Golden Teacher Mushrooms
The Golden Teacher mushroom is a classic strain also known as Psilocybe Cubensis. It is named after its gold-capped appearance and spiritual teachings. These shrooms are an all-time favourite among the psychonaught community for its introspective and philosophical effects.Golden Teacher Mushrooms
Golden Teachers are also lauded for their spiritual and/or shamanic effects. Hence, this shroom isn’t just for casual tripping. It can also be used for gaining new insight about yourself and the universe. This is our most popular psychedelic mushroom strain and are for both the beginner and veteran. The Golden Teacher magic mushroom strain has been a favourite among cultivators and psychonauts for years. Cultivators love the Golden Teacher spores because they grow in great flushes and psychonauts love them because the psychedelic journey of these mushrooms provides new insight about yourself and the universe.
The best thing about Golden Teacher mushrooms is that they offer a mild high psychedelic effect, therefore this is a gateway shroom for magic mushroom newbies. They are best known for their shamanistic properties, or spiritual effects rather than solely ‘’tripping’’. It’s not uncommon for the Golden Teacher shrooms to produce a feeling of enlightenment and a deeper connection to nature. Spirit healers turn to Golden teacher shrooms as a tool for restoring the mind and spirit. Expect a highly visual experience along with waves of universal energy surging through you with strong open and closed eye hallucinations-Buy Golden Teacher mushrooms.
This well sought-after strain delivers a euphoric and creative energy boost- inspiring metaphysical philosophies that lead to unconditional happiness, peace and spiritual understanding.
What the Experts Say
While magic mushrooms are often sought out for a peaceful high, shrooms have been reported to induce anxiety, frightening hallucinations, paranoia, and confusion in some.3 Hospital admissions related to the use of magic mushrooms are often connected to what is known colloquially as a “bad trip.”