Vietnamese Shrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis Vietnam) is an old school strain that dates back to when Psilocybe Cubensis was first found in Cuba (Earle, 1906). Narcisse Patouillard, a French Pharmacist and Mycologist, initially collected the Vietnamese strain in 1907 as Naematoloma Caerulescens (now synonymous with P. Cubensis). Tonkin (Hanoi), North Vietnam, was the site of the initial discovery.
Expect a very classic magic mushroom experience akin to Cuban and Golden Teachers, as this is a very old strain that has come to define what a Psilocybe Cubensis is in the present era. The spiritual and aesthetic impacts of these mushrooms are well-balanced. Vietnamese Mushrooms feature golden crowns and range in size from medium to giant.