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Treasure Coast Magic Mushrooms were originally found in the Southern Florida Gulf Coast. Treasure Coast is actually a term used to describe the Atlantic Coast of Florida but our shrooms are from the Gulf Coast (eastern). This magic mushroom strain has been made popular by a man named Mr. G an infamous mycologist in the underground shroom world.
Users have reported Treasure Coast Cubensis having a very strong and intense beginning and then becoming more chill as the high sets in. Treasure Coast has also been reported to provide more visuals.
After 10-30 minutes of consuming Treasure Coast mushrooms, you will feel your mood enhanced with euphoria and excitement. Depending on the dosage you will experience mild to intense visual enhancements. Things may seem like they are breathing, the nature around you will feel more alive and you will find yourself in introspective thought. Music and art will look and feel different and you will have a higher appreciation and you may relate the music or art to yourself on a more personal level. The most common museum dose (0.5-1.5g) and moderate dose (2-3.5g) should provide you with a 3-6 hour trip. Please read our FAQ section for more details.
Cubensis Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States. The purpose of this site is not to grow psilocybin mushrooms.
Are you ready to discover the real treasures of the Treasure Coast cubensis? You’re going to love our genuine Treasure Coast psilocybin mushroom spores, which hail from that stretch of coastline in the southeastern region of Florida called—you guessed it—the Treasure Coast. Cubensis Treasure Coast spores are truly beautiful under the microscope. Motivated home scientists will be delighted to study the beginning stages of what becomes a stable, reliable mushroom in the wild.
Interestingly, in nature, Treasure Coast mushrooms are quite pale. It is incorrect to call them albino though, as some other vendors will do. Most of the time they’re not truly albinos (but could easily be mistaken for such). It’s possible that an albino Treasure Coast shrooms will grow in the wild, however.