Albino A+ mushroom spores really are a beautiful strain of mushrooms. Ghostly white, these mushrooms are not true Albinos, but rather leucistic. This means that they only have a partial loss of pigmentation. If grown exposed to light, slight pigmentation will occur.
The Albino A+ strain is a mutation of the very popular A+ strain. It is a relatively easy strain to cultivate, often only requiring management of its temperature and humidity.
Due to their color characteristics, this mushroom is grown in a low-light environment to maintain its distinct white coloring. Note, however, that they will not grow in complete darkness. As the fungus matures, blue hues in the fruit and stem become apparent due to the presence of psilocybin in the mushroom.
Albino A+ 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.
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.
The cultivation of psilocybe cubensis is illegal in the USA. Our spores are for microscopic research and identification purposes only. The product contains a research solution of sterile water with mushroom spores in a 10ml Luer-Lok syringe. Included is an 18 gauge by 1.5-inch needle that twists onto the syringe.