Canada Golden Teacher 2.0 is one of the most amazing strains of psychedelic mushrooms. This popular strain of shroom aka psyilocybe cubensis mushrooms is bred for all experience levels and intensity levels as dosage can be varied based on your desired outcome.
This strain can also be used in teas and microdosing. Golden Teacher magic mushrooms allows you to express your inner creativity and mindfulness to another level! BC Golden Teacher Shrooms (psilocybin cubensis) are grown locally with organic practices to ensure optimal potency! The golden teacher mushroom potency is considered is a on the medium scale.
Golden Teacher mushrooms are considered to be relatively safe, with no known fatal overdose. However, as with any psychoactive substance, we recommend taking mushrooms responsibly and in a safe setting, and to be aware of any potential risks.
How to consume magic mushrooms:
We recommend these tips to avoid a bad trip when taking a high dose of psilocybin / psilocin mushrooms:
1. Start off with consuming psilocybin at a lower dosage such as 1-2 grams, especially for a beginner looking to get into psychedelics.
2. Have a trip sitter who’s not participating to be there with you.
3. Stay hydrated.
Trinity mushrooms are the next level if you are trying for a more potent strain of psilocybin mushrooms
Golden Teacher Shrooms are a strain of Psilocybin mushroom that are known for their distinctive golden or yellow-colored caps when fresh. After dehydrating magic mushrooms, they get brittle and storage for magic mushrooms is best in a sealed container such as a mylar bag or jar with a silica packet.
The effects of Golden Teacher mushrooms can vary depending on the dosage and the individual taking them, but generally, they are reported to produce a range of physical and psychological effects.
Physical effects can include:
Dilation of pupils
Increased heart rate
Elevated blood pressure
Increased body temperature
Psychological effects can include:
Open and closed-eye visuals
A sense of interconnectedness with the universe.
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