Blue Meanie Magic Mushrooms by Mountain Resort
Strain History & Description
What are Blue Meanie Mushrooms?
Blue Meanie mushrooms are a type of Psilocybe cubensis, a species of psychedelic mushroom. These mushrooms are named after the blue color of their caps and stem, which comes from the presence of psilocin and psilocybin, two psychoactive compounds.
Blue Meanie mushrooms were first discovered in Australia, where they are believed to have originated from a strain of Psilocybe cubensis. The name “Blue Meanie” was popularized in the 1970s by the Beatles movie “Yellow Submarine,” in which the Blue Meanies were depicted as villains. Since then, the name has been used to refer to a variety of different strains of blue-colored mushrooms.
What are the effects of Blue Meanie Mushrooms?
Blue Meanie mushrooms are known for their potent effects, which can vary depending on the dose and individual factors such as tolerance and mindset. Here are some of the common effects you may experience when taking Blue Meanie mushrooms:
Physical Effects of Blue Meanies:
- Dilated pupils
- Increased heart rate and blood pressure
- Nausea and vomiting
- Increased sensitivity to touch and sound
- Sweating and chills
Psychological Effects of Blue Meanies:
- Changes in perception, including visual and auditory hallucinations
- Euphoria and feelings of well-being
- Intense emotions, both positive and negative
- Altered sense of time and space
- Mystical or spiritual experiences
Trip Duration of Blue Meanies:
The effects of Blue Meanie mushrooms typically last between 4-6 hours, with the peak occurring 2-3 hours after ingestion.
Benefits of Blue Meanie Mushrooms
While more research is needed to fully understand the therapeutic potential of Blue Meanie mushrooms, some people believe that they may have the following benefits:
- Relief from anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions
- Increased creativity and problem-solving abilities
- Enhanced spirituality and personal growth
- Reduced addiction to harmful substances
- Relief from cluster headaches and migraines