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B+ psilocybe cybensis spore is a higher performing psilocybe cubensis strain that is actually known for its size. The b+ spores are by far the most versatile cubensis as it can adapt and grow in a wide range of temperatures and substrates. It gets huge in the wild was found growing wild in Florida in the 90’s. b+ mushrooms colonize at average speed and in cooler temperatures. Cultivators using the b+ mushroom spore syringe report that it produces a large cap caramel in color and a thick stem. It also drops a very thick veil with dark spores. You can buy b+ mushroom spores directly from our magic mushroom spores website. The stem will turn bluish/grey when damaged. B+ spores for sale online. Buy Psilocybin cubensis spores.
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The most notable characteristic of a wild b+ Psilocybe cubensis is its size – in nature, these specimens can grow quite large. The b+ mushrooms caps caps have a golden-caramel coloration, which adorn a thick pale white or yellow stem. Among fast-growing psilocybin mushrooms, this strain is known for its propensity to propagate itself with heavy spore deposits. Cubensis spores grow naturally in warm, humid grasslands.