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Buy Laughing Gym Mushrooms online is a type of mushroom-forming fungus in the family Hymenogastraceae. Commonly known as the spectacular rustgill, this large orange mushroom is typically found growing on tree stumps, logs, or tree bases. Some subspecies of this mushroom contain the neurotoxic oligo isoprenoid gymnopilin.
A large, lemon-yellow mushroom that forms huge dense clusters with very large caps, this mushroom contains kava kava-like molecules that can ease your inhibition to the point of slight inebriation, definitely a stimulant. Found fruiting all over the southeastern coastal plains, also found in elevations up to 1000 feet around large oaks.
|Edibility and Taste
|Bitter. This mushroom is best made into tea or extracts.
|Hardwood logs or rounds that have been buried outdoors. Prefers oak. Indoors it fruits well on supplemented oak sawdust, once colonized it has a long incubation period and then needs a few days in the freezer to shock it. Once shocked remove it from the freezer and put a few small slits in bag, then the tent.
|Fruits when cold, but needs cold shock. Fruits and matures from 32-50F.
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Large, orangish yellow, with a ring on the stalk. Grows in clusters on stumps and trunks, on ground, or over buried wood. August–October. Cap convex; orangish yellow to fawn; texture smooth with minute scales. Gills broad; light yellow to rust; spacing crowded; gills attached. Stalk with equal sides or club-shaped; light yellow to ocher; covered with tiny fibers; has a ring. Partial veil thin and fibrous, pale yellow, leaving a line or zone on the stalk. Spore print orange to rust. Spores magnified are oval to elliptical, wrinkled. Odor like anise; taste (chew on a tiny piece of cap, then spit it out) bitter.
Lookalikes: Honey mushroom (Armillaria mellea) is honey-colored with a white spore print. Jack-o’-lantern (Omphalotus illudens) lacks a veil and has a whitish-cream spore print. Deadly galerina (Galerina autumnalis) is smaller and browner.
Cap width: 3–7 inches; stalk length: 2–8 inches; stalk width: ¼–1½ inches.