Psilocybe Azurescens


Psilocybe Azurescens For Sale is a hallucinogenic fungus that contains the active chemicals psilocybin and psilocin. It is one of the most potent tryptamine-containing mushrooms, with up to 1.8% psilocybin, 0.5% psilocin, and 0.4% baeocystin by dry weight, with an average of 1.1% psilocybin and 0.15% psilocin. It is a member of the order Agaricales and the family Hymenogastraceae.

SKU: N/A Category:

Psilocybe Azurescens For Sale, often known as flying saucer mushroom or indigo psilocybe, is not very blue unless injured, and its scientific name is not a relation to its color.

The mycologist who described the species named it after his son, Azureus, who was called after the bluing reaction of psilocybin mushrooms in general.

When not injured, P. azurescens is predominantly caramel-colored and has a very powerful psychotropic effect. It is only known to grow wild in areas of the northeast coast of North America, although it is also widely farmed in a number of nations.

Psilocybe Azurescens For Sale is closely related to P. cubensis in many ways. They have a similar appearance and are biochemically similar, having comparable, though not identical, effects when ingested.

Both are commonly cultivated, and it would be easy to confuse the blue angel with another cube variety—especially since many people find the distinction between species and strain to be a little perplexing. If that describes you, don’t panic; just imagine mushrooms as dogs.

P. cubensis strains are like different breeds of domestic dogs, which come in a variety of shapes and sizes but are all the same species, whereas Psilocybe Azurescens is like a coyote—it looks and even acts similar, but it’s a different species, and it’s important not to confuse the two.

Psilocybe Azurescens Dried P. cubensis

Here is a quick, side-by-side comparison:

P. azurescens P. cubensis
Cap Caramel to straw-colored with a peaked center Variable, usually brownish, usually rounded or flattish on top
Stem May have a subtle ring zone Has a well-developed, persistent ring
Substrate Type (in the wild) Eats wood and woody debris Eats horse and cattle dung
Natural Range Northwestern North America Most tropical and subtropical areas worldwide
Potency Very high Moderate
Taste Bitter Earthy

Identification and Description

  • Cap: Small to medium, conical when young but becoming flat with a central bump. Brown to caramel-color, sometimes with bluish or blackish splotches, drying to pale straw-color.
  • Gills: Attached to the stem, mottled brown with whitish edges, but will stain black if damaged.
  • Stem: Thin, twisted, whitish to brownish, hollow when mature. Sometimes has a distinct ring-zone, but not a skirt-like ring. May have clumps of mycelium emerging from near the base.
  • Smell: Either odorless or flour-like.
  • Taste: Very bitter
  • Spore color: Purple-brown to purple-black.
  • Edibility: Psychoactive.
  • Habitat: Likes coastal dunes with grass and woody debris, as well as sandy soil with woody debris generally or beds of wood-chips. Fruits in loose groups to tight clusters. Fruits from the autumn into early winter.
  • Range: Has been found growing wild in California, Oregon, and Washington.

The majority of the distinctions between Buy Psilocybe Azurescens and P. cubensis are slight. The latter, for example, is typically significantly smaller and has a smooth cap, whereas Psilocybe Azurescens For Sale has a striate cap. The presence or lack of a stem ring is the most noticeable distinction. However, because they have no overlap in their ranges and require quite different substrate types, they are unlikely to be confused.


Within the Psilocybe genus, Psilocybe Azurescens has several close relatives. It would be tough to distinguish these in the field because most do not share the same range. P. azurescens, on the other hand, is an LBM (“little brown mushroom”), a huge group of mostly unrelated, unremarkable mushrooms.

It’s not that LBMs can’t be distinguished; it’s that the forager must pay close attention to all of the subtleties that go into mushroom identification—people who think “well, this looks about right, I don’t need to take a spore-print” are more likely to make mistakes.

And mistakes can be deadly, as one of the look-alikes is The Deadly Galerena (Galerina marginata), a fungus with a very suitable name. Worse, because The Deadly Galerina also feeds on wood, the two can coexist and even fruit in mixed clumps.

You could recognize nineteen of twenty mushrooms in a clump as Psilocybe Azurescens, harvest the twentieth without checking, and then die because the twentieth was a Deadly Galerina. Every single mushroom collected for food must be thoroughly checked for identification.

Buy Psilocybe Azurescens Effects

Psilocybin (the principal psychoactive element in Psilocybe mushrooms) generally modifies mood, thought pattern, and perception for four to eight hours (longer trips are possible). There are also bodily symptoms, the most prevalent of which being nausea and yawning.

An altered thought-pattern can include significant personal and spiritual insight; but, for these insights to have a significant impact on human growth, a significant amount of work must be done afterwards to integrate and understand the experience. A vacation alone does not make a person wise.

The mood change is peculiar in that psilocybin seemed to accentuate whatever was already going on for the individual. The trip will most likely be euphoric if you are in a safe, calm environment and are feeling mellow and positive. If you go in tense or apprehensive, the journey could turn into a nightmare.

At microdoses, hallucinations are absent, and at light or moderate dosages, they are subtle—for example, colors intensify and walls appear to breathe. Only at greater doses can the visions deviate significantly from reality, and by then, the user’s thinking is far more bizarre than the visions. It is possible to experience temporary loss of self, which some users find alarming while others find enlightening.

A medically significant overdose is possible, but uncommon. Psilocybin is not without risk, yet it is one of the least dangerous mind-altering chemicals known.

Psilocybe Azurescens is supposed to provide an exceptionally strong and visual trip, though whether this is due to an actual change in impact is uncertain. People may simply take bigger amounts of this fungus because it is so strong.

