Magic Truffles Tampanensis
The Psilocybe Tampanensis is also called The Philosopher’s Stone or Mushrocks. It will not surprise you that the Tampanensis or Philosopher’s Stone will give you a deep trip. Deep thoughts and very pleasant insights will be the result. Magic truffles Tampanensis
You will be amazed by the impressive visuals you will experience. Especially with your eyes closed the visuals are very impressive. Try it and feel like a real philosopher! You will not be disappointed!
The Tampanensis was fist found in nature in 1977. Dr Steven Pollock discovered this magic truffle in Tamp, Florida. Hence the name Psilocybe Tampanensis. Some time later, around 1978, the mycologist Paul Stamets found a way to cultivate the Tampanensis. The first Philosopher’s Stone was born. In the Netherlands the Philosopher’s Stone is also called ‘tripknol’ or ‘triptruffel’, in addition to Tampanensis.
This species of magic truffles is somewhat strong so beginning users should be very careful with their dosage. You can really go very deep with this truffle and completely lose sight of your sense of time and space. Complete silence or the rustle of trees or the sea can be very pleasant during a trip on Tampanensis. Experienced users can take a whole portion, beginners are best off taking half.
If you’re still a bit unsure about tripping, be sure to read our trip guides.
Storing and Preserving Magic Truffles | Psilocybe Magic Truffles
Always store Magic Truffles in the fridge (2-4 °C) in closed (vacuum sealed) packaging. If stored in this way, you can keep the Truffles until the best before date. After breaking the vacuum seal, the Truffles can be preserved for up to 2 days without losing their potency.