Psilocybe Ovoideocystidiata is a species of psychedelic mushroom that is native to North America. This mushroom is known for its distinctive shape and its ability to produce powerful psychedelic effects. Psilocybe Ovoideocystidiata also known as Ps. Ovoid, is also believed to be one of the most potent species of psychedelic mushroom, with a higher concentration of the psychoactive compound psilocybin than many other mushrooms.
This mushroom named for its roundish ovoid like cap; has a long history of use among Native American tribes, who have traditionally used it for shamanic purposes. In recent years, the psilocybe ovoideocystidiata has become increasingly popular among recreational drug users, who use it for its psychedelic effects. The mushroom was first described in 1978 by mycologist Ronald M. Lanza, and has been the subject of study ever since.
This species of psychedelic mushroom is native to Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia in the United States. However they have spread as far as BC Canada. Ovoids can be spawned to outdoor woodchip beds. Where they will fruit in the spring. Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata are not currently schedule I in the United States, but possession of this mushroom is still illegal in most states. So be careful what you pick when out foraging.