Did you know that there is a species of psilocybin mushroom that grows in the Czech Republic and other parts of Europe? It’s called Psilocybe bohemica. Let’s find out more about this fungus.

This post will tell you all about the Psilocybe bohemica, including where to find it, what it looks like, and its psychedelic potency. Read on to find out more!

Psilocybe Bohemica – History

Psilocybe bohemica is a species of fungus in the Hymenogastraceae family (genus Psilocybe). It was first described as a species in 1983. It’s also known as Šebek, after the name of the mycologist who identified it.

Psilocybe Bohemica – Habitat

This fungus is found mainly in Europe (primarily in Central and Eastern Europe). It is a rare species and its fruiting bodies appear singly or in groups. It grows on decayed wood, on compost, in gardens, parks, on the side of roads. Psilocybe bohemica is similar to Psilocybe cyanescens that grows in North America. Other alike species include Psilocybe serbica and Psilocybe mairei.

Psilocybe Bohemica – Morphology

The cap of the Psilocybe bohemica has 0.8-2.0 inches in diameter. The color is light brown when dry and rusty brown when wet. The gills are light brown at the beginning and change into dark brown as the specimen gets older. The stem is white, glossy and 2.0-3.1 inches long. It bruises blue when crushed or cut.

Psilocybe Bohemica – Hallucinogenic Effects

The Psilocybe bohemica mushroom has relatively high dosages of psychoactive compounds, mostly psilocybin and psilocin. After eating roughly 2 grams of dried Psilocybe bohemica, users see psychedelic hallucinations that last for 6 hours. Psilocybin mushrooms have a variety of psychological and physical effects, which can be unpredictable and varied. Mood enhancement and mood elevation are common, as well as perception abnormalities, visual disturbances, and a general change in sensory sensitivity.

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That’s all we know about the Psilocybe bohemica. Thanks for reading!


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