” and that “our understanding of the chemical diversity of these mushrooms is largely incomplete.”

Spore Syringes:

Spores are for microscopy purposes only. Please shake before use on microscopy slides. Spore syringes are 12ML, filled with 10ML spore solution. Thus, preventing the plunger of the syringe from breaking. In the instance that the liquid expands from freezing and hot weather.

FAQ: I can’t see spores, does that mean there are none? Golden Teacher Mushroom Genetics 

When you are viewing a clear spore solution it can actually contain thousands of microscopic spores. Properly mixed spore syringes will be clump free. You will not be able to easily see the spores inside with eyes alone.

At Fullsend OrgaNicks, we use a magnet stir plate and stir bar to mix the spores equally within the solution. You may sometimes see spores with the naked eye. Under a microscope, you would see all of the unseen spores floating around.

A clear solution will still have thousands of spores and when you use it. Some vendors will go as far as coal in their spore solutions to give the appearance of more spores.

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All of Fullsend OrgaNicks spores and liquid cultures are 100% viable. Every syringe is issue free. You are responsible if your spores or liquid culture are in a hot mailbox all day.

Please be mindful of the times you order and how long your order sits in the heat for.

If you would like your order faster, please contact us and we would be happy to help.

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Disclaimer: Psilocybin is a largely illegal substance, and we do not encourage or condone its use where it is against the law. 

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Weight .8 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 6 × 2 in
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