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Psilocybe caerulescens is a psychoactive mushroom related to the famous Psilocybe cubensis. It’s sometimes called the landslide mushroom because it likes to grow in the ground in sunny, vegetation-free areas with a lot of woody debris in the soil—the devastation zone of a recent landslide is just about perfect, though the fungus can grow in other places, too.
The landslide mushroom grows mostly in South and Central America, extending north only into the southern edge of the United States. Its recreational use is more recent and, in most jurisdictions, illegal.
It’s difficult to find information on what taking P. caerulescens is like, although since this mushroom is biochemically very similar to P. cubensis, the character and quality of their highs are likely also quite similar. In general, psilocybin mushrooms usually bring euphoria, relaxation, feelings of connection, important personal insights, sensory intensification and distortion, and also some nausea—although since psilocybin tends to exaggerate whatever mental state the user is already in, debilitating anxiety is also possible. And while dangerous side effects are rare, they are possible. It’s important to follow certain basic safety practices for best results with any psychoactive mushroom.
P. caerulescens is relatively low in terms of potency, but all that means is you have to eat more to get the same effect. Some people do suggest that low-potency mushrooms are better for beginners or for micro dosing.
It’s always best to err on the side of too little rather than too much, since higher doses make bad reactions more likely.
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