Albino A Plus Strain

Albino A+ Strain

(P. Cubensis)

Albino A+ is a genetically distinct descendant of the A+ strain that was bred for its pale white colour.

It produces large fruiting bodies, similar to its parent A+, with a distinctly pallid pileus (cap), nearly all white, typically darker towards the middle, and a central umbo (bump) Frequently, the stipe (stalk/stem) is long, slender, and curving.

 

The spores are purple-black in colour, making it technically “leucystic” rather than albino (true albino has white spores) Cultivators prefer Albino A+ because of its distinct coloration and prolific fruit body growth.

 

It has similar effects to A+, including euphoria, quiet reflection, bodily sensation, and visual stimulation.