Yes! For amateur microscopists looking for a thematic, exotic experience perfect for those summer night study sessions, the Fiji Island strain of Psilocybe cubensis brings everything you imagine to the table and more.
If you were to take a trip to the Fiji Islands and found these cubensis growing in the wild somewhere out in the grasslands of the South Pacific Islands, you would find that they have large fruiting bodies, a remarkably strong resistance to contamination, and a rapid rate of colonization. They’re even more stunning to see under the microscope in their formative spore stage.
Amateur microscopists have come to love B+ over the years because it’s so easy to study. But what if there was a strain that was just as easy to place under the microscope, but offered what many believe to be a superior learning experience?
That’s where this beautiful spore strain comes in—Fiji Island spores are robust, contaminant-resistant, and look fantastic under the microscope. Perfect for your taxonomy needs, mycologists would tell you that in the wild these spores would eventually mature into specimens with medium-sized fruiting bodies, golden brown caps, and sturdy, elegant stems. Imagining them colonizing a section of a vacation-ready island in the South Pacific is a fine way to enhance any student’s excitement to learn.