History of Blue Meanie Magic Mushrooms
Like a lot of other magic mushrooms, the history of Blue Meanie shrooms is obscure. Part of the reason why their history isn’t clear is because of some naming confusion.
That’s because there are two different magic mushrooms called Blue Meanie. The original Blue Meanie was a species of magic mushrooms called Panaeolus cyanescens.
These pan cyans are much different than the more common Psilocybe cubensis strains you likely know and love. Pan cyans are small, thin, turn blue easily, and are usually white.
The Appearance of Blue Meanie Magic Mushrooms
Blue Meanie magic mushrooms are a sight to behold. They grow with a thin stem and a wide golden-yellow cap in beautiful clusters.
When dried, Blue Meanies start to look like their namesake. That’s because when you open the bag, you may find a blue tint on the Blue Meanies.
Blue Meanie Magic Mushroom Effects
Blue Meanie magic mushrooms will give you feelings of pure euphoria and oneness with the world. Not only that, but on higher doses, you’ll experience incredible visual and auditory hallucinations that will blow your mind—in a good way, of course.
How to Dose Blue Meanie Magic Mushrooms
As we mentioned, Blue Meanie magic mushrooms are much more potent than your average P. cubensis mushroom. That means that you need to be very careful when dosing them, especially if you’re a beginner.
If you’ve never dosed before, then here’s a handy guide:
.25 grams (g) for a threshold dose (should feel something)
.25-1g for a light dose (recreational dose)
1-2.5g for a medium dose (recreational dose)
5-5g for a strong dose (recreational to spiritual dose)
5g+ for a heavy dose (spiritual dose)