Blue Meanies Mushrooms are a potent cubensis strain that received its name from it’s blue bruising. Soon after consuming (half an hour) you will feel the effects which include a mood enhancement with euphoria and excitement. Taking this mushrooms in a nature setting is much suggested for its intense visual enhancements. You will look at everything around you as alive and breathing, leaving you in a true introspective thought.
Blue Meanies” is the common name for Panaeolus cyanescens. The name says a lot about this species; they turn dark blue when picked and can certainly pack a punch. Panaeolus cyanescens are one of the more potent psilocybin-containing mushrooms, despite their unassuming stature. P. cyanescens produces small medium-sized brown to white mushrooms that are easy for amateur enthusiasts to overlook.
Mushrooms from the genus Panaeolus are very common; they grow globally in tropical and temperate environments. Panaeolus cyanescens is a tropical/subtropical grassland species, often found in dung—just like another familiar mushroom we know. If you were not aware of Blue Meanies, you could easily miss a patch while foraging for the more popular Psilocybe cubensis. The former is believed to contain two to three times the psilocybin found in cubensis.Panaeolus cyanescens come from the genus Panaeolus. Mushrooms belonging to this widespread genus are generally small, have black spores, and often grow on dung. But, not all Panaeolus contain psilocybin—a fact we will come back to later in this article. The Panaeolus genus contains thirteen species that produce psilocybin, including Panaeolus cyanescens and Panaeolus cinctulus. Panaeolus mushrooms are called “mottlegills” due to the irregular spots or patches of color on their gills.But, there’s something else worth noting about this particular species: Panaeolus cyanescens is a mushroom with many names. So many, in fact, that knowing what to call this particular species can be confusing. To start with the basics, the name “Panaeolus” in Greek means “all variegated,” descriptive of the fungi’s spotted texture. The species name, cyanescens, is derived from “cyaneus,” meaning blue, for the color the flesh becomes upon bruising.
In popular culture, Panaeolus cyanescens are called “Blue Meanies.” Rumor has it that Panaeolus cyanescens were named after the Blue Meanies from The Beatles’ classic psychedelic film “Yellow Submarine.” According to Gartz, this common name was coined in Australia. Apart from “Gold Tops,” “Blue Meanies” is one of the more commonly used descriptions of psilocybin-containing mushrooms—a strain of Psilocybe cubensis is also called “Blue Meanies.”
Mild Experience: 0.5 Grams to 1 Gram
Medium Experience: 1.25 Grams to 2 Grams
Full Experience: 2.5 Grams to 4 Grams