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Penis Envy

Original price was: $20.00.Current price is: $15.00.

Penis Envy mushrooms, renowned for their high psilocybin content, are a distinct variety in the world of fungi. True to their name, these mushrooms bear a striking resemblance to the human penis.

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Penis Envy mushrooms, a strain of Psilocybe cubensis, boast potent levels of the psychedelic compound psilocybin, making them a sought-after variety among enthusiasts. Originating from recessive genetic mutations, these mushrooms derive their name from their distinctively shaped caps, resembling a phallic form. Upon consumption, they induce perceptual changes, alterations in cognitive processes, and spiritual experiences commonly referred to as a “trip.” Beyond their psychedelic effects, Penis Envy mushrooms are admired for their captivating coloration and transformative properties, adding allure to the mystical journey they offer.



Is it legal to purchase/possess Psilocybe cubensis (aka Magic Mushroom) Syringes in the US?

Yes (with some state exceptions: California, Georgia, and Idaho).

The Federal Controlled Substances Act bans the sale or purchase of any substance containing psilocybin (the active ingredient in mature magic mushrooms). This means that psilocybin mushrooms themselves are illegal to cultivate, sell, or trade. The Controlled Substances Act does not make any mention of the spores or mycelium of these mushrooms because:

The spores/immature early-stage mycelium of these mushrooms do not contain any psilocybin.
This is why the sale/purchase/possession of cubensis spores is legal to purchase, sell, trade, or give away in 47 states, while the cultivation of these mushrooms is illegal.

There are some specific state exceptions: California, Georgia, and Idaho have specific state amendments that prohibit the sale or possession of cubensis spores or mycelium, regardless of psilocybin content. That means that we cannot and will not fulfill any orders to California, Georgia, or Idaho that contain any of these products. This is subject to change based on changes in local legislation.