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African Pyramid Cubensis Mushrooms


African Kobe cubensis is a variation of its sibling strains the African Pyramid or African Transkei. This exotic dung-loving strain was the first of the magic mushrooms in wide circulation that originated from the African continent.

It inherits the common name of African Pyramid because its cap presents a triangular-shaped silhouette that sits on a solid stem, reminding the rooted compact stability of the Nubian pyramids.These pyramids,just like in Egypt, were built to serve as tombs for the kings, queens, and wealthy citizens.

With a dry desertic climate that was once humid and green, mushrooms that grow in Africa will mostly emerge from dung or rich soils. While the African continent is renowned for its variety of Panaeoli like Panaeolus african us , Pan. tropicalis , or Pan. cyan, it is also home to Psilocybes such as Psilocybe natalensis aka “Natal Super Strength” and Psilocybe mairei (suspected to be depicted in a 9,000 years old cave painting found in Algeria). .

The original specimen of the African Kobe cubensis magic mushroom was said to be collected in January 2002 in Transkei “the area beyond the river”, where it was flourishing in dung, in the shade of trees. Transkei is in the southeastern region of South Africa that is part of the Eastern Cape province. The area presents a mountainous terrain, filled with rivers and plains, along the breath-taking Indian ocean coast.

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