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The Treasure Coast magic mushroom strain derives its name from the picturesque and enigmatic region of South Florida’s East coast. Named by an influential mycologist known as ‘Mr. G’ in the underground shroom scene, the strain is linked to the area’s history of hidden Spanish treasures and centuries-old shipwrecks discovered around the 20th century. The mushroom, reportedly found in bovine dung patches, has a fascinating origin story rooted in Southern Florida’s Gulf Coast. Known for its prolific fruiting capabilities, the Treasure Coast strain occasionally produces albino or near-albino sub-strains, showcasing its unique characteristics. With a reputation for fast colonization and a diverse range of fruit body sizes, this strain is a captivating addition to the world of magic mushrooms.
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Strike gold with the Treasure Coast magic mushroom
the Treasure Coast magic mushroom, a captivating strain named after the mysterious region of South Florida’s East coast. This strain, associated with hidden Spanish treasures and centuries-old shipwrecks, carries a rich history dating back to the 20th century. Named by the renowned mycologist ‘Mr. G,’ the Treasure Coast is a prolific fruiter, occasionally spinning off albino or near-albino sub-strains, adding to its allure. Originally collected from the Southern Florida Gulf Coast, this strain is known for its rapid colonization, often completing 1/2 pint jars in under 12 days. With caps displaying a range of colors, from lightly caramel to true albino, and fruit body sizes varying widely, the Treasure Coast magic mushroom promises a fascinating and visually diverse psychedelic journey. Explore the mysteries of the Treasure Coast responsibly and embrace the unique characteristics of this exceptional magic mushroom strain. Shop the best Magic Mushrooms only at Speed Greens!
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The Treasure Coast magic mushroom is renowned for its potential benefits, offering users a captivating and visually diverse psychedelic experience. Named after South Florida’s enigmatic region, this strain, with a history rooted in hidden treasures and shipwrecks, boasts a rich and fascinating legacy. Known for its prolific fruiting capabilities and occasional production of albino sub-strains, the Treasure Coast promises a unique and immersive journey. With a rapid colonization rate, diverse cap colors, and a range of fruit body sizes, this magic mushroom strain is celebrated for its potential to deliver a profoundly introspective and visually rich psychedelic encounter.
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The physical effects of the Treasure Coast magic mushroom, like other psilocybin-containing varieties, can vary individually, encompassing sensations such as nausea, pupil dilation, changes in body temperature, sensory distortion, increased heart rate, and occasional muscle weakness or tremors during onset. These effects are generally mild and temporary, emphasizing the importance of responsible use, starting with low doses, and being in a safe and comfortable environment.
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Reportedly named by a man named ‘Mr. G’ who later became an infamous mycologist in the underground shroom scene.The location was named around the 20th century, shortly after explorers started to discover hidden Spanish treasure and century-old shipwrecks there. The Mushroom was allegedly found growing in bovine dung patches. But like with most origin stories, this one should be enjoyed with a pinch of salt. Original specimens of this strain were collected some time ago from the Southern Florida Gulf Coast. A very prolific fruiter, the Treasure Coast strain is noted for it ability to occasionally spin off albino, or near albino sub strains. Wild samples have been domesticated for some time. The most pronounced feature of this strain is the occasional albino spin-off reportedly produced in some batches. Research associates have found the Treasure Coast to be a very fast colonizer; often completely colonizing 1/2 pint jars in under 12 days. This strain is a very prolific fruiter, as evident by the many mature fruits appearing from the casing trays. . This strain often displays caps that are very lightly caramel colored, sometimes appearing white, if not true albino. Average fruit body heights reach between two and five inches with caps averaging diameters of 1/2 to one inches. Fruit size can very wildly with some batches producing 10-inch mushrooms.