Albino A+ Mushroom Spores tends to fruit very well, producing beautiful large mushrooms. It produces a fairly large yield for several flushes. It is also a prolific producer of spores. Although those cultivating from spores may note that its color mutation may skip offspring when reproduced.
The result of which is some mushrooms having a golden brown coloring like that of other P. cubensis strains. In order to maintain the white coloring, mycologists have better success with cloning the fruit.
The Albino A+ Mushroom Spores is a prolific, highly potent mushroom strain in the wild. It has white caps and grayish color gills. Since there is also a small amount of pigment in the carpophores, this strain is better considered a leucistic form instead of a true albino. Albino A+ spores are dark purple under a microscope. Albino A+ mushrooms retain normally pigmented spores, unlike the PF Albino mushroom.
In terms of potency, Albino A+ produces mushrooms of medium-level potency, slightly more potent than its A+ parent strain. Those who consume these mushrooms report an uplifted mood, fits of laughter, and a boost to creativity. Overall it leans towards a strong positive psychedelic trip.
Cultivation Difficulty: Easy
Substrates: Equine dung and Enriched soils
Strain Origin: Leucistic Mutation of the A
Included with each Albino A+ Psilocybe cubensis spore syringe purchase:
- One 10cc syringe with A+ Albino spores.
- One sterile 16 gauge needle per syringe purchased and an alcohol prep pad.