Blue Meanie Mushrooms are a very powerful strain belonging to the genus Panaeolus Cyanascens. These mushrooms are soft, small, with a cap with white spots and an impressive blue color along the stem. They are believed to come from the warm and tropical climate of South Australia. Blue Meanie Mushrooms contain extreme levels of psilocin and psilocybin. Therefore, they are considered the most powerful mushrooms in the world. They are two or three times more powerful than any other panaeolus cyanates species. The popularity of these mushrooms has continued to grow in recent years due to their incredible health benefits.

Natural psychotropic drugs in blue mushrooms are known to relieve symptoms of depression such as mood swings, irritability, general dissatisfaction, and sadness. Along with improving anxiety, these connections cause calm, calm, and happiness. This can lead to social benefits such as increased extroversion, increased sense of belonging, and improved outlook on life. Blue mushrooms are used as an adjunct to psychotherapy in the treatment of cancer patients and those who fight terminal illness because of their mood-boosting properties. In general, people diagnosed with clinical depression can greatly benefit from these mushrooms.

Several clinical studies have shown that psilocybin doses improve the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. The psychotropic compounds present in the blue mushroom help alleviate the persistent and unwanted behavior caused by obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Obsessions associated with OCD not only cause distress, but also exacerbate social interactions. Psilocin and psilocin interact with serotonin receptors in the brain to alter their binding activity. They interrupt rigorous and repetitive thought patterns that lead to obsessions.

Blue mushrooms are known to activate neuroconnectors in the brain to reduce inflammation and cluster headaches. Activation resets the receptors to a healthy network and reduces the inflammatory response. These mushrooms have been shown to interfere with the cluster headache cycle when ingested.