The history behind the psilocybe cubenssis B+ mushrooms strain is a bit of a mystery. Unlike some varieties with much more of a rich history such as the Mexicana Cubensis, B+ magic mushrooms were believed to be developed for the recreational community by cultivator “Mr. G”
The history of “Mr. G” has been rumored for years, but has not been any concrete evidence of him either. But the origins do seem rich on the coast of Florida. They are often known for their growing resilience. B+ substrate have often been thrown in the garden, only to be seen a year later growing by itself naturally.
Quite beautiful in appearance, with a button like cap, B+ magic mushrooms often look like they could be on a store shelf. The caps are caramel brown, with highlights of gold.
Stems, are quite thick and juicy looking. They are quite large when compared to other magic mushrooms.
Spores are quite abundant. Those looking to make their own spore prints, make B+ cubensis a great choice for growing.
Fruiting caps for B+ magic mushrooms are sought after. They can reach sizes of 3-4 inches. B+ is also capable of multiple flushes. These are on of the best magic mushrooms for fruiting, and were bred for that specific reason.
B+ cubensis has a rich, well-balanced high. Often a great selection for beginners. The trip tends to be pleasant, with a moderate experience. There are mild visual trips, moderate euphoria. Acute visuals are sometimes present at higher doses. A light sense of hallucinations, along with a warped feeling. Time and perception may “warp” on B+ cubensis and higher doses. B+ cubensis is a great variety for beginners at lower doses.