There are over 180 types of magic mushrooms all with different potency levels (some 12x more than others) in different habitats throughout the world.
In this video we will cover the top 10 types of magic mushrooms and their habitat in order of potency:
1) Flying Saucer Mushroom (Psilocybe Azurescens) 1:01
2) Knobby Tops (Psilocybe Baeocystis) 1:40
3) The Bohemian Psilocybe (Psilocybe Bohemica) 2:14
4) Liberty Cap (Psilocybe Semilanceata) 2:43
5) Golden Caps (Psilocybe Cubensis) 3:25
6) Wavy Caps (Psilocybe Cyanescens) 4:25
7) Psilocybe Tampanensis 5:03
8) Psilocybe Weilii 5:21
9) Little Birds of the Woods (Psilocybe Hoogshagenii) 5:38
10) Blue Ringers (Psilocybe Stuntzii) 6:05
Be sure to check out the link to an article below that has a cool comparison chart of all these mushrooms in relation to potency.
* Please be advised that all information in this video came from Paul Stamets book called Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World.
His test on the potency of these mushrooms was done around 10 years ago and it is very expensive to conduct test of these components. But also understand that every strain of mushroom will have different levels +/- 1%.
I did compare his studies compared to what was available online and his studies seem to be the most accurate of all.
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