Thai Koh Samui Magic Mushroom
Thai Koh Samui Magic Mushroom Psilocybe samuiensis, also known as Koh Samui or Thai is classified as a rare strain but it bears high popularity amongst knowledgeable users.
The species originates from the Thai province of Ranong, specifically from the island of Koh Samui, from where it inherited its name.
Its identity has causes years of contentious debate, after which it became the first of the Mexicanae group of species discover outside. Psilocybe samuiensis was found by ethnomycologist John Allen.
Psilocybe Cubensis Koh Samui, with a moderate to high potency, is often mixed into fruit smoothies and milkshakes. Because it is known to be one of the most potent strains around . Psilocybe Cubensis Koh Samui is categorized as a super strain.
It is resistant to contamination and it is a fast colonizing strain.
What Are Koh Samui Magic Mushroom?
They are native to an island in Thailand by the same name and is use for centuries in traditional healing.
There’s some debate about what species Koh Samui mushrooms refer to. In most cases, Koh Samui refers to a particular strain of Psilocybe cubensis that was collected from the island by the amateur mycologist Mushroom John Allen in the 90s. However, there’s also a separate species of psilocybin-containing mushroom found here called Psilocybe samuiensis . But it’s not common to find these mushrooms or their spores online.
But the plot thickens…
Some experts place this Thai magic mushroom strain under the Mexicanae genus of psilocybe mushrooms rather than Psilocybe cubensis. If this were true, it would make Koh Samui mushrooms the only strain from the Mexicanaue genus that’s found outside North America .
Gastón Guzmán a Mexican mycologist and anthropologist, place this mushroom in the Mexicanae category due to its rhomboid-shape . A compact growth in the mycelium containing food reserves, which is an evolutionary trait that emerged from surviving extreme temperatures.
But most experts argue that Koh Samui mushrooms are, in fact, a strain of Psilocybe cubensis.
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