Liberty Caps (Psilocybe semilanceata), also known as “magic mushrooms,” has long been thousands of years as hallucinogenic in different cultures around the world. It is one of the most common mushrooms you can find around, and they contain the psychoactive compounds of psilocybin.
These mushies have a bell-like cap that can grow up to 2.5cm. They also have protrusions from the top that looks like a nipple. Normally, they can be brown or yellow with shallow grooves when damp. But as they mature, their colour fades.
The liberty mushrooms have gills that narrowly attaches and long stripes running down the cap. The creamy colour of the gills turns dark purple as the mushrooms grow.
However, you need to be careful with Liberty caps as they are the most potent of all magic mushrooms.
If you’re talking about the strongest weed strain in Australia, then it’s definitely Aussie Blues. These marijuana seed strains have a strong psychological effect, and that’s one of the reasons why they are in high demand in Australia. The Aussies use it more often to release feelings of stress and anxiety. Sometimes, this weed is used to get rid of the pain.
You can get high-quality marijuana in Australia, including domestic strains that you can grow easily indoors or outdoors to enjoy.
Some important features of the Aussie Blues
Aussie Blues results from the crossbreeding of an unknown Haze variety and Duck.
Despite international evidences showing the positive effects of psychedelic drugs like magic mushrooms to treat mental illnesses, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, the Australian Therapeutic Drug Association has made an interim in February 2021 against rescheduling psilocybin and MDMA from schedule 9 (prohibited substance) to a controlled medicine (schedule 8).
However, the use of magic mushrooms to treat mental conditions may be a step closer in Australia given the $15Million grant for clinical trials.
Dr. Nicole Lee, one of the professors at Curtin University’s National Drug Research Institute, has stated clearly that “while many international trials have looked into the impact and safety of magic mushrooms on users, we still need to conduct more research into whether psychedelic drugs would work better than existing treatments.”
“There’s need for those clinical trials so we can be sure that these are actual medications that would be effective in therapeutic purposes before we reschedule them for use.”- He continued.