The Psilocybe Tampanensis Truffles is also called The Stone of Philosophers or Mushrocks. It won’t come as a surprise that the Tampanensis or Philosopher’s Stone will send you a deep ride. The outcome will be deep thinking and very pleasant observations. Psilocybe Tampanensis Truffles
You’re going to be shocked at the amazing visuals you’re going to witness. The visuals are very impressive, particularly with your eyes closed. Try it and feel like a true philosopher! You’re not going
to be disappointed!
The Tampanensis was first discovered in nature in 1977. Dr. Steven Pollock found this mystical truffle in Tamp, Florida. This is the name Psilocybe Tampanensis. Some time later, around 1978, mycologist Paul Stamets discovered a way to cultivate the Tampanensis. The Stone of the First Philosopher was born. In the Netherlands, in addition to Tampanensis, the Philosopher’s Stone is sometimes called ‘tripknol’ or ‘triptruffle.
This kind of magic truffle is a bit heavy, so starting users should be very careful with their dose.
You can really go very far with this truffle and lose sight of your sense of time and space. Total silence or the rustling of trees or the sea can be very fun during a trip to Tampanensis. Experienced users can take a whole part, beginners can take half of it.
PSILOCYBE CUBENSIS – PSILOCYBE
This mushroom has a very fascinating past. All cultures or specimens in use today originated from
a single specimen found outside Tampa , Florida, in 1977. Since then, it has never
been seen rising wild in Florida. A second sighting claim was made in Mississippi, but no cultural material was obtained. Over the years, the small gene pool and successive clonings have degenerated most commercially available strains.