The Jedi Mind F* is a next-generation Psilocybe cubensis. First discovered in the early 2000s, it was found growing in the wild in Georgia by ‘Myco Joe,’ a rather legendary contemporary mycologist. It’s our understanding that he isolated this wild cubensis until it was stable, keeping it uncontaminated by other pathogens or strains. Joe then began sharing these cosmic cubes with other mycologists.
When found growing in the wild, the mature Jedi Mind F* has rather large caps and thick, long stems. As implied by its name, this strain is known for its psilocybin potency as well as its cosmic insights. One psychonaut, Les Fleming, recorded his Jedi MF experience as making him feel like a “transcendental being of pure light,” experiencing “pure love,” and learning that God was real: “But not in the classic sense, more in the sense that we are God, everything is God, that we are all the same consciousness… This was the most profound experience I have ever had. A complete existence reboot. It changed me in ways I now know put me down a path of compassion and wisdom, patience and comprehension.”
This type of cosmic experience must be typical for this strain, as the Jedi Mind F* consistently shows up on every top-10 list of Psilocybe cubensis found online. In this new era of clinical research into the medicinal applications of psychedelics, this strain bears further study. Mycologists and microscopy researchers will appreciate seeing the Jedi’s dense, dark ellipsoidal structures and 4-spored basidia.
Our Jedi Mind F* Mushroom Spores are sold suspended inside a 10CC syringe, surrounded by sterile, distilled water. Mushroom spores from Shaman Mushrooms are for microscopy research purposes only. Though first discovered growing in the wild in Georgia, the Jedi Mind F* is out of this world.
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Our Mushroom Spore kit includes 10ml of premium Jedi Mind F*ck Mushroom Spores, floating in sterile water within a syringe, with a sterilized needle included.
Mushroom Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. Please DO NOT ask us about growing mushrooms. Images shown are informational only, originating from cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries, including the United States.