As the name suggests, Wavy Caps psychedelic fungi are mainly identified by their wavy caramel caps. Sometimes referred to as Psilocybe Cyanescens, these natives of the Pacific Northwest typically grow on woodchips in the wild during the winter months and are often the first species to colonize disturbed lands. Apart from their wavy caps, they are also characterized by a white stipe, a purple-black spore print, and a fragile veil during their juvenile stage of growth. They also fruit in clusters and are famed for their hallucinogenic potency.
A trip on Wavy Caps creates visual enhancements and heightens other sensations such as sound and taste. But apart from the feeling of exhilaration, you’ll also experience a strong affinity to the environment around you, the people, and the universe as a whole. Larger doses are known to dissolve your ego, making you lose your sense of self.