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BUY ENIGMA MUSHROOM SPORES. Enigma Magic Mushrooms is not a species. Rather, it is a mutant form or, perhaps several mutant forms of the popular psychoactive species, Psilocybe cubensis. It’s what’s called a “blob mutation.” More on what that means shortly, but it doesn’t produce spores. Instead, Enigma must be propagated entirely by cloning.
For many years, Enigma was difficult to get, or even find out much about. The secret of its growth was kept to a small, inner circle for which membership was strictly invitation-only the culture has become more widely available, but it’s still more than a little unusual.
There is, in fact, more than one Buy Enigma Magic Mushrooms is , since the blob mutation has occurred in multiple P. cubensis strains. It’s a little unclear whether the different blobs are distinct from each other in any recognizable way.
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Enigma’s claim to fame is that it doesn’t exactly produce mushrooms. When it begins to fruit, it pins just like ordinary P. cubensis, but then something odd happens. The pins don’t start to form caps. Instead, they just get larger and larger and eventually merge together, forming masses of fungal tissue that may resemble brains, cauliflower (the plant), or cauliflower mushrooms. They never make spores.
The masses blobs are dense, slow-growing, and often bluish. They can be quite large.
The Enigma blobs may look extremely unusual, but they can be used exactly like psychoactive mushrooms can. They can also be preserved in the same ways, but drying or by immersion in honey. The blobs are actually a better candidate for honey than most mushrooms.
Trip effects are essentially the same as for any other P. cubensis. That is, some people claim that different strains produce qualitatively different trips, while other people say a cube is a cube, or that the only difference between strains is potency. There is no definitive resolution to that debate. But few, if any, claims are made that Enigma has any kind of distinctive style that marks its trips as unusual. It’s simply a bizarrely-shaped growth-form, a novelty product.
Like other psilocybin trips, a trip with Enigma usually involves a combination of altered mood, altered perception, and altered thought-patterns.
It’s the altered perception—the hallucinations—that really gets the most attention from non-users, who often speak of psychoactive fungi simply as hallucinogens, as if making people see things were the only thing psilocybin does. Actually, the alteration of perception is a very dose-dependent effect, so that people taking an extremely low dose might experience altered mood and thought-patters without any hallucination at all. Larger doses make thinks seem weird (walls may breathe), but only at very high doses do the hallucinations start to seriously compete with reality.