“Blue Meanies” is also the nickname for another species of magic mushroom, Panaeolus cyanescens, which has led to a ton of confusion around this strain. This particular strain is still a psilocybe cubensis.
The name comes from the distinct blue coloration that forms around the caps and stems when touched or grazed. This discoloration is present in all psilocybin-containing mushrooms but is
more noticeable in larger and light-colored strains such as this. The original stock for this mushroom strain is reported to come from Australia.
Potency- Above Average
Guidelines & Dosage
1-2g is generally good for a medium to strong experience, although you may wish to do more if adventurous or less for microdosing. Results will depend on creating a peaceful setting and not overloading yourself with too much stimuli, as is common in our world today.
Note – Microdosing every day is not recommended. Because your body produces a tolerance, you might see diminishing returns after a few days if they are taken every day. Plus, the fact that positive effects can sometimes be felt many days after a microdose is a good reason to space out your doses. Another downside to microdosing every day is normalizing a very potent substance.
As with any nootropic/psychedelic, it should be avoided by pregnant or breastfeeding women or anyone prone to seizures, heart problems, blood pressure problems, or mental health issues like severe anxiety.
Use responsibly, in a good mindset, and in a good setting.