Ahhh the B+ magic mushroom, a best seller at The Magic Mushroom Shop and a big favorite among mycologists, beginners and first time trippers. Let’s take a closer look at this popular cubensis strain, known for it’s richness and solid performance.
Lepista nuda (also recognized as Clitocybe nuda and Tricholoma nudum, and commonly known as the wood blewit or blue stalk mushroom), is an edible mushroom, found in both coniferous and deciduous woodlands. It is a fairly distinctive mushroom that is widely eaten, though there is some caution about edibility. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands USA and France.
Blue Meanies magic mushrooms are a coveted cubensis strain which originates in southeastern Australia. Blue Meanie mushrooms are a high potency psilocybe cubensis strain that gets its name from the vivid blue bruising which appears when the fruiting body is touched. The bruising characteristics is an indicator of its elevated concentrations of psilocybin and psilocin compounds potency. Blue Meanie Spore Syringe.
Golden Teacher has been given its name, because of the gold/brown color of the caps. The Teacher part can be explained by the fact that is grows very easy and is good for beginners. Golden Teacher shoots out flush after flush of medium sized mushrooms, growing in large clusters. Potency wise it deserves a place in the higher regions. The Golden Teacher is a classic and will always remain being so. Very rewarding and grows on most substrate recipes.
This species of magic mushroom is known to be the most powerful Well, the most powerful discovered to date. Meaning this strain of mush can bring way more intense visual hallucinations compared to other types of psilocybin.
Psilocybe Cubensis Cambodian is the ideal choice for beginners – this strain is extremely easy to cultivate and yields relatively predictable harvests. The first specimen were found near the Angkor Wat temple complex, but now you can grow these Khmer mushrooms at home. These grow-kits are filled with fully colonized substrate.