Origin: “Magic Mushrooms” have been around since the beginning of time and can even be found in ancient glyphs. Although the origin is unknown, it’s said that the Creepers got their name because when studied under a microscope, trained mycologists this strain’s wild spores would spread like wild fire, “creeping” in every direction, quickly. Because of its fast colonizing, this psilocybe cubensis strain is great for research and for beginner cultivators as well.
The cap size is proportionate to its stem. The stem turns blue/grey when bruised which shows its potency. The bluer, the better in terms of it’s psychoactive effects! It is one of 180 strains that contain the psychoactive compounds of psilocybin and psilocin.
People take magic mushrooms for a variety of reasons – mental health support, mood enhancement, to boost creativity and to alter reality. Research shows a definitive link between the consumption of magic mushrooms and positive effects on mental health, among other attributes. Microdosing shrooms for example, is becoming an accepted treatment for mental health conditions including addiction, anxiety and clinical depression. No matter what your reason, we’ve got something for everyone in our growing selection of psilocybin shroom strains here at BC Kronikk.
Please note that indoor cultivation tends to increase the concentration levels of mushrooms. Potency can vary greatly from one batch to another and from one part (caps, stems, etc..) to another. Because of these natural and unpredictable variations, it’s highly recommended to mix, chop or grind up your mushrooms together for a more homogenizing effect and to reduce unwanted (weak) or unexpectedly strong doses of psilocybin.
Active Ingredient: Psilocybin, Psilocin