Mycena Cyanorrhiza


Mycena Cynorrhiza is a distinct mushroom because it is small and white, with a blue base. They mostly grow in the forest, on wood, and the spore prints are also white. They are still called hallucinogenic mushrooms though not all contain Psilocybin.

Some Mycenae is edible while some are not, and they are too small to be added to cooking. The blue staining at the base of the Mycena Cyanorrhiza indicates Psilocybin though not all mushrooms, even in the same spot, have these blue hues.