The Thai magic mushroom is also known as Psilocybe Samuiensis Thailand. This strain has been found in Koh Samui, a beautiful and small island in the south of Thailand.
The caps of the Thai psilocybe Cubensis can be round to flat with a light yellow-brown to almost orange-brown color. The stem is usually thin and widens at the top. It is said that this strain was first named and brought to the west by ethno-mycologist John Allen 1991.
The most common environment where the Thai mushroom grows is rice paddies where water buffalo’s work the fields. We can say that the original Thai mushroom is a dung fungi as they grow feeding on water buffalo dung nutrients. Thai mushrooms are very resistant to contaminants and makes an excellent choice for beginners. Thanks to these capacities the strain has recently gained enormous popularity.