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Albino Penis Envy

Albino Penis Envy Mushroom, one of the most potent strains of Psilocybin, named because, well, they happen to look like giant penises. Discovered deep in the Amazon by renowned Psychedelic researcher Terence McKenna, this strain of magic mushroom has some of the highest levels of psychotropic alkaloids, giving users a sense of profound introspection, abstract thinking, with strong sensations of euphoria and visuals. They tend to be difficult to grow, and thus can be rare to find. Trips tend to last up to 6 hours when a minimum of 0.5 grams are consumed, although each trip will vary between users.

 

Benefits

  • Neurodegenerative Repair | Clears Brain Fog |

    Boosts Creativity & Cognitive Processing |

    Aids with Depression & Addiction | Improves Mood |

    Increase Energy | Relieves Stress

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  • Dosage

    Albino Penis Envy Mushroom strain is known to be potent, depending on the type of experience you wish to have start with .5 – 1g and increase as needed every hour.

    Trips tend to last up to 6 hours when a minimum of 0.5 grams are consumed, although each trip will vary between users.

  • How to Use

    Mushrooms can be ingested many ways, you can keep it simple or get creative.

    Some common ideas are:

    As is, chew and swallow.

    Steeped with a tea.

    With food, on pizza, ground on ice cream.

     

  • Ingredients

    Premium Dried Albino Penis Envy Mushrooms

Psilocybin Mushrooms

Most often used as a Psychedelic drug making people have visual hallucinations, Psilocybin has been found to be an effective treatment for those suffering from treatment resistant depression. Medicinal benefits from Psilocybin can be obtained from amounts significantly below the minimum threshold of intoxication, in what is commonly referred to as Microdosing, or from doses above half a gram giving the user psychedelic effects, referred to as Tripping. Psilocybin can also be classed as a Nootropic as it has been found to increase the amount and density of our dendritic spines, which are small protrusions found on nerve cells, aiding in the transmission of information between nerves, and boosting levels of neurogenesis.