How to Grow “Magic Mushrooms” in 10 Steps

It is important to note that the possession and cultivation of psilocybin mushrooms is still illegal in many jurisdictions, so it is important to check the laws and regulations of your area before attempting to grow them. Additionally, growing psilocybin mushrooms at home requires a high level of knowledge and experience, so it is recommended that you do thorough research and gain proper knowledge before attempting it.

Growing psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms, can be done using a few different methods.

Here is a general overview of the “GotMyco” method:
  1. Research the different psilocybin strains (such as psilocybe cubensis, psilocybe semilanceata, and psilocybe cyanescens) and each one’s respective characteristics.
  2. Obtain spores or spawn of the desired psilocybin mushroom strain.
  3. Select a bulk substrate, such as pasteurized straw or sawdust, and mix it with a colonized grain spawn.
  4. Sterilize the mixture to eliminate any competing microorganisms.
  5. Inoculate the substrate with mushroom spores or spawn.
  6. Place the inoculated substrate in a container or grow bag and seal it.
  7. Provide the appropriate conditions for the mushroom mycelium to colonize the substrate, such as maintaining a consistent temperature and humidity level.
  8. Once the substrate is fully colonized, it can be placed in a fruiting chamber to initiate mushroom formation.
  9. Provide the appropriate conditions for the mushrooms to fruit, such as maintaining a consistent temperature and humidity level, and providing fresh air exchange.
  10. Once the mushrooms have fully developed, they can be harvested and dried for consumption.