Species: Psilocybe Cubensis
Available In: 1G, 3.5G, 7G, 14G and 28G quantities
A species of cubensis found in high density patches across south-east Asia, the Burma (Burmese) strain is a mushroom that has found its way into western cultivation for a rumored single spore print collected by John W. Allen, which was subsequently cultivated. It is believed that all Burmas found in circulation today can trace their lineage directly back to that first spore print, however such a claim is nearly impossible to verify for certain.
Burmas find themselves at the higher range of potency of the cubensis family. Like other tropical species, they grow quite large as mushrooms favour warmer, wetter climates rich in debris the mushrooms can feed upon. Burmas share characteristics most similar to the amazon cubensis, growing large and being light brown in cap, and white colored in stem. As they are cubensis, they have an average psilocybin content of 0.63% per 1 gram of dried weight.