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Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens

Blue Meanies

Blue meanies Panaeolus cyanescens grow across Australia from Spring through Summer. Their season starts a little after the gold tops finish. These medium to high/very high potency mushrooms are a small greyish white with a domed cap. As it develops the cap can split and show blue streaks. It is light brown or yellow but changes colour into a greyish white colour as it matures; and the centre remains dark.

 

Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens

 

It bruises blue when damaged and the gills develop black spores. Some species in Australia have a darker brown cap. The stem is thin and a blue grey colour with white lumps. The stems dry to a blue/back colour.

Identifying Australian Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens

The main way to recognise blue meanies mushrooms Australia is through the black spores and blue staining throughout the mushroom.

Hunting Australian Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens

Found: You can find blue meanies in Queensland, New South Wales with reports also from South Australia and Victoria. Find blue meanies growing in manure and on lawns where manure is used as a fertiliser.

Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens Dosage

How much to take: Blue meanies panaeolus cyanescens dosage. You need to take between one and three large or five to 10 medium-size fresh mushrooms to get a potent hallucinogenic effect. When consuming blue meanies dried you, you start with 1/4 gram for a newbie up to a maximum of 2.5 grams for the most experienced shroomer.

If you use them on a regular basis, your system will build up a tolerance. This means you may need to take more and more to get the same effect. If this happens to you, take at least a 7-day break before taking any more. Never take recommended dosages. You should always start using the smallest dose to see how your body reacts to it. We have panaeolus mushrooms for sale at our online store.

 

47 comments on “Blue Meanies Panaeolus Cyanescens
  1. Nikki

    I’m in Toowoomba, does anyone have any suggestions on where to find them here?

  2. Bluey

    On the gold coast Robina cow paddocks have blue meanies or mt nathan have subs.

  3. Matthew

    Any found in wa

  4. kyryl

    Hey guys if anyone in NSW can help me find some mushrooms in any way please let me know 🙂

  5. Benny B

    I’d be super keen if anyone would be interested in trading a print/spores of these. Can trade for many different cacti species/ mj seeds. Please let me know you beautiful souls.

  6. Marcella

    Is there any source in Sydney that can help me. Seeking both mature product plus spores. I’d like to learn the ropes in foraging but til then need access to product for my medical condition.

    I use for my 15+ year chronic cluster headache condition. I can’t deal with the damn medical condition another day, it’s killing me.

    • Zenon

      I’m from Townsville in a suburb called Jensen, across the road from where I live is some cow paddocks and just an hour ago I went there looking for about 20 mins and couldn’t find any mushrooms of any kind. It’s been raining for the past week and it’s about 30°c. I am thinking perhaps it’s the lack of spores or mycelium but I really don’t know. If anyone has any ideas or help or even lives here in Townsville and is happy to meet up I’d really appreciate this.

      • Ivan

        Might be a little too hot mate unfortunately. I’ve been told that rain followed by a couple days of mid – high humidity at 27 degrees C is about pretty bang on to what it needs to be for them to grow in any decent numbers.

  7. Fungtaztic

    Anyone found these in vic

  8. Brandon

    Would anyone here be able to [] me with a print from a Blue Meanie Panaeolus Cyanescens ?

  9. Nick Stewart

    Hey mate I’m on the Gold coast and I’m seriously keen on going for a search plus I’m New to Qld and unsure where to even start up here very keen on going for a search

  10. Isaac

    I live in Albany WA and I can’t find any info about any form of magic mushrooms down here. Was wondering if anyone know anything of lived here to.

    • Cory

      I’m from Central Coast, NSW anyone from around here or Sydney keen to go for a look?

