ATL 7: The Enigmatic Psilocybe Tamenensis Pheno
Originating from the Louisiana wetlands, the elusive Wild Tampenensis remains hidden in nature. ATL 7, also known as Atlantis #7, emerges from a Dutch cultivar. This remarkable variety is a prolific truffle producer, making it an essential addition to any collector’s repertoire.
Often referred to as the Philosopher’s Stone, the Magic Truffle (scientifically named “Sclerotia”) is a subterranean nutritional reservoir. In the Netherlands, it has long been a staple in smart shops, offering psychedelic experiences to tourists and visitors.
In the context of truffles, we should refer to the scientific name Psilocybe tampanensis or similar Psilocybe species when discussing their classification. Truffles are actually the underground fruiting bodies of these fungi. These species belong to the Psilocybe genus, which contains various psychoactive mushrooms known for their hallucinogenic properties.
Truffles, like mushrooms, have a complex anatomy. They typically consist of several parts:
Sclerotium – This is the truffle itself, which is the compact mass formed by the mycelium (the vegetative part of the fungus). The sclerotium contains nutrients and is used for survival when environmental conditions are unfavorable.
The ATL 7 Isolated Syringe provides an effortless entry into microscopic exploration of this captivating strain. Please note, this product is intended solely for microscopic research.