Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World: An Introductory Guide to Shrooms,Growing Psychedelic Mushrooms,and the Full Effects,Sapiens

by Andrew Paul

Published Jul 06, 2019 by Amazon.com Services LLC

Price: $3.99

(Price last checked: 06/28/2020, 2:52 PM)

4.2 out of 5 on Amazon with 40 ratings

Whether it is for research or medicinal use, edible or psychedelic use, seeing your hard work pay off and growing your own crops of mushrooms can be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience.


This exciting, in-depth guide to growing your own psychedelic mushrooms is perfect for the budding mycologist, filled with chapters on where to start, how to start, what to grow, and how to make the experience worthwhile.


Even if you have been growing your own mushrooms for some time, there are always new things to learn, and new ways to do things. This book can be a valuable tool for you as well.


Focusing mainly on the Psilocybin cubensis family, this book contains just about everything you need to grow your own mushrooms in the comfort of your own home.


From start to finish I have provided you with a full step by step guide on how to get started, filled with tips and advice to help you through the process. Including:



  • Where to buy spores

  • How to research vendors

  • What tools you will need

  • How to create a stress-free environment

  • How to get the best out of your shrooms

  • How to enjoy your harvest

  • How to become self-sufficient


We will learn about the history of the psilocybin mushroom, its uses, and spiritual significance. We’ll also cover ways that they can improve your mental health, and take note of the other possible benefits of using psilocybin mushrooms. As well as understand the risks, and how to pull back from a bad trip. There are also tips on how to ensure the best possible experience when you are ingesting your homegrown, hard-won harvest of beautiful little fruits.


We will explore two different methods of growing, including an in-depth guide on how to use the famous PF Tek to grow from spores to fruits. You will learn how to spot contamination, how to set up your colonization jars, and how to build a fruiting chamber. We will also go over how to optimize the growth conditions and substrate.


The book also covers how to troubleshoot the issues surrounding everything from sterilization and substrate jars to drying your final harvest. How to store your mushrooms to extend their life and potency; and how to powder your dried harvest for the microdosing enthusiast.


Best of all, this book will also guide you in creating your own spore prints for trade with other mycologists, or for the artist in you. Tips on how to use different materials to get the best, healthiest prints are included. You will also be able to make your own spore syringes using your own spore prints!


With this book in hand, you will be able to keep growing your own mushrooms, whether, for personal or commercial use, you will never need to buy your own again. Happy growing!


 

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