True Albino Teacher, also known as TAT, is a type of psilocybin magic mushroom known for having all of the same qualities of the Golden Teacher strain but with a beautiful, all-white albino appearance. It’s important to note that True Albino Teachers are often confused with another variety of psilocybin mushrooms called “White Teachers.” True Albino Teachers are albino, while White Teachers as leucistic and have relatively low pigment with nearly-white fruits.
This strain of psychedelic mushroom spores is incredibly popular in the genetics research community, even if they are hard to get ahold of. True Albino Teacher mushrooms do not eject spores very easily, making them almost impossible to create spore prints from. As such, they are only available in spore syringes and swabs.
True Albino Teacher was discovered by mycologist and researcher Jik Fibs after isolating a handful of albino Golden Teacher clusters and growing them into fully albino canopies. These were then isolated and stabilized through lots of hard work that we are all very thankful for.
Growth characteristics: These beautiful mushroom spores create moderately-sized clusters, complete with milky white and long stems, as well as wide and flat white caps with blue-grey areas speckled throughout the body of the mushroom, as well as the gills. The spores of the True Albino Teacher have a somewhat transparent or colorless quality to them that distinguishes then from leucistic varieties of psychedelic mushrooms. At maturity, these mushrooms are known for looking more like white flowers rather than mushrooms.
Potency: True Albino Teachers are still a relatively rare strain that is slowly making its way into the genetics research community. As such, the potency levels of this strain vary significantly.
Kit Includes: One 10ml luer lock spore syringe containing sterile water and True Albino Teacher mushroom spores.
All magic mushroom spores sold by MushLoveGenetics.com are for research use. It is illegal to cultivate psilocybin mushroom spores in the United States.