Buy Creeper Magic Mushrooms
Buy Creeper Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis, Keepers Creeper) also known as Keeper’s Creeper is a strain distributed online by a mycologist by the name of The Little Guy. His whereabouts are unknown, but our research indicates that he was an active spore vendor in the late 90s and early 2000s. The strain was originally developed by Keeper another online mycologist from the same era who has disappeared. Although these mycologists are not active online anymore, their legacy continues as these strains are reproduced by multiple spore vendors and mycologists around the world. Our master growers were able to source the original strain of the Keepers Creepers from the original spore library to provide the correct genetic production of the strain from the 90s.
What Are Creeper Shrooms?
The Creeper mushrooms are a strain of magic mushrooms first sold by the Shroomery user “The Keeper.”
There’s a lot of debate as to whether this strain actually deserves the title of strain or not.
Let me explain what happened.
The Keeper was a frequent user on the mushroom cultivation forum Shroomery.org where he would often sell spores to other growers. He would brand the products he sold as “Keepers X” and at one time had a decent selection of strains to choose from.
However, starting around 2014, the Keeper started receiving a lot of flack for allegedly rebranding already infamous and ubiquitous mushroom strains and jacking up the price (in some instances, as high as $80 for a spore syringe that would normally cost around $15–$25).
As a result of this, it’s unclear whether Keepers Creepers (the original name) was truly a unique strain or not. Many experts speculate it’s actually the Cambodian strain rebranded. Others suggest they might be a copy of either the Hawaiian strain or Tasmanian strain.
Regardless, Keepers Creepers is still around, but most vendors have dropped the name (and the obnoxiously high price) and just sell them as “Creepers.”
Creeper shrooms are considered to be quite potent. Most users describe the trip they produce as unlike anything else they’ve ever experienced. Some trip reports suggest that the experience is a bit “darker” than they’ve experienced with other strains — they have a tendency to quite literally “creep up on you.”
Whether this is due to the influence of the mushroom’s name or something else, nobody knows.
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