DISCRIPTION ON THE Tidal Wave Mushrooms
Tidal Wave Mushrooms—popular, potent, and a bit weird—is the love child of the two Psilocybe cubensis strains known as Penis Envy and B+.
It’s an unstable hybrid that’s known for a variety of odd mutations—including the sporeless “blob” or “brain-shaped” Enigma mutation that won the 2021 Psilocybin Cup (now known as the Hyphae Cup) hosted by Hyphae Labs with an astronomical—and previously unheard of—3.8 percent tryptamine content.
Doma Nunzio, mycologist and founder of the spore and testing company Magic Myco is credited with first hybridization Penis Envy (PE) and B+ to create Tidal Wave in 2017 (spelled Tidalwave on their website).
Magic Myco describes the cross as “our first hybrid fusion project.” Many iterations later, at least eleven Tidal Wave varieties are in circulation from Magic Myco—bearing names like. Tidalwave 2, Tidalwave 3 Beast, and Tidalwave BXO.
Tidal Wave mushrooms may owe their name to the “wavy,” water-like edges on the bottom of mature caps, but—as the name implies
these mushrooms can also pack a punch and have a reputation among psychonauts for their potent psychedelic effects.
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Because of their mixed lineage and unstable genetics, Tidal Wave mushrooms can be tough to pin down appearance-wise. It’s possible for
Tidal Wave spores to produce a “canopy with some completely white caps,
some gold caps, and then some of the weird Enigma-like blobs—all in the same bin, from the same genetic,”
Ian Bollinger, Chief Technical Officer of Hyphae Labs tells DoubleBlind.