About this Talk
The current mainstream scientific view is that different species of psilocybin mushroom vary only in potency, and any perceived differences between species is down to external set and setting factors, rather than anything intrinsic to the mushroom. Is this accurate though? The overall consensus from experienced growers and psilonauts - in addition to indigenous groups that use these fungi – paints a different picture. If we look beyond the marketing hype put out by spore vendors, could there be anything to this? What does the science say, and might it time to consider what different species might offer?