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Ok got a question for ya. I was told there are some 5th generation mushrooms going around my area this coming friday. First off what's a generation? and what is so good about later generations? I was told that someone could trip extremely hard off a 2 grams of 2nd generation. Anyhow I feel stupid not knowing this so hopefully someone can show me the light.
There is nothing "good" about later generations. Over time, generations (If properly done with agar, etc) can lead to a slightly better mushroom with fewer aborts.
You were told wrong, if someone just claims to have a "5th" generation that dosn't mean anything. The amount of active compounds would differ by such a tiny amount even if they were properly cultered, that you wouldn't trip any different between generations. A generation would simply refer to a person that grew a batch of shrooms, then grew another batch using the spores from the previous batch.
Punch the person that told you this in the teeth for me.
Its always funny how the street dealers pump their stuff with these stories. I know many street dealers that are even up there in age - also they are unaware of my hobby, and they tell me this crap and I just nod my head with a smile. I get a belly of a laugh when I am leaving their presence.
I have tried to educate them in a subtle way, but they take it that Im an idiot, hehe. I like that since they have no clue what I really know. They really think the guy I get my stuff from is a genius, boy what they do not know.
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