Thai Koh Samui Super Strain
Thai Koh Samui Super Strain: Originally known as Koh Samui Super Strain (which we renamed because it sounds better and is easier to say), Thai 2 is an improved isolate of the strain known as Koh Samui. The differences between the old and the new and improved strain are astronomical. The original strain produced very short and fat “mutant” like mushrooms, where Thai 2 produces very large mushrooms, and abundant flushes, in the wild. This strain has been rated as being a great all around strain for high potency, yield, and it’s ability to produce thick, dark spore prints. Simply put, Thai 2 is a very good choice for a beginner at microscopy that is looking for an easy, and reliable strain to stock in their collection.
It has been observed that Thai 2 is an aggressive colonizer of substrates, that ravenously devours anything that it is put in, as well as being highly contaminant resistant, or at least fewer issues with contaminants, probably due to it’s quick colonization times. From start to finish this strain is faster than most.
The Koh Samui magic mushroom strain was first found by mycologist John Allen, on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand. Allen then proceeded to isolate and refine the genetic for several years, creating the Koh Samui Super Strain.
Koh Samui is consistently well reviewed on multiple forums (like Erowid and Shroomery) in terms of both cultivation and usage. Effects include visual and bodily stimluation, feelings of euphoria and connection to those around you, and periods of deep philosophical thought.
Their physical characteristics exemplify why this strain is called “super strain”. Thick, dense, and long white stalks, and beautiful golden to light yellow caps. KSSS often display a distinctly lighter coloration than other cubensis strains from the same geographic area. This strain is moderate potency, however has above average yield, resistance to contamination, and colonization speed.