Appearance Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushroom (MDK):
The Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushroom (MDK) is a variety of magic mushrooms that are grown in the Netherlands. The mycelium from this strain is prolific and can grow under various conditions. Its spore structure is similar to that of its ancestors. As a result, it can produce a large harvest.
This variety was originally developed in Mexico and has since been cultivated in the Netherlands. This particular variety has a long and distinguished history. It is one of the strongest varieties of cubensis. Those who consume this mushroom can experience a distorted world, accompanied by mild visual hallucinations. The number of mushrooms you ingest and your surroundings will play a big role in how you feel during this experience.
The sale of mushroom spores is legal in most states. However, consumers are advised to check their state’s laws before purchasing. It is not advisable to grow mushrooms if they cannot show the benefits of this type of medicine. It is also illegal in many countries. If you wish to grow Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushrooms for medical purposes, it is best to buy them from reputable vendors.
How to use a magic mushroom grow kit
Hallucinogenic mushrooms will start growing out of your grow kit if you follow these simple magic mushroom growing instructions:
- Wash your hands
- Remove grow kit lid
- Fill grow kit with room temperature water (20C)
- Put the lid back on
- Let grow kit soak grow kit for 15-45 minutes
- Remove the lid from grow kit
- Drain excess water from grow kit
- Place grow kit in the grow bag
- Add a cup of water inside the bag (outside of the grow kit!)
- Fold the top of the bag and close it with 2 paper clips
- Leave your grow bag with grow kit inside at 20-25C temperature. Make sure that the grow kit is protected from direct sunlight and is not near a radiator/heat source.
- After you see the first small mushrooms showing up (pinheads) start opening the bag every day for a minute to let some fresh air in. You can also use a misting bottle to spray some water on the walls of the bag every day when you open the bag.
- Harvest all of the mushrooms every time you see the first mushroom opening-up
- When harvesting magic mushrooms, turn them gently without pulling; they should be easy to remove.
- Repeat steps 8-14 to grow a few more flushes like that.
It’s not possible to give an accurate dosing guide for Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushroom (MDK). The dose will vary with each batch and species. Start low and take it slow. To know your dose check our dosage calculator
The effects of Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushroom (MDK) should take 10-60 minutes to kick in and last around 4-6 hours. The experience will be affected by the environment you take them in.
- Visual hallucinations
- Auditory hallucinations
- Distortions of time
- The spiritual connection to the earth and other people
- Be mindful of your set and setting. If you’re feeling anxious, depressed, or aren’t in a nice environment the risk you’ll have a bad time will be increased. Save your drugs for another day.
- The risk of having a bad time increases at higher doses. Start low, take it slow, and be aware the effects can take a while to kick in.
- Use with people you know and trust in a calm, safe environment, especially if you’re new to psychedelic drugs.
- If someone is having a bad trip, remind them that they have taken drugs and that the effects will wear off soon. Be calm and reassuring. If they can’t be talked down, or you feel out of your depth, seek medical assistance.
- Consider having a trip sitter, someone who remains sober and can help out if someone is having a bad time.
- Be incredibly careful if you go mushroom picking. Misidentified mushrooms are much more likely to put you in the hospital than magic mushrooms.
- Do not attempt to get in a car and drive. Make sure you find a safe alternative.
Legal Status of Mexican Dutch King Magic Mushroom (MDK):
The active ingredients of psilocybin mushrooms, psilocybin, and psilocin are controlled substances on Schedule I of the 1971 United Nations convention. Therefore, the sale of these substances is illegal.
However, mushrooms containing these substances are controlled differently in particular countries, according to each country’s interpretation of Schedule I. In Schedule I of the 1971 Convention, only active ingredients appear, not the natural materials that contain them (such as mushrooms or plants), which leaves the interpretation of the prohibition of botanical materials open to the particular laws of each country. Furthermore, in many countries, these mushrooms grow wild.