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Magic truffles are the sclerotia of Psilocybin mushrooms that are not technically the same as “mushrooms”. They are masses of mycelium that contain the fruiting body which contains the hallucinogenic chemicals psilocybin and psilocin. The Enigma Psilocybe Cubensis variety is an especially interesting variety, as it does not produce mushroom fruiting bodies, but instead produces a blob-like mycelial formation that somewhat resembles a brain. It is reported to be exceptionally potent, and these reports have been confirmed by laboratory testing as an Enigma-like mutation won the inaugural Psilocybin Cup held in Oakland California this past spring, testing at just over 3.8% Tryptamine content! We have also tested this variety using the the PSILO-Q Test kit, the first ever home-use quantitative psilocybin testing kit. Results show that this variety contains well over 2% tryptamine content. By comparison, the average Psilocybe Cubensis mushroom contains between 0.6 and 0.8% tryptamine content.The Enigma mutation was first observed in a Pe/B+ hybrid, however there are now Enigma-like mutations that have been observed in several other varieties, like Tidal Wave and Mazatepec. Our Enigma is descended from the original Pe/B+ hybrid. The Enigma magic mushroom strain is one of the more rare varieties that we offer, and it will also take significantly longer for the truffle-like blobs to form, but this extra time is compensated for by the vastly higher potency.The physical characteristics of this variety typically consist of a thick, dense blob of mycelium that often forms a rippling pattern reminiscent of the human brain. It can take several months for Enigma blobs to form, and they increase in potency the longer they are left. They can be grown in a similar fashion to Cubensis (same environment and mediums can be used), and they are ready to harvest when they begin to turn blue.