albino avery mushrooms
Albino Avery Magic Mushrooms known as Albino A+,It’s typically cream-colored to white, sometimes with a bluish tint—when damaged, it bruises blue very obviously.
The spores are purple-black, and once they mature, they will cover the stem-ring and make it appear black.
Because these mushrooms have reduced pigmentation, not none at all, they are technically “leucistic,” not albinos.
That’s good news for growers, since real albino averys have colorless spores that are almost invisible and thus very hard to work with
There is also a more typically-pigmented strain called A+, the two are very similar and undoubtedly closely related.
Curiously, sources differ as to which is the parent strain, but logic suggests that the non-albino version came first either way AA+ is the more popular of the two.
Potency does vary between strains. Albino A+ is one of the more potent Psilocybe cubensis strains.
Albino Avery Mushroom is also known for having a particularly strong flavor that some users don’t like.
Effects of Albino Avery Magic Mushrooms
Eating Psilocybe cubensis results in changes in mood and thought-pattern and, at higher doses, hallucination.
Nausea is also common, unfortunately. Dangerous side-effects are rare but possible, and children are especially likely to have bad reactions from the avery albino mushroom strain
The high usually begins about half an hour after ingestion and lasts six to eight hours, though longer trips are possible.
Whether any of the above varies depending on strain is a matter of debate.
Some people say that “a cube is a cube,” while others insist e1ach strain is distinct.
Members of the latter group say that albino avery starts fast, is often funny, and causes hallucinations that make the world appear gelatinous.