Malabar Shooms Trip Report
Psilocybe cubensis malabar coast shooms trip report. Fifteen to twenty minutes in, reality is fading away. Everything is wired up, your arms, hands, fingers, even the tiny nails at your fingertips. You’re a robot, a huge circuit board with flashing strands and lights. Green from head to toe, and covered in conductive tracks. You stand up, moving your arms. It feels robotic, moving smoothly like cogs. But something else is there – something distinctly human.
Malabar Shooms Turns You Into A Cyborg
You’re still you, but a cyborg you. You jump, and you find yourself smashing through the roof, your skull barely affected by the tearing of plaster and iron as you fly higher and higher. You have rocket-pads in your feet, burning with fuel. You break right through the atmosphere, watching the white line of the planet’s edge disappear behind you. The moon is close, its craters and crevices opening for you to see. You fly into a chasm in its surface, travelling deeper and deeper into the middle of the moon. The air is cool, and everything is dark. Then lightning bolts of electricity appear. You are at the centre of an electric storm. You curl up, certain you will die. Waiting to catch on fire, you close your eyes. But nothing happens. Instead, a haze of warmth and dull yellow mist surrounds you, covering you like a blanket. You open your eyes and grin. This is life.
Malabar Magic Mushroom Information
CAP: Malabar’s cap is 50mm in size, broadly convex to plane at maturity. He’s a yellowish brown in colour, maturing to a darker centre. Its surface is dry, small spots remaining from the universal veil.
GILLS: The gill attachment on this Shroom is adnate to adnexed. It’s greyish in colour, becoming a little darker with age.
STEM: This mushie’s stem is 150mm in length, and a yellowish colour. His flesh bruises bluish green when damaged. He has a persistent membranous annulus that stays tenaciously attached between his cap and stem until full maturity. In some specimens, this never goes away.
SPORES: Malabar’s spores are dark purplish brown, and subellipsoid on four-spored basidia. Doesn’t produce many spores.
HABITAT: This exotic Shroom loves a subtropical home, complete with equine dung enriched soils.