Inocybe coelestium Magic Mushrooms
Inocybe coelestium: Background
Inocybe coelestium Magic Mushrooms were named ‘celestials’, due to it’s hallucinogenic properties. However, analysis from Stijve and Kuyper in 1985 reveals it to only contain up to 0.035% psilocybin, no psilocin, and 0.025% baeocystin. It’s relatively rare and ingestion is not advised.
Inocybe coelestium: Habitat
Distribution is likely more wide-spread than what is currently reported. It can be found under deciduous trees in calcareous soils August through October.