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Buy Cuban Magic Mushrooms online. The Cuban Cubensis is often referred to as the “truest” cubensis in existence because this was the first discovered cubensis in the early 1900s by F.S. Earle (an American mycologist who often worked in Cuba).
The Cuban Magic Mushrooms are known to have skinny stems and small orange-brown caps. They may appear to be small but are deceptively potent. Because of its deep rooted history this strain is considered an royalty in the world of psychedelics. Buy the best Cuban Shrooms in Canada. Buy Cuban Magic Mushrooms online.
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The Cuban Cubensis is commonly referred to as the “truest” cubensis since it was the first cubensis found by F.S. Earle in the early 1900s (an American mycologist who often worked in Cuba).
The stems and crowns of the Cuban Magic Mushrooms are noted to be thin and orange-brown. They may look little, yet they are deceivingly powerful. This strain is considered royalty in the realm of psychedelics because to its rich history.
After 10 to 30 minutes of taking Cuban shrooms, your mood will be elevated with happiness and exhilaration. Depending on dose, visual improvements might range from minor to strong.
Things may seem to be breathing, the surrounding environment will feel more alive, and you may find yourself introspecting. Music and art will seem and feel differently, and you will have a greater appreciation for them and may connect to them on a more personal level. The usual museum dosage (0.5-1.5g) and moderate dose (2-3.5g) should give 3-6 hours of trip duration.
Cuban Magic Mushrooms: Background
Cuban Magic Mushrooms are the first of their kind. Cuban mycologist Franklin Sumner Earle classified this species as Stropharia cubensis in 1906, marking the discovery of Psilocybe cubensis as a species. In 1949, Rolf Singer, a mycologist of German descent, transferred the species into the genus Psilocybe and gave it the scientific name Psilocybe cubensis. Cubensis implies “originating from Cuba” and refers to Earle’s published work.
This species produces abundant purple/black spores and produces little fruiting bodies. It has caramel to brown heads and light, thin stems. Despite its little size, this strain reportedly produces effects of concentration and profound perception.
Cuban Magic Mushrooms: Habitat
Originally found in Cuba.