Lizard King Mushrooms

100.00

The Lizard King breed was discovered by Lizard King, who had a hand at locating several coveted Mexacanae specimens. What makes this block interesting is that it was found growing on a combination of wood and horse poo. Wood isn’t a frequent substrate for wild cubes, but cubes will grow on darn near anything given the right conditions.

 

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Lizard King Mushrooms

Lizard King Mushrooms was discovered by Lizard King, who had a hand at locating several coveted Mexacanae specimens. What makes this block interesting is that it was found growing on a combination of wood and horse poo. Wood isn’t a frequent substrate for wild cubes, but cubes will grow on darn near anything given the right conditions.

is a P. Cubensis strain named after the man who discovered the strain in Northern Mexico. The genesis of this shrooms strain is hard to track down and its exact origin story is hard to confirm, but the name does suggest and reflect the counter-culture movement of the 1960s. Jim Morrison, the infamous lead singer of the American rock band the Doors; was known to be the Lizard King. This nickname was given to him because he grew up in parts of New Mexico where snakes, lizards and other assorted desert creatures were part of his early childhood. The Lizard was his spirit animal or his nahual, his shamanic alter ego.

The Lizard King shrooms are known to be fast growers and characterized by having fast flushes of growth. Its effects are known to be average to above average in potency. There are reports that the experience is very spiritual and not much of a body high. This may be good for those looking to spend time outdoors.The Lizard King shrooms are known to be fast growers and characterized by having fast flushes of growth. Its effects are known to be average to above average in potency. There are reports that the experience is very spiritual and not much of a body high. This may be good for those looking t

Difficulty: Moderate
Classification: Hallucinogenic
Binomial: Psilocybe Cubensis