The history of the Vietnamese Cubensis magic mushroom
Vietnamese Cubensis cubensis was first found from a specimen collected in Cuba in 1904 as Stropharia cubensis (Earle 1906). At the same time, Patouillard (1907) collected Naematoloma Caerulescens in Tonkin (Hanoi), North Vietnam.
Introduction to the Vietnamese Cubensis
Psilocybe cubensis is a species of psychedelic mushroom whose principal active compounds are psilocybin & psilocin which make it belong to the Hymenogastraceae family of fungi. It is a well-known psilocybin mushroom due to its wide distribution & ease of cultivation.
While some mushroom strains can’t thrive in homegrown settings without painstaking measures to accurately recreate their natural conditions; on the other hand, Vietnamese cubensis can grow very well even in suboptimal conditions that are common with amateur growing setups. They are also robust against changing conditions, while more sensitive strains might be damaged by a slight fluctuation in some environments.
Vietnamese Cubensis trips can often be revelatory, or at least insightful. These mushrooms impart powerful lessons that remain even after the experience. Just like most other psilocybin mushrooms, the dosage would start at around two grams dried.
The typical dose for most magic mushrooms is between 1 & 2.5 grams of dried shrooms, depending on your tolerance. You should always start off with a lower dosage and work your way up.