Nua Muang Magic Mushrooms

Nua Muang Magic Mushrooms

Nua Muang: Background

Nua Muang magic mushrooms are another strain discovered by mycologist John Allen, growing on water buffalo dung on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand. In Thailand Magic Mushrooms are mostly known because they are mixed with fruit smoothies and milkshakes.

Nua Muang cubensis possesses effects and physical similarities to other southeast asian strains. An aggressive colonizer and prolific fruiter, this strain produces large patches of mushrooms that range from golden to light brown in colouration and thick, columnar stems. As mentioned, effects are similar to other southeast asian strains, with visual stimulation, more mental effects, and less of a body load.

You can learn more about magic mushroom anatomy by reading Frshminds “Psilocybin Mushroom Anatomy 101” article.

Nua Muang: Habitat

Nua Muang: Taxonomy/Naming



Species Name


Sub Species

Nua Muang

Common Name

Nua Muang: Physical Description


7 to 1.5 cm. Convex to conic-convex to campanulate, often umbonate with a small papilla. Translucent when moist, striate margin in young, and with a separate pellicle. Hygrophanous and fading to straw-yellow in drying.


Adnate and clay colored, than violaceous brown to chocolate-violet with whitish margins.

Spore Print



40 to 60 mm. long by 1-2 mm thick. Whitish to yellowish and covered with fibrils. Enlarged at base. Partial veil cortinate leaving a superior fibrillous annular zone that soon disappears.

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