    • Nugget

      Psilocybe subaeruginosa
      Orange capped
      Grow mostly near balingup

    • Marsape

      I’m born and bred in Sarina North Queensland. As a young teen my friends and I consumed large quantities of these little beauties. But you are best to boil about five hand fulls of them in water and use the water to make cups of coffee. 3 cups is perfect, 4 and 5 for a powerful life experiencing trip. Do not trip in public as the trip is identical to LSD and you will be talking to yourself and drift in an out of reality. The ending is beautiful, better than Acid, much more sustained and loving. You will love life and everything around you. You will be free from guilt and worry once you have settled down a few days after your trip. First time users should abuse the hell out of them, if you only have a weak trip you won’t get the full effects and see the other side, and once you have tried them and not had enough you will never get the trip of a lifetime again. If you want guaranteed meanies you need to wait until it is a hot steamy summers day and have had rain for about a week prior, they appear about the middle of the day and tend to melt by late afternoon. So morning rain then pick at lunchtime for an afternoon of bright colours which will take you into the night with a loving beautiful euphoria and tenderness. Never consume mushrooms or acid around straight negative people, they will send you over the edge at first. Meanies will make you want to yawn, but you can’t finish the yawn. You will want to throw your arms and legs away, they seem to be annoying at first. You will want to vomit in the first hour but it is not a sick feeling, just convulsions and nothing will happen. Once these effects end in the first two hours you’ll have 4 to 6 hours of tripping in and out. Give it a few years again before you try them. I have only done it three times in two years and have no urge to ever do them again. I prefer LSD now because it has no side effects at all and give close to the same trip, almost identical.

      • Marsape

        I forgot to mention that meanies do not grow on the ground soil. That’s where you are probably going wrong. They only grow in cow manure. Obviously the cows eat the spore with the grass and the mushrooms grow out of the cow pats. This makes for ease of finding them after the rains. The cow pats will be either covered in them or there will be none at all. They may grow in the soil, but the grass is always too long and the terrain too uneven to find them among the grass. So in Sarina as teen we had cattle in the Town, we just walked a few hundred metres from the main street and we had meanies. Still the same, cattle properties between the sugar cane fields here. Enjoy. I highly recommend everyone to have a trip on mushrooms or LSD, at least once in their life time. It gives an appreciation for the beauty and rarity of life itself. Seemed to make a better person of all my friends. It stops you from abusing drugs once you know you can get the maximum effects for free from the paddocks, so the need disappears. Hence; making something hard to get makes it a temptation for greed. These are natures little gift to show us there is something greater out there.

  11. Josh

    Anyone on the gold coast. Need people to go with. Also supposed to be raining most of next week so would be a good time to go.

  12. LEZMATE

    I’m in sydney city, wanna go hunting with some mates, anyone wanna lead us? lmao

  13. Gavin belson

    The darknet have a guy or two selling spores. Golden teachers from memory. Quite cheap. My mate grew some rippers a while ago.

  14. Sheidow Park Australia

    Look for someone to take me hunting in the Sheidow Park area

  15. Jason D

    Anyone have spore prints of these i have terrible luck looking for these find just about every other mushroom that grows in manure

    • Zenon

      I’m from Townsville in a suburb called Jensen, across the road from where I live is some cow paddocks and just an hour ago I went there looking for about 20 mins and couldn’t find any mushrooms of any kind. It’s been raining for the past week and it’s about 30°c. I am thinking perhaps it’s the lack of spores or mycelium but I really don’t know. If anyone has any ideas or help or even lives here in Townsville and is happy to meet up I’d really appreciate this.

  16. Moore

    Does anyone on here have any magic mushroom spores or know of anyone that has some thanks

  17. Gangarene

    A long time go as a curious teenager, I small group of my friends and myself would each take a woolies bag and wonder the cowpaddocks giving meanies and gold tops a light tap to spread the spores and pick the mushroom leaving the manure out of the bag after about 40 mins we would meet back up with about a kilo of shrooms each we would then ingest the lot usually diced and violated with a couple cups of water and a potato masher then we would strain through a shirt split the dose between us add a little milo and drink probably 50 plus at a time the effects were intense gold tops tend to make you a bit of a philosopher were as meanies are a lot rougher and scattered but all are enjoyable much like a couple drops of good liquid lsd

  18. Mitchell

    Hi there,

    I’m interested in obtaining some mushrooms but I am completely new to this venture. As I live in Queensland I have the ability to go and source ones that are naturally growing however I don’t know where to start looking. An alternative is to grow my own with spores, if Its possible to purchase them.

    If you could give me some advise it would be HIGHly appreciated.

    Kind regards,
    Mitchell

    • Gangrene

      This time of year is the best time to find mushrooms a day or two after rain lightning helps I guess the nitrogen . Find a paddock with cows not horses and preferably a tree line were there’s a bit of shade and I’m sure you will find them or they will find you

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