KHO SAMUI SUPER STRAIN
The Kho Samui Super Strain or KSSS is a very performative isolation of the beloved Psilocybe Samuiensis aka Allen strain magic mushroom. The original specimen was a sturdy Psilocybe cubensis found growing in water buffalo dung in rice paddies. The discovery was attributed to famous ethno-mycologist John Allen who collected the emblematic mushroom from the island of Kho Samui back in 1991.
Today, the various strains from Thailand bare so many different names which makes it confusing to follow. We suggest that the Kho Samui strain, also known originally as Psilocybe Samuiensis or the Allen Strain is also called the Thai strain, and perhaps even also, the Thai Elephant Dung strain.
Nonetheless, one thing is for sure, the KSSS is a descendant of the precious Kho Samui Allen strain, and is reported to be extremely potent, with consumers comparing its effects to the almighty Penis Envy strain. The Kho Samui Super Strain is also reputed to be more resistant to contamination than its ancestor, with larger flushes and bigger fruits.
A true mutant – designed to perform better, bigger, stronger, faster.
Thailand, “the land of smiles” has a long history with magic mushroom tourism. In the late 60s it was normal to have restaurants proposing P. subcubensis omelettes, shakes, and pizzas. Traditionally called by the Thai natives as “hed keequai” translating to “mushroom which appears after water buffalo defecates”, the foreign interest made it a common practice amongst the villagers and farmers to cultivate these appreciated psychoactive strains.
Today, the KSSS is a very popular choice amongst people attending the famous Koh Phangan full moon parties, where its energizing effects, give its consumers the vitality to last all night! Other very potent hybrid Thai strains include Thai Ban Huan. Whichever you choose, you must be ready to surrender to the powerful mystical powers of the mushroom that erupts from Ganesh’s dung.