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What are Golden Teacher Mushrooms?
Golden teacher mushrooms are the most popular strain of psilocybin magic mushrooms and are recognized as a benchmark mushrooms with psychoactive substance in the psychedelic mushrooms market. These psilocybin mushrooms get their name from their golden caps with yellow speckles. They are known for their wisdom teachings and their shining yellow-gold caps. They allegedly first appeared in the wild in Florida during the mid-1980s. Since then, these mushrooms have become a favorite among consumers who take psilocybin mushrooms in recreational, ceremonial, or therapeutic settings.
Golden teachers belong to psilocybe cubensis genus which is the most commonly cultivated species of magic mushroom. Psilocybe cubensis belongs to the family Hymenogastraceae, critical for those who are growing mushrooms. A mushroom family sits on top of a gene, and a gene will be interbred to have different so-called magic mushrooms strains. The mushrooms that was given by the lady shaman Maria Sabina to the Western investment banker and entheogenic enthusiast R. Gordon Wasson in the town of Huautla de Jimenez, who introduced magic mushrooms to the West, was not psilocybe cubensis genus, but psilocybe Mexicana.
Golden Teacher Mushroom Appearance
Golden teacher mushrooms come with a golden cap as large as 5 cm in diameter and as small as 1 cm. Their stems are usually thinner in proportion to the width of the cap and could be 1/10th of the size. Another sign to identify GT mushrooms is that their caps could be variable in size and inconsistent in each flush. Trippy Treats Mushroom
All the mushrooms that you find for sale in the online market, are dehydrated and not wild (fresh). The weight of fresh mushrooms is generally ten times higher than the dry ones. There are two methods of dehydration in the market, oven drying and freeze-drying. If they are dried in a twisted format, they are oven dried! If the mushrooms look exactly like their fresh formats, they are definitely freeze-dried. Another sign to figure out how they are dried is the appearance of blue or white stains on the mushrooms. These stains are light signs of surface oxidation. In freeze drying, the entire water content gets evaporated, and we do not see any blue colors on the mushroom caps or stems.