Psilocybe Azurescens Potency

The psilocybin concentration of P. azurescens has been reported to be 1.78% (dry weight). It also has 0.38% psilocin (a chemical that the body converts to psilocybin) and 0.35% baeocystin (another psychedelic drug).

Those figures are noticeably greater than the highest limit for the more familiar P. cubensis. Surprisingly, not only is the combined psilocybin/psilocin figure much greater, but P. azurensis has primarily psilocybin, which means it is less likely to lose strength in storage (psilocybin is chemically more stable).

It is important to note, however, that mushrooms vary.The combined psilocybin/psilocin content of P. cubensis can range from 0.51% to 1.72%. Psilocybe Azurescens could also vary greatly.

It should be obvious, then, that dosage recommendations are simply guidelines, especially given that human susceptibility to various medications differs. It’s best to err on the side of taking too little rather than too much.

Dosage Of Psilocybe Azurescens For Sale

We don’t have a recommended dosage for Psilocybe azurescens because so much is up to the person. Check out our general magic mushroom dosage guide to see if you can find a dose that works for you.

You can also use our magic mushroom dosage calculator, which allows you to select from six dosage levels, including microdose and heroic dose. Lemon Tek and Shroom Tea are two popular ways to consume Psilocybe azurescens.

Growing vs Buying Psilocybe azurescens

The conventional methods for producing magic mushrooms (PF Tek, Shoebox Tek, SGFC, Monotub Tek, and so on) do not work for Psilocybe Azurescens since they were created for P. cubensis (a subtropical/tropical dung-eater), which is a completely different organism.P. azurescens is a wood-eating temperate species. However, it can be grown both indoors and outdoors.

Indoor grows utilizing wood chips in the refrigerator have been successful[iv]. Outdoor cultivation entails preparing and inoculating a bed before leaving it alone, with the exception of occasional watering[v]. In either case, colonization takes months. The fruiting period is also lengthy.

It is worth noting that persons who do not live in the range of this species should not grow it outdoors due to the risk of it escaping into the wild. While P. azurescens is not known to be invasive, such things are difficult to forecast, and once an imported species causes issues in the environment, it’s too late to do much about it.

A user who does not live in Psilocybe Azurescens’ native range must decide whether to cultivate (indoors) or buy. Each has perks and cons.

While cultivating this species is not easy, it is still very low-cost per gram and has the advantage of privacy—there are many jurisdictions where possession of Psilocybe spores is legal because they do not contain any psilocybin, so while the grower still violates the law, no accomplice needs to know about it.

However, this legal gap does not apply everywhere. Growing provides the bigger legal risk in several situations. In any event, not everyone desires a plentiful supply of mushrooms. Buying is the preferable option for folks who use mushrooms only occasionally or want to try a different variety every time.

Toxicity, Safety & Side Effects

Psilocybin is, as noted, relatively safe but not risk-free. Plus there are dangers related to the law and the danger of misidentification.

Legal Risk

In many jurisdictions across the world, psilocybin in any form is illegal, and penalties can be severe, even draconian. It’s important that anyone wishing to use any kind of shroom clearly understand the law in their area.

Identification Problems

As previously stated, mistaking a toxic mushroom for a Psilocybe could result in death. Even with the greatest medical care, not everyone who consumes the Deadly Galerina survives.

Because the beginning of symptoms is typically delayed for a day or more, many people are unaware that the mushroom they ate is the source of their illness and hence do not receive the necessary treatment.

Anyone who feels they have eaten a Deadly Galerina should go to the nearest hospital as soon as possible, preferably with a sample of the offending mushroom.

Correct diagnosis is required for proper treatment. You have a chance to live, so don’t give up. Because the two species both consume wood and can grow together, Psilocybe azurescens is more likely to be confused with Deadly Galerina than many other Psilocybes.

Side Effects and Overdoses

Psilocybin can have unpleasant or even deadly side effects at times. Nausea, vomiting, anxiety, and trouble with coordination or balance are the most prevalent. Convulsions and even death have happened in rare circumstances.

Children (who may eat the mushrooms without realizing what they are) are especially vulnerable to adverse effects. At greater doses, issues become much more likely, and a dose that is higher than the consumer is prepared for might potentially create major complications.

It is critical to never travel alone and to always take too little rather than too much. Because Psilocybe Azurescens is so strong, a minor miscalculation can easily result in a significant overdose, making overdose more likely than with most other Psilocybes.

It’s worth emphasizing that the entire effect of psilocybin is a sort of poisoning; it’s just a form that many people enjoy and that rarely causes long-term harm. However, someone who unintentionally consumes a psychoactive mushroom—someone who goes on a trip unwillingly—should be treated as a victim of mushroom poisoning. They will be in for a very miserable time.

Wood-Lovers’ Paralysis

Psilocybe Azurescens, like a few other Psilocybes, has a unique danger not observed in other hallucinogenic mushrooms. Wood-lovers’ paralysis is so named because it is observed in mushrooms that consume wood; nevertheless, it has not yet been fully studied, thus no one understands what causes it. For all anyone knows, the relationship with wood could be a red herring.

Wood-lovers’ paralysis can range from complete immobilization to clumsiness and weakness, and anything in between. Muscles might be rigid, lax, or difficult to control. It is just temporary, yet it is exceedingly dangerous, because victims are unable to protect or help themselves.

Although psilocybin can create coordination problems, wood-lovers’ paralysis is regarded to be a different issue because it can occur at low doses. Furthermore, it does not appear to happen with the majority of psilocybin-containing species, only those that chew wood—and predominantly in Australia.

There are a few reasonable hypotheses as to the source of the paralysis of wood-lovers, but it’s unclear which, if any, of them are correct. Fortunately, the disorder is extremely uncommon.


1 ounce, 1/4 ounce, 1/2, pound


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Psilocybe Azurescens”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top