The Thai Ancient Fruit
The genus name Psilocybe refers to the Greek word ψιλος (pílos), meaning’shallow’ or ‘narrow’, referring to the shape of the cap; while the species name cubensis refers to the Latin word for ‘cuban’. These terms refer to the fact that the caps of many members of the genus Psilocybe tend to have a shallow depression in the center, resembling the face of a young child. In addition, some members of the genus can be found in Cuba. The specific epithet cubensis refers to the island where the mushroom was originally collected.
pink buffalo mushrooms are one of the most potent Psilocybe cubensis species, which are popularly know as Thai Pink Buffalo. This strain originated in Thailand on an island( KOH SAMUI) in the late 1990s and became famous worldwide due to its unique coloration , on the excrement’s of buffalo’s thus the street name Thai Buffalo Mushrooms. it has also been found to grow naturally North America, Central America, or South America. little is known about this very potent and mind blowing magic mushroom. research are being carried out on the mushroom ( pink buffalo mushrooms) but from my experience i would rate it amongst the most potent psychedelic mushrooms available on the market . they mostly grow humid climates, in open air and require more light to grow than many other mushrooms.
The kingdom Fungi is divided into four divisions: Ascomycota, Zygomycota, Chytridiomycota and Blastocladiomycota. The division Ascomycota contains about 75% of all known fungi species. Within the Ascomycota we find the division Dikarya, which includes mushrooms like the Pink Buffalo mushroom. In the division Dikarya there are three classes: Pezizales, Sordariomycetes and Eurotiomycetes. The class Pezizales contains the family Hymenogastracea, where the genus Hymenogaster belongs.
How Pink Buffalo mushroom was found according by John Allen story
The real name of the legendary “Pink Buffalo” strain is “John Allen Story.” This is how Mushroom John described his discovery:
«It was the late 1990’s.
During one of my expeditions in Thailand, Cambodia and Burma, my colleague and I were driving along a road near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We stopped there because we had heard about some good mushrooms. There was also a road with gigantic elephant statues. To the right of the road, there were two rice fields where alone pink buffalo was feeding. The area was fenced with barbed wire and it was strange.»
Thai Pink Buffalo Cubensis is Great for Microscopists
Pink Buffalo is one of the most popular strains of Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms in the world. . Like many other species of Psilocybe, the fruiting body of Pink Buffalo varies in size and shape depending on environmental conditions. In general, however, Pink Buffalo produces small to medium sized fruitbodies approximately 2 inches tall and up to 3 inches wide. These mushrooms are typically dark brownish red to reddish brown, although some specimens exhibit pink hues. Pink Buffalo mushroom grows well indoors under artificial lighting.
If you’re interested in studying an Asian psilocybin spore strain, Pink Buffalo shrooms is a good place to start. however you should probably have a bit of experience as an amateur microscopist first. We recommend starting out with a basic microscope kit such as a compound light source, simple optics, and a few different types of slide mounts. If you already have a microscope, you’ll find that our Pink Buffalo spores are easy to identify because of their distinctive coloration. The spores themselves are about 4 microns long, making them easier to see than those produced by other species of Psilocybin.
high quality magic mushrooms
Our Pink Buffalo spore strain also originates from a location known for producing high quality magic mushrooms. It’s no surprise that the Thai government has classified this region as “an important area for research into psychoactive fungi.” Many people believe that this is where the true origins of Pink Buffalo lie, since there are reports of similar strains being found growing wild in Southeast Asia.
Where Do We Source Our Spores From
We source only the finest spores directly from producers in the Netherlands and Austria. In both countries, it is legal to grow magic mushrooms under controlled conditions. As long as you follow certain guidelines, there are no restrictions on how many plants you can grow.
Our suppliers use professional equipment to produce the best possible spores. They harvest the mushrooms from the fruiting bodies, wash them thoroughly, dry them, and sterilize them. All of this is done in a clean air laboratory environment, fully kitted out with 99.99% effective HEPA filters.
The spores are suspended in sterile, distilled water and placed into sterile, disposable syringes. Once complete, each batch of spores is stored in a freezer until needed.
