What Are Albino A+ Mushrooms?
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Albino A+ fungi are a type of magic mushroom that has reduced pigmentation, called leucism. Because of the leucism in those shrooms, they are a mutation of the Psilocybe Cubensis A strain. Their stem and cap coloration is often a whitish-grey colour, as they typically have no pigmentation whatsoever. Since they are an albino strain of Psilocybe Cubensis, they are slightly more potent.
Magic Mushroom Family
Albino A+ mushrooms make up the Psilocybe Cubensis family. This family of shrooms is the most common and well-known form of trippy shroom. Sometimes known simply as magic mushrooms, they are.
Albino A+ Mushroom Potency
Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms grow naturally in Australia, Mexico, South and Central America, Southeast Asia and sometimes in parts of Florida. They’re a real simple fungus at home to grow. Sometimes they have golden caps with deep purple spores, but the Albino A+ strain is an exception to this coloration feature.
Albino A+ Mushroom Effects
The Albino A+ Mushroom has a medium level of potency. Because of its leukemia, it is a little more successful than the normal strain of Psilocybe Cubensis. However, it is not the most strong form of mushroom, making it a great option for those looking for a trippy shroom that falls somewhere in the middle of the spectrum of potency.
As Albino A+ shrooms are more potent than other non-albino species in the Psilocybe Cubensis family, they tend to have a strong positive trip. Their effects are much like those caused by other strains of Cubes, but they are stronger because of the higher degree of potency. This means that it can be predicted that positive effects range from enhanced mood, improved creative emotions, visual hallucinations, and more. Any of the clinical effects will likely be changes in heart and blood pressure, pupil dilation, etc.
Albino A+ mushrooms may also induce some neutral effects, such as sensitivity to light, distortion of time, and more. Several of the Negative Ones
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