Frequently Asked Questions
All of our Cambodian Cubensis magic mushrooms are grown right here, under the watchful eye of professional mushroom cultivators. They are never picked in the wild. All of our mushrooms are carefully selected strains and varieties grown in controlled conditions.
Cambodian Cubensis magic mushrooms are Psilocybe cubensis.
Most of the species we carry are Psilocybe cubensis. But each variety looks a little different and has slightly different growing conditions. Some people say “all cubes are cubes” (all cubensis are cubensis), but we think Cambodian Cubensis are a mid-strength variety of cubensis species. Not too strong - not too gentle. Cambodian Cubensis are perfect for the beginner magic mushroom user looking to jump in the deep end!
On a typical dose of magic mushrooms (about 1g or above), people report strong visual disturbances such as moving lights, patterns, shapes and breathing sensations. People also report feeling a strong connection to nature and themselves. Cambodian Cubensis seem to be a good strain for self-investigation and reflection, transformational journeys, and inner wanderings. Cambodian Cubensis is a good strain for taking alone or with friends. On higher doses, ego dissolution has been reported.
Yes - you can use any variety of our bulk mushrooms for microdosing. However, you will need precision scales to measure out precise, minute doses. A microdose can start as low as 0.025g and be as much as 0.1g. For more information on microdosing, check out our ultimate guide to magic mushroom microdosing: mysupplyco.com/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-magic-mushroom-microdosing.
The best way to store your magic mushrooms is to put them in a tightly sealed mason jar with a food-grade silica pack. This keeps your shrooms dry and away from any bacteria or fungus. Then, store the jar in a dark cupboard. They’ll stay good this way for up to 1 year before they start to lose potency.
There’s still no completely solid evidence that magic mushrooms can be used to treat medical conditions. However, there is ongoing research into if and how magic mushrooms might be able to treat depression, anxiety, traumatic brain diseases, and PTSD. If you are looking to use magic mushrooms as alternative therapy, you should consult your physician for the best possible course of action.