Spore syringes for Burma mushrooms
Order Burma mushroom spore syringes online from Psilocybin Circus. Burma mushrooms, another well-known strain of Psilocybe cubensis, are from the place of the same name – also known as Myanmar. The Burma Mushroom spore syringe is the perfect way to experience a true introduction to the concept of psilocybe microscopy. Made in a sterile environment and perfectly bred to produce the best spores possible, each syringe includes microscopic wonders that are perfect for new enthusiasts or for advanced researchers keen on completing their collection with the very best samples possible.
Legendary writer and mushroom aficionado John W. Allen was the first to identify this cultivar when given to him by a Burmese student on a trip to Myanmar several decades ago (the same region to provide us with KSSS and Pink Buffalo). As a result, all Burma cubensis mushrooms now available can be traced back to this single specimen.
Burma mushroom spores
Introducing our Burma mushroom spores, a highly sought after strain for microscopy research. These spores are perfect for those looking to study the unique characteristics of psilocybin mushrooms and gain a deeper understanding of their growth and development.
Our Burma spores are sourced from the highest quality specimens and are guaranteed to be viable for research purposes. They are sold in 47 states excluding California, Idaho and Georgia as per legal requirements.
These spores are perfect for those looking to study the unique characteristics of psilocybin mushrooms and gain a deeper understanding of their growth and development. They are easy to grow and highly resistant to contamination, making them a great choice for both experienced and novice researchers.
Order now and take the first step towards unlocking the secrets of these fascinating fungi. Please note that these spores are for microscopy research purposes only and should not be used for cultivation or consumption.
Burmas – Specifications
Burmas have a convex cap (plane when mature) that is 50mm or more in diameter with a golden brown/light yellow color and white edges; this strain can get taller than 150mm. The original Burma specimen originates in Yangoon, Burma, from a rice paddle outside the city.
How to store Burma spores?
Spore syringes should be stored in a dark, cool place away from sunlight. When storing spore prints, use a piece of foil as an ‘envelope’ doubled-up and folded at the edges. Adding this seal will help keep out mites who love snacking on spores. For added longevity, add oxygen and moisture-absorbing sachets.
Burma Mushroom Effects
It will be up to you to test different cubensis mushrooms and see if you notice a pattern of distinct effects for particular varieties. This is a hot topic in the mycology community, and the jury is out on whether or not a Psilocybe is a Psilocybe versus there being subtle objective differences.
Ingesting Burma mushrooms causes changes in thought-pattern, mood, and perception of reality. Some unwanted sensations, such as nausea, excessive yawning, and vomiting (with high doses), may also occur.
In addition, the psilocybin found in Burma ‘shrooms has therapeutic potential and is currently the focus of much scientific research for depression, anxiety, and PTSD. As a result, the scientific community is slowly chipping away at decades-old and outdated legislation surrounding psychedelics like psilocybin, LSD, and MDMA.
The visuals from a Burma mushroom trip have similarities to ayahuasca and 2C-E – less so to ones like LSD or 2C-B.
The visuals are bright, multicolored, abstract, organic feeling, intense, glossy with soft edges, large and slow, and smooth.
With higher amounts, visuals retain the lower-level effects but expand to include the experience of perceiving the architecture behind subconscious neurological processes (generally outside human understanding). These visuals are often interpreted to include concepts such as the structure of one’s neurology, perspectives, emotions, memories, and overall cognitive functions.
One may see the very nature of reality and human consciousness through their experience. Nuggets of knowledge are often felt and understood to be a profound unveiling of an unshakable truth at the time. Still, they are later found to be either indescribable or conversely nonsensical and delusional. However, genuine lessons or coherent messages are sometimes interpreted through these experiences.
People who experience this perceive it as the universe’s inner workings, reality, or consciousness. This information is seen through visual geometric data and is physically felt in an incomprehensible level of detail via complex cognitive and tactile sensations.
Burma Mushrooms vs. Cambodian Mushrooms
There’s a lot of debate regarding whether or not differences in strains means anything beyond the physical appearance of the fungi. These are the differentiators between strains that matter from a scientific perspective:
- Fruiting Body Size
- Gill Production
- Cap Color
- Flush Capacity
- Colonization Speed
- Contamination Resistance
All psychoactive Psilocybe strains contain a blend of active alkaloids like psilocybin, psilocin, baeocystin, aeurginascin, and others – although levels do vary.
Created exclusively for research and taxonomy purposes, these high-grade spores are perfect for early-stage researchers eager to see a different kind of psilocybe cubensis mushroom spore in great detail.
First documented in the 1900’s was mushroom strain Burma
Burma Mushrooms were first documented in the early 1900s by a mushroom researcher named Franklin Sumner Earle. However, it wasn’t until later that century that Burma Mushrooms became popular. In the latter half of the 1900s, these mushrooms piqued the interest of psychedelic researchers like John Allen, who considered the strain a personal favorite. Virtually every colony of Burma Shrooms on the market today can be traced back to the original sample Allen picked up in the city of Rangoon, Myanmar.
Once Allen made his way back West, the popularity of his new find began to spread. Renowned for their interesting looks, potent psilocybin content, and speedy proliferation, these mushrooms became an essential part of every collection—and have never dipped in popularity.
Taxonomy researchers familiar with strains with Pink Buffalo and KSSS will find many similarities between those varietals and the spores of Burma Mushrooms. All three are found in Southeast Asia, which explains some of their likenesses, but Burma Shrooms have distinctive looks and large flush sizes that set them apart from their closest relatives.