The B+ mushrooms are a domesticated hybrid mushrooms of unknown origin. Under a microscope, this strain closely resembles a P.cubensis but shares some characteristics resembling a P.azurescens.
It’s a unique P.cubensis strain and performs very well indoors making it a popular strain for home hobbyists. It tends to yield larger than average fruitbodies that range from moderate to potent for a P.cubensis strain.
The infamous B+ shrooms of cubensis… what a chameleon this one is. This is by far the most versatile cubensis around. Adapting and growing in such a wide range of temperature conditions and substrates in nature. It truly thrives to spread its seed, which by the way is a very heavy spore depositor. The B plus mushrooms have been witnessed growing outdoors in nature fruiting several times in a wide range of temps and substrates. Several times one winter, at night a time low of 45F, and a day high of 60F, the B+ just flourished. In spring/summer, low of 75F, and a high of 90F, the B plus mushroom once again fruited beautifully. We’ve heard so many good reports back from growers in Amsterdam who just love this mushroom and how easy it grows, and how beautiful it is, it is loved by many.
Although the B+ mushroom strain is not a super fast colonizer, its speed is average, producing some very large mushrooms that are generally a caramel color. When growing in nature in cooler temperatures, it usually always produces a very beautiful color caramel cap and stems. The stems are generally very thick, and it produces some large caps. It also drops a very thick veil. When growing in warmer temperatures, its color changes to a more golden color at times.
The B+ cubensis mushroom is still highly sought after due to the larger-than-average fruit sizes, some reportedly reaching up to 14 inches in length. When compared to other P. cubensis strains, the B+ cubensis is often considered a giant fruiter. Average fruit body heights reach six to eight inches with caps averaging one to three inches in diameter during later flushes. Very large fruits can be expected on more nutrient-rich substrates such as cased grains, manure, compost, and straw.
The B+ strain is a relatively fast colonizer that fruits very easily and produces some large fruits in abundance. A hardy forgiving strain makes this an excellent choice for beginners as it grows easily in a variety of conditions. Colonization temperatures are 84/86 degrees F. Fruiting temperatures of 74/78 degrees F. are optimal.
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The B plus magic mushrooms have the widest caps among the psilocybe cubensis family. They look like Golden Teachers
B plus magic mushrooms are one of the most commonly used shrooms among the first timers. The experience is pretty consistent and has the least surprises if the psychedelic protocols are honored. They provide one of the most vivid visuals and spiritual experiences.