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Tosohatchee

Written by ITW

March 3, 2021

June 22nd 2020, It was a warm summer day. Drew had been searching relentlessly for hours in cow fields neighboring the extremely diverse and robust Tosohatchee wildlife area in Florida. Long ago, Drew learned to follow the cubensis indulging cattle egrets. The egrets’ mushroom habit is responsible for spore dispersal through its fecal excretions. He had been finding mushrooms all day long following the beaked mushroom beacons. After coming across a field that had been completely cleared that was filled with egrets, he learned to find the fields with only a couple. Drew was led to the middle of a field, where he believes the most resilient mushrooms are found due to the increased wind speed and has better safeguards against degradation by the sun. He saw them from a hundred feet away, a cluster of three patties with beautiful 3-5 inch capped saucers standing about 6 inches tall. After taking several spore prints and sending it to some of the best domesticators in the world, BAS came back with a true stunner of a gen F1 domesticated print. After consuming Tosohatchee Mushrooms it was described to be almost if not more potent than Penis Envy’s. A special facebook group was created specifically for people who have purchased these prints for discussion and research purposes. InoculateTheWest with collaboration from BAS released ‘Tosohatchee Cubensis’ Mushroom Spores in winter of 2020. 

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Costa Rica (Arenal Volcano) Spore Print

A unique Cubensis first collected by LJ on the Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica. These are the F2 grow by BAS. Expect great and unique variation from these. Third photo is of the original specimen collected from the south side of the volcano. These are truly a winner. Expect Umbonate caps, consistent flushes and a new strain for your library.

Tosahatchee Spore Print

Tosahatchee is a wild Psilocybe Cubensis originally collected by InoculateTheWest in the cattle fields of Central Florida. It's name Tosahatchee comes from the region it was collected. These spores come from the first domesticated grow of the wild specimen. Basidium Equilibrium found these to be an extremely rewardgin strain to work, and the potency to be beyond any Cubensis he's experienced (MORE POTENT THAN APE).  We are grateful and proud to present to you, Psilocybe Cubensis Tosahatchee. 

Golden Halo Spore Print

Ps. Cubensis that produces gold pigmented spores. One of the most sought after strains on the market, available to you now. 

Ganoderma Oregonense "Reishi" Slant

A wild culture of Ganoderma Oregonense, commonly known as "reishi". Reishi is recognized for both its unique growth variations as well as its medicinal benefits. 

PE7 Spore Swab

PE7 is an isolation of Penis Envy that was kept in circulation due to its unique growth (flower caps) and intense potency. One-of-a-kind PE.

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