Origin of Magic Shrooms Ban Hua Thai
This enthusiastic grower originates from a scenic fishing village called Ban Hua Thanon in Thailand. It was initially named exactly as the village but was later changed. The reasons remain unknown. In 1991, a well-known ethnomycologist known as John W. Allen introduced the western world to the magic shrooms.
The strain is loved in Thailand and is found in various Thai drug markets. It is prohibited by authorities, as it is part of the banned hallucinogenic drugs.
Effects of Magic Mushrooms Ban Hua Thai
Ban Hua Thai is a highly hallucinogenic strain. It has been part of The Thai culture for a while and has been used to initiate hallucinations. The trip from the shrooms will give you visual trips as you take a journey to the land of spirits and your forefathers.
Expect to have new philosophical thoughts while on the influence of this beautiful psychedelic mushroom. It is powerful and should be taken with caution. Novice users are advised to use low dosages and develop a tolerance towards the strain.
Contents of Mycelium Box Ban Hua Thai
Once you have ordered and received your shipment of the fresh mushroom growing kit, you will find the following on unboxing;
- A perlite layer to retain and drain water
- A colonised substrate layer
- A vermiculite layer as a casing
Growing Psilocybe Cubensis Ban Hua Thai
The first generation Ban Hua Thai strain was a wild plant fungus. It produced unpredictably and would have erratic yields. The current third-generation strain yields stable flushes, is quick and easy to grow and would prefer warmer temperatures. Given the following optimal conditions, the mycelium box will reward you hugely.
- Substrates like flour, dung and grains
- Colonisation time of 12 to 14 days
- Colonisation temperatures 28 to 30 degrees celsius
- Fruiting temperatures between 23 degrees Celsius and 26 degrees Celcius
When visiting Thailand, you will find local hotels selling these hallucinogenic magic mushrooms.