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PF Classic Professor Fanaticus Spores5.00 out of 5
The PF classic strain is named after Robert McPherson, aka Psilocybe Fanaticus who pioneered the PF Tek growing method.
Pink Buffalo Spores (Hairy Buffalo Spores)5.00 out of 5
This strain requires more light in nature than other specimens. They also thrive in a very humid climate, like that of Thailand.
Plantasia Mystery Spores5.00 out of 5
Colonization speed is average for a cubensis with average sized fruits. However, this one’s mystery is worth exploring.
Puerto Rican Spores5.00 out of 5
This cubensis is known for its potency and extremely rizomorphic mycelium. Aggressive colonizer, produces large fruits.
South Africa Transkei Spores5.00 out of 5
Originating from the continent of Africa, Psilocybe Cubensis Transkei (SATs) are especially known for their potent visuals.
StarGazer Spores5.00 out of 5
The Stargazer strain of Psilocybe cubensis is one of the oldest strains in circulation, and it has become very rare over time.
Treasure Coast Spores5.00 out of 5
Treasure Coast is known for large flushes and is a favorite among new mycologists because of contamination resistance.
White Morel Spores (Morchella)0 out of 5$14.95 Read more
Z-Strain Spores5.00 out of 5
Z Strain’s Rizomorphic mycelium aggressively colonizes the substrate, one of the fastest strains from inoculation to harvest.