Great White Monster Magic Mushroom
Great White Monster Magic Mushroom Strain is emerging as one of the more popular strains among Shroom users. This Albino mutate strain is known to provide a high psychedelic effect. At lower doses, this is a great strain to help ease anxiety and depression. At higher doses, you can expect to see fractal patterns and hallucinations. The Great White Monster is a medical patient’s dream come true with its therapeutic healing properties.
Great White Monster (GWM) is another popular strain of magic mushrooms. This strain of Shroom is known for its strong psychedelic effect. It is easily considered one of the stronger strains of Psilcybe Cubensis. While the Great White Monster is known for its potency, it is also known for its therapeutic potential. At lower dosages it is known to be a great remedy for anxiety and depression.
History of the Great White Monster Magic Mushroom Strain
The Great White Monster Magic Mushroom Strain Cubensis is a very popular mushroom that belongs to the Psilocybe Cubensis family. This mushroom is said to be a cross breed of the A-Strain and Puerto Rican strain. While breeding this mushroom it was accidentally exposed to Quaternary reactive ammonium siloxane which resulted in the albino pigmentation of this mushroom. These mushrooms are known for its high psilocybin content.
Effects of the Great White Monster
The Great White Monster Cubensis offers a very strong psychedelic effect when consumed at higher concentrations. Users report seeing fractal patterns and hallucinations. Some users also reported experiencing synesthesia, where you hear colours and see sounds. At lower concentrations the GWM offers a buzzy warmth that takes over your mind. This in turn is great to healing anxiety and depression. Because of the high potency of this mushroom, it is recommended to start with a lower concentration and slowly working your way up.
Dosage of Great White Monster Dried Magic Mushrooms
Please use the following chart as a guideline for measuring your dosage. Dosage can vary depending on magic mushroom species, strain, and the person ingesting them.