The MVP strain of psilocybin cubensis, often known as the Most Valuable Producer, is a variety of psilocybin cubensis mushroom. This is a highly rare form of magic mushroom spore that is popular among many different researchers and mycologists for the purpose of study and mycology research. The mushroom spores of this variety of magical mushroom are fascinating to examine under a microscope, but they may be too complicated for inexperienced researchers. If you’re a beginner, we recommend looking into other, more basic types of psychedelic mushroom spores before studying the Most Valuable Producer.
The moniker “Most Valuable Producer” comes from the mushroom strain’s extraordinary capacity to produce swiftly and abundantly. This mushroom has a white, thick stem with yellowish beige caps. A lot of the time the MVP mushroom will have wavy edge caps that resemble bottle caps. Younger mushrooms will have brown crowns that are substantially darker than older mushrooms. The MVP mushroom has a similar appearance to Penis Envy mushroom strains and is occasionally compared to raw ravioli. The spores of this strain are dazzling and truly entertaining to view with a microscope.
The history of the Most Valuable Producer is quite mysterious, though most origins behind popular magic mushroom strains are quite mysterious. The MVP strain is a newer hybrid strain of magic mushroom spores that is an isolation of a mix between the original True Albino Teacher (or TAT) and Melmac hallucinogenic mushroom strains. A mycology researcher or scientist is quite likely to have “created” the Most Valued Producer hybrid strain within the previous decade.
The psychoactive impact of the Most Valuable Producer mushroom spores is mild. The strength of the Most Valuable Producer psilocybin spores strain is believed to be in the center. These spores are also renowned for producing a lot of material and are fascinating to look at under a microscope.
Our mushroom spores kit includes 10ml of premium MVP (Most Valuable Producer) Mushroom spore research solution in a sterile syringe with a sterile needle included.
Note: At Shaman Mushroom Spores, we understand the growing interest in magic mushrooms. However, the psilocybin mushroom spores and psilocybe cubensis spores we sell on our platform are designed for scientific study and hobbyist research. It is not legal to cultivate magic mushrooms in the United States under federal law.