Psilocybe Cubensis Cambodian was first found in Cambodia by John Allen. Cambodian Gold is a hybrid strain that is derived from Cambodian Cubensis and Golden Teacher. This strain is considered one of the most robust and disease-resistant, making it a great choice for both beginner and expert mycologists.
Cambodian Gold caps change color many times over their life cycle. At the beginning of development, caps of a rich brown color begin to brighten with time. Adolescent mushrooms are characterized by a sandy brown color and a shape that looks like a thimble. The umbrella opens in adulthood, forming a small amber-honey hemisphere. On the mushroom body, mainly on the cap, there are white dots left over from the original veil.
Outwardly, the strain differs in veil characteristics. In many cases, it quickly departs and disappears, or remains on the leg and a kind of skirt is obtained. Caps can present with a diameter of 5-12 cm. On the smooth-textured trunk there is some universal membrane in the form of small white dots. Heights of 3-10 cm are reached with the first wave and the fruiting bodies of the 2nd wave can reach 15 cm. Spores mature longer than in other representatives of the species because the membrane falls off later and sometimes does not leave at all, thereby, needing to be forced off.
Origin: Hybrid of Cambodian and Golden Teacher – (Cambodian/North America)
Habitat: Bovine, Equine dung and Enriched soils
Colonization: Rapid colonization, wide range of fruit size from 5 to 12 cm
Recommended for: Cambodian Gold is suitable for spore researchers of all experience levels
Item contents: Generously filled 10cc syringe and a 1.5” 20 gauge sterile dispensing needle.
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