Enigma doesn’t produce mushrooms. Instead, it forms thick truffle-like growths with exceptionally high psilocybin and psilocin concentrations.
This strain is a winner of the Psilocybin Cup held in Oakland, California, and there are several off-shoots of this strain that are becoming popular options as well.
This is a great strain if you prefer growing magic truffles and want something different. It’s important to note that this is not a true magic truffle but has truffle-like qualities.
This strain takes a long time to form the psilocybin-rich masses, sometimes up to 4 months. The longer you let them grow, the more potent they become.