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All about the Real-Time Interactive Magic Mushroom Map

Real-Time Interactive Magic Mushroom Map

The Magic mushroom map predicts spots where you can comfortably find the liberty cap mushrooms, which are known to contain psilocybin. This psilocybin content of the mushroom is created from the DNA of the mushroom, and it blossoms from its moist foundation to the pointy-capped edible.


The world is now taking advantage of the health benefits of psilocybin, especially for mental health, and that’s why a lot of people seek the liberty Cap Mushrooms (Psilocybe semilanceata).


These mushrooms have been used in religious ceremonies and for medicinal purposes for over 7,000 years. Aztec and Mayan Culture in Mesoamerica even used psilocybin mushrooms until around the 15th Century when the Spanish conquerors forbade the use of them as a way to control the society’s culture.


These Liberty Cap mushrooms are one of the most common magic mushrooms in the world, and they appear around early autumn and late summer, and right now, it looks like they’re sprouting up all over Europe.


Magic mushroom maps have been the best way to know where and when you can find liberty caps. The map maximizes your chance of being in the right place at the right time.


The shape of Liberty Cap Mushrooms


Liberty caps have a distinct shape that makes them unique. Their bell-shaped, conical caps are about an inch in diameter. The stem is creamy and wavy, and the cap come to a pointy head. These mushrooms have long lines that radiate down the moist caps. And as they become mature, the colour fades, and they adapt a blur colour.


There are many other types of magic mushrooms aside from the Liberty Cap; hence, you need to be careful to ensure you’re picking the right thing.


Generally, magic mushrooms such as the Liberty Cap can be eaten after it has passed through a drying process.


How does the real-time interactive magic mushroom map work?


The map works using different variables. First, it matches the coordinates and dates of historical liberty cap growth records with data on the weather (e.g. rainfall, temperature) and habitat (e.g. soil acidity, land cover, and elevation). 


Secondly, this dataset is used to build a statistical model, which describes the condition in which the liberty caps are more likely to thrive.


And finally, this model is used to make live predictions of the likelihood of the liberty cap to grow on a given day or in a season.


However, you can get the dried liberty cap mushrooms at our store at Australian Seedbank.

17 comments on “All about the Real-Time Interactive Magic Mushroom Map
  1. freddie

    hi, can i please get the link to the map for Melbourne (Victoria). thanks!

  2. Burt

    I need help in the NT pleeeeease!

  3. Jackson

    Can I please have a link to the map sent to me

  4. Dylan

    Hi, can I get a link for the Queensland area.

  5. Dylan

    Hi, looking for a link for the Queensland area.

  6. Mantis tabogan

    Can I get a map for QLD

  7. Carole Hammerschmidt

    Map for NSW liberty caps

  8. Leah Mathews

    Hi, can I get a link to the NSW and Victorian map please?

  9. Barry

    Could I please view the map

  10. Boff

    Hi, how can i view the map please? Been scouting for ages in my area with no success

  11. Darren

    I want to try shrooms for my mental health. How can I get some please?

  12. Tylef

    Hi, im interested i growing some mushrooms from spores and also how does your map work

  13. Molly Mushrooms

    This map is freaking awesome!
    I can’t believe this is the first time I’ve heard of it

    Thanks for sharing

  14. Matthew Hicks

    Hi, I am trying to work out how to get hold of some mushrooms to try for therapeutic reasons. I have read the articles here and I don’t understand how you can be selling dried liberty caps if they are considered illegal. Do these dried mushrooms still contain the active Ingredients. I have tried unsuccessfully to find my own. I’m hoping the ones that you sell are suitable for me. Are these the ones I want to try for therapeutic reasons. Thanks 🙂

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