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I came home yesterday to find literally hundreds of Pan Foens popping up all over my property. I might pick a lot and see if I can get anything out of them because I'm desperate, even if the effects are extremely mild (sad isn't it). But theres just so many of them that it would be sad to let the bugs and sun get to them before I do.
Those are erroneous reports from both David Arora and Gary Menser, both who wrote intheir books east costs varieties are active and West coastvarieties are inactive. And there is no scientific data to confirm their reports.
There is no psilocybine/psilocine in this species of Panaeolina foenisecii. The Ola'h analysis and two others are what is refered to a false positive from mixed collections of several species gather ed and placed in the same bag.
I suppied data of over 170 different analysis over a thirty year period and all were found to be void of those chemical compounds.
They are in the paper by me and Mark Merlin pubished in volume 1 of the "Yearbook for Ethnomedicine and the Study of Consciousness" which is edited by Christian R?tsch.