Red Caps, Acadian Strain, Acadian Coast Psilocybe

Acadian Coast Cubensis is a magic mushroom said to be affiliated with a relatively rare Psilocybe cubensis that grows naturally on the Acadian east coast of North America.

Located between Newfoundland to southern Louisiana, the Acadian Coast is used by historians to refer to the section of Louisiana, along the Mississippi river, that was settled by exiled Acadians in 1764.

The Acadian Coast cubensis is a Psilocybe with a distinctive vibrant orangish red cap and a sturdy stature that resembles its P. cubensis parent. It is known to be an aggressive colonizer and a generous fruiter with an extremely rhizomorphic mycelium. Its ease of growth and resistant nature makes it a great candidate for beginner growers.

Like other psychoactive mushrooms of its genus, the Acadian Coast cubensis is believed to be a smooth operator nurturing enhanced senses upon consumption. Rarely found in the wild, its in-vitro grown version is just as appreciated. If you are looking for similar warm trippy vibes, have a look at Argentina Strain and Psilocybe Allenii.

Surely, the Acadian Coast cubensis is as generous as its flushes and as vibrant as its red cap when it comes to altering our minds.

Visual Description

• Cap: conical, soon broadening, becoming almost plane in age. Coloration is orangish brown to reddish brown, usually darker at apex disk area and lighter at margin. Often with a pronounced umbo. • Gills: adnate to adnexed, • Stem:moderately thick, whitish coloration. With a distinct ring.


Moderate: 0.25%- 0.75%

Habitat Origin

Acadian east coast of North America, from Newfoundland to southern Louisiana.


Said to offer bodily vibration, increased perception, and visual stimulation.