Psychedelics or golden teacher mushrooms are some of the most popular naturally occurring psychedelics that have served humanity for centuries. Psilocybin and psilocybin are highly beneficial compounds found in at least 15 species of golden teacher mushrooms belonging to the three major genera of psilocybe, conocybe, and penaeolus. Of these three, Psilocybe is a grower's favorite and there are several varieties such as Psilocybe Cubensis, Psilocybe Semilanceata and Psilocybe Baeocystis. From Psilocybe Cubensis, the Golden Teacher strain is now available. It is popular among psychologists for its many health benefits.
P cubensis is known to be widespread on many continents. It grows naturally throughout Southeast Asia, Central America and Australia. It is also highly adaptable and can be easily cultivated by amateur growers in a home environment. Therefore, the next time you see Magic Mushrooms for sale online or in stores, you may be promoting Silo Sibe Kubensis shares.
Golden Teacher is a magical mushroom strain grown from Silo Sibe Cubensis. The Golden Teacher, also known as the GT Mushroom, was discovered in the 1980s and has been the top choice for many ever since.
Its exact origin is unknown, but it is noticeably recognizable by its elegant appearance, the golden hat with yellow spots. Golden Teacher Mushrooms are a distinct reddish, mostly cinnamon color. She also has a large cap and stem compared to most other Psilocybe Cubensis strains.
The cap size of the Golden Teacher Mushroom is 20-80 mm in diameter. It has a fruiting body with a distinctive slightly curved cap decorated with a golden or yellow center. Gray gills are spaced under the cap and darken with age. At maturity, the gills can become almost black.