The Blue Meanie mushrooms get their name from their wild properties. The mature fruiting body contains a large concentration of psilocybin in its flesh, resulting in bruising when handled. When found in the wild, they can be identified by their mid-sized bodies and off-blue dome-shaped caps.
This strain quickly spreads in the wild due to its hard rhizomorphic mycelium. This ultimately leads to plentiful mature fruiting bodies and renewed flushes. It’s the most sought-after culture in the mushroom research community due to its hardiness and potent effects. Though medium in size, it’s quite powerful owing to its high psilocybin concentration.
Blue Meanie spores, when viewed under a microscope, reveal the elements that contribute to these features. The Blue Meanie spore strain is ideal for amateurs interested in studying a fungus that has adapted to live in a competitive, contaminant-rich environment. The strain is of particular interest to researchers studying the pharmacology of shrooms.