To grow the Island of Fiji cubensis successfully, it is recommended to use enriched soil and even better: pasteurized dung. When you grow the Fiji cubensis with, for instance a PF TEK, the stems are often very slim en needle like. The Fiji is a beautiful elegant mushroom when fully grown. Recommended to advanced growers and scientists because of the sensitive reactions to changing growing conditions. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
The Albino A+ is not a true Albino. It is a very pale cubensis. The stems are very light brown and the caps are white. The Albino A+ is a fast colonizer, intermediate colonizer and it produces above average yields. The Albino A+ is a remarkable cubensis because of the appearance. Cultivate the mushrooms using regular cubensis TEKS. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
PES Amazonian cubensis is famous for its speed and potency. The PES Amazonian cubensis magic mushrooms pop up before you know it. It is not only fast; PES Amazonian also produces large flushes. The mushrooms are very meaty and can form such interesting shapes, that it truly lives up to its strain name: Pacific Exotica Spora Amazonia. The first two flushes are the largest. Amazonian can be gigantic, but also small and very potent. A PF TEK method is generally the way to go, but other techniques can be even successful. Also available in a 10ml spore vial.
The Cambodian strain was found John Allen when he was along his trip in Asia. Now it is a very widely grown mushroom that has many fans. Cambodia cubensis fruits very soon in the process and needs little attention. Therefore Cambodia spores are a good one to start with if you are not an experienced cultivator (yet). When grown on rice flour, the mushrooms can grow very large. The caps of the mushroom will form an umbrella like shape that have wide rims and have a distinct brown/red color.
Because Ecuador is a classic, this is one of the more popular cubensis strains. Ecuador colonizes slow but when the fruiting occurs there is no holding back! The mushrooms of the Ecuador are beautiful with long meaty stems and medium sized bell shaped caps. Ecuador produces three or more flushes and generally the second one is the largest. PFTEK is its friend. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
Golden Teacher is probably called as such, 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.
The Mckennaii cubensis spores are named after the famous psychonaut and researcher Terrence McKennaii. The exact origin form this strain is unknown. The Mckennaii grows wild hand-shaped mycelium knots, with lots of medium sizes mushrooms. Caps are brown and can grow small or wide. The Mckennaii is a highly potent mushroom when grown in the right conditions. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe 20 ml of Mexicana psilocybe cubensis strain. The Psilocybe Cubensis Mexican is a 3rd generation strain from the famous Mexicana. The fruits produced by this strain show very interesting characteristics. This strain has been known to throw of many slight variations. It’s a very easy to grow strain and one of the most famous magic mushrooms used all over the world The Psilocybe Cubensis Mexican has a faster colonization than most Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms. The big mushroom has a yellow head and a stalk of 8 tot 19 cm.
A special cubensis to celebrate the mushrooms from all over the world. Mycologists have worked meticulously to bring out this Mondo strain with the best properties of cubensis from over the world. The fruits are quite lengthy and the stems are meaty and firm. Go Global, go Mondo! The Mondo is a bit sensitive to its surroundings, so some advanced knowledge is desirable. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
This Far East cubensis is a proof that the bald headed mushrooms are spread worldwide. In the Chitwan region in Nepal, these medium sized fleshy mushrooms are rather easy to find when the leafs fall in autumn. To mimic the same conditions in your “home laboratory”, the best substrate used is sterilized compost. In despite of this, the Nepal cubensis is also friendly to other types of nutrient bases. The spores are available in vials and syringes.
Pensacola cubensis comes all the way from the sunshine state, Florida US. The mycelium is very aggressive and grows quickly as well. The fruits resemble the South American strains with their spade like shape. It does produce some aborts, but as we understand this is not really problematic for many of our customers. The spores are available in vials and syringes.