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B+ Cubensis Mushrooms may have a less-than-stellar name, but we promise you this variety of magic mushrooms has an A+ reputation. B+ Cubensis mushrooms differ from regular Cubensis strains due to their relationship to Psilocybe Azurescens, a rare and potent variety of mushroom.
B+ Cubensis mushrooms first became famous in the 1950s and 1960s, at the height of the popular hippie movement. B+ Cubensis Mushrooms have a fast growth cycle, robust genetics, and an accessible experience that makes them accessible to both novice and experienced psychedelic users.
Expect mild visions, auditory hallucinations, and a positive, introspective experience. B+ Cubenesis Mushrooms are a great choice for a beginner’s first foray into the magical world of mushrooms.
B+ is a strain of Psilocybe cubensis, a well-known type of hallucinogenic mushroom. The B+ strain is popular with growers because it is easy to work with, accepts a very wide range of growing conditions and substrates, and produces large, strong caps. Although not the fastest growing of the P. cubensis strains, B+ is not the slowest either. Color may vary slightly depending on growing conditions; enthusiasts describe the large golden to caramel caps as “beautiful”.
B+ is a strain of Psilocybe cubensis, a popular type of magic mushroom commonly referred to as “cubes”.
The B+ strain is said to have been invented by Mr. G – a mushroom growing legend. He is also credited with A strain, Albino Treasure Coast and several others.
Mr G claims that the B+ strain is a hybrid between P. cubensis and P. azurescens – however this is widely disputed and has not been proven. They model some of the growth characteristics after the alleged parent strains, so it’s entirely possible.
The merging of cubensis and azurescens could explain the increased potency of these mushrooms. Cubensis mushrooms are much easier to grow, but azurezcens are higher in psilocybin and psilocin. This could explain how B+ has a consistently higher than average psilocybin content compared to other cubensis varieties.
This strain is somewhat famous for its large mushrooms. When grown in optimal conditions, it is common to find a few absolute monsters growing from the substrate.
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