How To Use Pink Buffalo Spores
Spores are fascinating biological structures found everywhere from dirt to flowers. They come in many shapes and sizes, some of which are even edible. Here’s how you can use pink buffalo spores to make your own magical potions.
First, find a glass vial that fits inside your microscope. If you don’t already have one, buy yourself a microscope. It’ll help you better understand what you’re looking at.
Next, add about 5 milliliters of water into the vial. Then place a drop of your chosen liquid reagent onto the surface of the water.
Now it’s time to put in your spore samples. Start off with 10 drops of each sample and slowly work up to 20 drops.
Finally, gently swirl the contents of the vial. This helps mix everything together evenly.
Once the mixture looks good, it’s time for observation. Take a close look at the spores under the microscope. Do you notice anything unusual?
If yes, try repeating the process again with different liquids. Did you notice any differences? Let us know in the comments section below.
For long-term storage, you can use spore syringes. These are very useful for storing seeds and spores. You can buy them online or in stores like Walmart and Amazon. If you don’t want to store them yourself, there are many companies that sell them pre-filled with specific species’ spores.
You can also store them in a refrigerator at about 2-8 ℉. This will help preserve them longer. However, it won’t prevent them from drying out. To do this, you’ll need to add some water every few months.
What You’ll Get with Your Pink Buffalo Mushroom Kit
Our spore research kits include everything you need to start growing mushrooms indoors. This includes a 10 mL syringe filled with your selected strain in our sterilized research solution. This kit also contains a sterile 18 gauge needle, a dropper bottle, and a plastic bag.
Each spore syringe sold should be stored in the refrigerator immediately after use and can be kept for up to one year. We offer this product because we believe that everyone deserves access to the fungal kingdom.
However, it is important to note that it is illegal to sell or distribute psilocybin or Psilocybe spores in the United States. It is also against federal law to possess or cultivate magic mushroom spores without prior authorization.
Psychedelic mushroom spores are only intended for scientific study and cannot be distributed for commercial purposes.
Popular Strains of Psilocybe cubensis
Mushroom identification and taxonomy have always been difficult tasks. There are over 200 different species and subspecies of psilocybin mushrooms, and the distinctions become even more complex when we consider strains and cultivars. While many people tend to think of mushroom cultivation as a hobby, it actually involves quite a lot of science and technology.
As mentioned above, there are hundreds of different strains of P. cubensis. These strains belong to the same genus, but they can feature different physical properties, growing conditions, and potencies. Some of them were cultivated by underground breeders within recent decades. Others have adapted to growing in certain regions over time and may display unique traits that help them thrive in their respective environments.
While some of the most popular strains of P. cubensisspecies include P. caesarea, P. cyanescens, P. semilanceata, P. subcaesia, and P. tampanensis, others such as P. aztecorum, P. baeomyces, P. cerulea, P. cyrtophila, P. echinoidea, P. fimetaria, P. fuliginosa, P. gracilis, P. jalapensis, P. mairei, P. nidulans, P. ovoides, P. quercus, P. rhodoxanthus, P. sicula, P. subcaespitosiuscula, P. subfimetaria, and P. tephroderma exist. some are very medicinal and would greatly help people in need if more research was carried out on them.
Does cattle eat Pink buffalo
Cattle are one of the few animals known to consume psilocybin mushrooms. They do so because they eat grass containing mycelium of the mushroom, which contains low levels of psilocybin. Ingestion of the mushroom causes cows to become lethargic, fall asleep, and lose weight; however, it does not cause hallucinations.
The relationship between cattle and psilocybin mushrooms goes beyond consumption. When cattle ingest the mushroom, they produce milk that contains small amounts of psilocin and psilocybin. This makes the milk taste bitter, and therefore unpalatable to humans. However, there is evidence that suggests that some people may find the bitterness enjoyable.
In addition to consuming the mushroom, cows are able to detect psilocybin in soil and manure. Soil samples collected near where cows had been grazing contained detectable levels of psilocybin alkaloids, while manure samples did not contain detectable levels.