The Thortruffle Loki has the longest tradition of all varieties. It was discovered in Mexiko in 1961 and has since been optimized for cultivation.
Loki grows approximately 8-9 months and has a strikingly beautiful, golden color.
Before using for high dosing, the truffles needs to be soaked in liquid for 6-12 hours. Please check the instructions in the package! Don’t forget: you must chew very well!
This variety is especially good for abstract thinking. If you need a new perspective on life, or want to fill your head with fresh ideas, Loki truffles are just right for you.
They often produce intellectual experiences with great emphasis on language. This means fluid thinking, speaking and if you’re into it, writing. That’s because of the vast range of brain connections they fire up.
Loki can be enjoyed alone or in company, but we recommend having the experience only in a familiar environment.
Versatility, Independence, Eloquence
It is also important to mind the set and setting. This includes external circumstances, but also your attitude! It is advisable to start the trip in a safe environment (e.g. at home).
Negative emotions are not the end of the world. It is important to accept and understand them. This is the quickest way to work past them. Resistance breeds stress. There is also little point in denying what comes from within.
By the way: The expression “bad trip” comes from the world of LSD. It has no place in talking about truffles. There are neither flashbacks nor the risk of “getting stuck”. Whatever you experience, it’s over after 6 hours.
What remains is the memory. Unlike with alcohol, it is usually crystal clear.
Loki Thortruffles are especially suitable for…
Their specific chemical balance makes this variety a true all-rounder. Both beginners and veterans will enjoy the experience.
Loki truffles are quite sturdy. Take their size into consideration when soaking them, they may need an extra hour.
(On one of his adventures, Loki transforms himself into a mare and finds himself a stud. He then begets the eight-legged horse “Sleipnir”, which he ends up giving to his bloodbrother Odin. That was new for us as well…)