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Cambodian Magic Mushrooms

Cambodian Magic Mushrooms: Background

Cubensis Cambodian Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis Cambodian), discovered by John Allen that are similar in effects to the other Southeast Asian strains, with a fast-acting ‘mind’ high, euphoria, and visuals, but less of a body load.

In terms of appearance, the mushroom has a large, bell shaped(convex) light to dark brown cap with a diameter that ranges from 20-70 millimetres as it matures. The stem (stipe) is thick and slightly beige.

The brown colour of the hat fades away when the shroom matures. However, the middle part of the hat retains its brownness. There is a veil between the cap and the stem. When mature, the veil breaks and Cambodian psilocybe cubensis produce dark purple spores.

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Cambodian Magic Mushrooms: Habitat

Cubensis Cambodian magic mushrooms are a Southeast Asian species discovered by John Allen near the Angkor Wat temple in northeast Cambodia.

Cambodian Magic Mushrooms: Taxonomy/Naming

Genera

Psilocybe

Species Name

Cubensis

Sub Species

Cambodian

Common Name

Cambodian Magic Mushrooms

Cambodian Magic Mushrooms: Physical Description

Pileas

A brown convex cap that ranges 20-70 millimetres in diameter. The caps of this species are large, bell shaped and range from light to dark brown, usually with more colour distribution than other cubensis species. The brown colour of the hat fades away when the shroom matures. However, the middle part of the hat retains its brownness.

Gills

Spore Print

Spores

Dark Purple

Stipe

The stipe is thick and slightly beige and range between 40-125 millimetres lengthwise. The stems will have a bluish discolouration when you press them due to the high concentration of psilocybin in them.

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