The Golden Teacher – A Psychedelic Magic Mushroom
It’s widely known that The Golden Teacher magic mushroom is a rare variety found in Wazhenland. A common variety is Golden Teacher Shao Lin which is also called the “Chinese Water Ginseng.” However, not many people know that Wuxing is actually a different strain. All forms of Wuxing are from the same plant, Wuxing Ba, and all share a similar similarity in their appearance. The two varieties are also said to have the same properties when used in magical rituals.
Thus, it is proper to call Wuxing a Golden Teacher or “Shaolin Kung Fu.” However, it is still debatable whether the original or improved strain of Wuxing is truly Golden. Some experts claim that no matter what strain is used, the magic mushroom strains will always be different from each other. Thus, it is still important to state that the Golden Teacher magic mushroom is still most preferred by cultivators for use in cultivation.
It is believed that the Wuxing mushroom is a rare kind of fungi that can only be found in one area – Wuyi Shan in China. The only place where you can find these mushrooms is in special mushroom patches in Wuyi Shan. The Wuyi Shan region was once a thriving agricultural region, but during the 1950s, the government planned to modernize the region. This resulted in the closing down of all agricultural farming and the reduction of all available land. However, this did not result to the total disappearance of the golden teacher shrooms.
This rare type of fungi was saved from extinction and is now widely distributed in different parts of China. Today, Wuxing mushroom spores are often used in magic mushroom rituals, especially by people involved in the Wuxing tradition. They believe that using Wuxing teacher spores will help them in enhancing their skills and powers. As such, there are many Wuxing mushrooms available in stores today, and some even come with instructional written manuals so that beginners can easily find quality mushrooms suitable for use in Wuxing rituals.
The Wuxing cultivator should remember that Wuxing mushrooms do not contain any ‘active’ ingredient; thus, they are of no benefit in terms of usage in Wuxing rituals. Thus, it is advised that they are only used by experienced and knowledgeable cultivators to make Wuxing rituals more effective. One of the most common instructions given by Wuxing teachers is that the Wuxing teacher spores should be prepared and injected directly into the face of the Wulong practitioner during a Wulong tea session. These spores are believed to have powerful effects on the Wulong practitioner, who is considered the master of all aspects of Wulong meditation and bodywork.
However, despite the Wuxing cultivators’ strong conviction that Wuxing mushrooms are extremely useful for psychotropic purposes, they are not widely known and widely used among people involved in the Wuxing tradition. This may be due to legal issues, which prohibit the public from using highly controlled, dangerous drugs. It is also considered as a danger to the lives of people who take this highly controlled substance, as it has often led to fatal accidents and poisonings. Despite these risks, the golden teacher strains are still widely used by many Wulong practitioners as they believe they are effective in improving their psychic abilities, especially when used in conjunction with other established methods of Wulong meditation and bodywork. Some Wuxing experts state that if used appropriately, it can even lead to complete liberation from earthly bonds and substances such as pains and diseases.