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Cap: Can be anywhere from two to four and a half centimeters across. Is more or less bell-shaped, without a bump in the center or any marked waviness of the edges. When moist, the upper surface is sticky to slimy and light, possibly orangish brown. Dry specimens fade to yellowish-brown or buff. Bruises blue.
Gills: Attached but narrowly so. Pale, reddish brown when young, aging to dark gray-brown with mottling. The edges are paler than the faces.
Stem: Medium to tall, thin, white but bruising blue, thin, except for a faint, hairy ring zone.
Spores: Elliptical, smooth, purple-brown, purple-gray, or purple-black.
Habitat: Eats wood, and is often found fruiting from mulch and wood-chips. Presumably it also has a natural habitat, but nobody yet knows what it is. It has never been found and identified outside of urban or suburban areas. It is common within 50 miles of the Pacific Coast, especially around San Francisco, California. They are never found more than 100 miles from the coast. They fruit in larger groups in the autumn and winter, but not in the spring or summer.
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Psilocybe alleni looks, most obviously, like P. cyanescens, but most Psilocybes are similar. What is a more serious problem is that as little, brown mushrooms (“LBMs”), these bear at least a superficial resemblance to a huge number of other little, brown or brownish mushrooms, some of which are dangerously poisonous. The Deadly Galerina (Galerina marginata) is a particularly scary look-alike in that not only does it kill most of those who eat it, but is also fruits from wood, just like Psilocybe allenii. There is a potential for the two to fruit in mixed clumps. People have died this way.
The combination of purple-black spores and blue bruising is distinctive of both Psilocybes and the psychoactive Panaeolus species—Deadly Galerina has rusty-brown spores. It’s not that LBMs are impossible to identify properly. It’s that they must be identified, with careful attention paid to all pertinent details. “This looks right” isn’t good enough.
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There isn’t much information available publicly on what a Psilocybe allenii trip is like, but is is likely very similar to those of other Psilocybes—the effects of these species are largely those of psilocybin.
Psilocybin causes changes in perception, thought-pattern, and emotion. The changes in perception—hallucinations, in other words—get a lot of attention from people who have never used psilocybin, to the point that they often refer to the substance simply as a hallucinogen, ignoring all the other things psilocybin does. Actually, at very low doses, there are no hallucinations, and they remain fairly subtle except at very high doses. Although seeing weird stuff has a certain novelty factor, it’s not the main reason people use psilocybin.
People use psilocybin because “altered thought-patterns” can mean important personal and spiritual insights. “Altered emotions” can mean deep feelings of euphoria and connectedness—or it can also mean crippling anxiety—an oddity of psilocybin is that it seems to enhance whatever mental state the user has going in, for better or worse.
Psilocybin also usually causes nausea and sometimes vomiting. More serious side effects are rare, but possible and sometimes dangerous.
If these mushrooms are treated with respect and caution, they can be a relatively safe tool for exploring the mind. Treated as mere toys and diversions, they can cause real problems.
Potency and Dosage
Some people claim that Psilocybe allenii is extremely potent, but there is really very little hard evidence on the subject. It’s likely that potency varies a great deal, as that of related mushroom species does. One way to set a proper dose size is to dry and then powder a large batch of mushrooms and mix the powder up. Then take a small dose of the powder to find out how potent the mixed batch is, and then measure doses accordingly.
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