Looking for Burma Mushroom Spores? You're right where you need to be. Our Burma (Psilocybe Cubensis) spores are genetically tested, vigorous, & assembled in an ISO-7 clean room so that you don't run into any issues.

Skill Level Beginner
Species Psilocybe cubensis
Spore Color Purple / Brown
Speed Moderate to fast

Kit Contents

  • 10CC Psilocybe cubensis spore solution in luer-lok syringe
  • 1 x sterile 18ga blunt tipped needle
  • Spores are highly concentrated and must be shaken up into the solution before use.

Strain Origin

This variety was first collected in the beautiful Southeast Asian country now known as Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). It was found growing on water buffalo dung outside the city of Yangon (formally Rangoon). Funny enough, the student who discovered it was a young mycologist from Thailand, not Myanmar.


The Burma strain is considered to be a relatively easy cultivar to work with & study. For comparison, it is on a similar level to Mazatapec, Golden Teacher, or Albino A+.

Spore Features

Spores are dark purple to brownish, sub-ellipsoid on 4-spored basidia. Furthermore, the spores do prove that Albino A+ is leucistic, as true albino mushrooms lack pigmentation throughout the entire mushroom including the spores. The Albino A+ strain is a heavy spore producer, perfect for research.


Burma spores are actually quite rare in the grand scheme of things. Given their remote origin, it is often tricky to find Burma spores with authentic, proven genetics. Many vendors will provide mixed bags, unviable spores, or a totally different species thinking they can get away with it. We've been supplying spores since 2008 and have a team of mycologists ensuring every single batch.

Cultural Significance 

Interestingly, this P. Cubensis strain from Myanmar, discovered by a Thai man, has grown its primary cultural roots here in the USA. Almost as a reflection of America's diversity & immigrant history, this mushroom found a home in the underground mycology community and has claimed its new identity on American soil. Today, almost 93% of the world's Burma spores are distributed here, and that number is climbing! However, that is not to say that the people of Myanmar do not enjoy this mushroom. Rather, they just consider it a common local mushroom in contrast to the "Burma Strain" name it was given here. Branding & commercialization is also a reflection of its newfound home in the USA, a force driving this unique strain into the mainstream.


We offer mushroom spores intended for microscopy and taxonomy purposes only. Images provided are for informational and educational reference only and originate from cultivators and labs outside of the USA. Buying magic mushroom spores is legal in the United States. However, cultivation of magic mushrooms, which includes all psilocybin and psilocin containing mushroom species, is illegal in many countries, including the United States. Please check your local regulations.


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