The Golden Teacher psilocybe mushrooms cubensis is a great mushroom for beginners. The G.T. mushroom spore is a slow colonizer with rizomorphic mycelium. The Golden Teacher will fruit you flush after flush on a Brown rice flower (BRF) substrate.
The Golden Teacher psilocybe cubensis is a great mushroom for beginners. The G.T. mushroom spore is a slow colonizer with rizomorphic mycelium. The Golden Teacher will fruit you flush after flush on a Brown rice flower (BRF) substrate. The beautiful golden colored mushroom caps and it’s wise teachings has given the Golden Teacher it’s name. The Golden teachers mushrooms grow medium sized to huge in the right conditions.
Introduction to the Golden Teacher cubensis
The Golden Teacher magic mushroom strain is a favorite 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 mushroom are known to have a profound impact.
The Golden Teacher magic mushroom strain is a psilocybe cubensis, a species of psychedelic mushroom whose main active elements
are psilocybin and psilocin.
The p. cubensis species is the most well-known psilocybin mushroom because they have been widely distributed and they are easy to cultivate in a home setting. Even more with magic mushroom grow kit
Characteristics of a Golden Teacher grow kit
The first flush of GT’s will usually give you medium- sized magic mushrooms, and later flushes will most certainly be larger and fatter. The caps are about 5 cm in diameter and pretty plane once they grow to their fullest.
How much the user should take depends on what kind of experience the user wants (light, moderate, intense, or microdose), the user’s body weight, and whether the mushroom is fresh or dried. It’s possible to calculate an estimated dose[iii] for P. cubensis use, and since Golden Teacher is of moderate potency, that dose will probably be about right. But people and mushrooms both vary, so individual users will still have to do some trial-and-error.
Golden Teacher is among the easiest P. cubensis strains to grow, since it will fruit heavily on almost any substrate and even in suboptimal conditions. It’s a good choice for first-time growers. The only drawback is that this strain is somewhat slower to fruit than most[iv]. Colonization time is about two weeks, though it’s best to wait an extra week after colonization seems complete, just in case[v].
Golden Teacher, like most P. cubensis strains, will grow well by virtually any method, although the method must be carried through properly; growers who try out hybrid teks—and don’t have the experience to guide such experimentation—often end up with poor results.