Leucistic Burma Mushroom Spores

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Leucistic Burma is a leucistic strain of Psilocybe cubensis. It originates from an area near the city of Yangon in Myanmar (formally Burma), Southeast Asia. Legend has that the original Burma strain was first discovered by a Thai student growing in Buffalo dung, its favourite substrate when growing in the wild. The student presented their finding to John Allen, who cultivated the first domesticated Burma ‘shrooms. The strain produces massive, pale brown fruits that drop spores heavily. Perfect for making prints!

Species Psilocybe cubensis 

Origin Burma in South East Asia, subtropical climate

Substrates Manure, grain or coco coir based

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