So I promised more about Laure, and I’ll get there soon I hope.

But in the meantime, I couldn’t resist sharing the information that I just came across providentially this evening.

That, my friends, is the real deal.  A psilocybin truffle.  The result of spores mating in the soil.

Here’s what has to say about it.

“A truffle or a sclerotium (mv. sclerotia), is an underground hardening or thickening of the mycelium, which are formed during periods of bad climatic conditions, in order for the organism to be able to survive this period. Thus, it functions as a parking place for moisture and nutrients, in order to enable the plant to form mycelium back later for vegetative and regenerative growth.

And here’s the vice magazine story about the truffles.  Including a nice animation of how why the spores from these truffles and why they get you ass over tits high.

Vice magazine : “Hamilton and the Philsopher’s stone.” 


So for anyone who thinks that the spores story in Botanica is preposterous (that includes me by the way), then watch this and learn differently.

And here is what a whole bunch of them look like…  Me wanna…