Burma mushrooms are a well-known type of magic mushroom; probably at least in part because they’re easy to grow—there are a great many distinct strains, each with its own reputation and its own creative-sounding name. One of these Psilocybe cubensis strains is Burma mushrooms. These magic mushrooms are known for their potency and their fast, aggressive growth. The name reflects that fact that the strain was originally collected in the country of Burma.
Psilocybe cubensis is a variable species, so many strains are simply wild variations that have been bred for consistent performance.
The secret power of the Burma Mushroom lies in its natural substance-psilocybin. Burma mushrooms, when taken, has a relatively safe and positive effect on someone’s mood. Although there are many different strains of this mushroom with varying dosages, they share one similarity: they produce psychological changes in their users. Whether these changes vary qualitatively or quantitatively is unclear; it depends on many factors-biochemistry and even the current mood of the user.
There are people who really like Burmese mushrooms, though. Here are two cautions before we get too far into this article:
First, Psilocybin is only relatively safe. It’s not risk-free, and bad results are possible. By learning and following certain safety procedures, the chance of a good experience can be maximized.