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Figured i would ask on this board because i don't think anyone on the other one had some answers. My friend's dog groomer would like to know which baeocystine containing mushrooms can be cultivated indoors, how difficult doing so would be, and if the material is really worth the effort. See he read about baeo being a psychoactive relative to psilocin and wanted to see if there was a significant diff or not.
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I'd say the easiest to grow, high yielding, and high baeocystin content, is Ps. azurescens. Alot of folks think Ps. baeocystis has a high baeocystin content, but there are actually several species with higher concentrations of baeocystin. Ps. baeocystis got its name because it was the first species that baeocystin was discovered in, therefore it was named after the new comund discovered, but that doesn't mean it has the highest baeocytin content. I belive Ps. semilanceata has the highest baeocystin content, and azures just under it. And when it comes to yields and difficulty in cultivation, baeo is a poor chioce, azurescens would be your best best.
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