Pre-Sterilized Orissa India Cubensis Spore Syringe for Microscopy
Discovery of Orissa India, a landrace variety of Psilocybe cubensis, was attributed to mycologist John Allen, who reportedly first found it growing in dung near the border of Orissa, India. Various isolations from albinos to squats have been produced from Orissa India because, being a landrace, this variety still contains many traits that to be isolated by a skilled mycologist. This variety reportedly grows in large clusters when grown from spores and can generate thick and sturdy stems with huge caps that range in color from light to dark brown with a distinct nipple-like protrusion in the center. Orissa India can be slower than other Psilocybe cubensis varieties, but being a landrace means it has tons of potential.