DISCRIPTION ON THE ThaiPink Buffalo Mushroom Spores
ThaiPink Buffalo Mushroom Spores, also known as Hairy Buffalo mushrooms and Thai Pink Buffalo mushrooms, are a strain of psilocybe cubensis mushrooms.
It’s regarded as a strain with a high level of activity. In comparison to most other mushroom spore strains, it is extremely rhizomorphic and colonizes quickly. This is an absolute must-have for all levels of amateur researchers. For more similar products visit SHOP
THE DISCOVERY OF THE PINK BUFFALO MUSHROOM
Current mycologists believe it can also be found in Thai rice paddies where water buffalo graze. There’s a bit of Thai mythology that says seeing pink buffalo shrooms blooming in the wild is also good luck.
Pink Buffalo is an excellent strain to begin studying if you’re interested in researching Asian cubensis mushroom spore strains,
but one should definitely have some expertise as a microscopist first. This mushroom spore strain is particularly unique and exquisite in maturity and under the microscope. Its caps range in size from big to extremely large, measuring between 25 and 75 mm in diameter. Colors range from reddish brown to cinnamon brown to a light cream, with a prominent nipple in the middle. The surface of the cap can also become viscid, giving it a more gelatinous feel than other mushrooms. Its stems range in color from pale cream to yellow and are rather long, measuring between 125 and 200 mm in length. When the stems are injured, they become a deep blue color. Its gills have been seen to change color from gray to black.
WHAT YOU’LL GET WITH YOUR PINK BUFFALO MUSHROOM KIT
Our spore research kit includes a 10mL syringe containing your selected strain in our sterile research solution and includes a sterile 18 gauge needle.
Pink Buffalo is another strain discovered in 1990 by the famous John Allen, aka Mushroom John, on one of his many forays to Thailand. Speaking years later, John says he discovered the Psilocybe cubensis strain in a rice paddy where a single Pink Buffalo was grazing.
The Pink Buffalo strain yields large capped mushrooms, and their caps stay darker than most. It is considered a highly active strain, showing both rhizomorphic and fast colonising traits.