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I recently acquired a substantial amount of psilocybe cubensis mushrooms. The base of the stipes, on most of the mushrooms, are HUGE; improportionate to the rest of the mushroom body. Keep in mind, that all the mushrooms appear to be perfectly dried. I was wondering if this abnormality in size is an indication of high potency. It seems like the mushrooms were able to derive the perfect amount of nutrients from their original growing environment. Any hypotheses??
Some have a strange kind of buldge towards the bottom that's much more than a taper. It's not any kind of indicator of potency though.
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