Avery’s Albino


White Albino Avery Magic Mushrooms *Super Rare*

The rare Albino Avery is a true albino strain coming from the Cambodian strain. As the name implies the bright white colour comes from the lack of pigmentation which results in Avery’s Albino’s distinct ghostly white colouration. It is a mutation that specifically affects A+ strains called ‘Leucism’

Michigan magic mushroom



Michigan magic mushroom is a rare strain of Psilocybe cubensis relatively new to the market. It’s believed to be an albino mutation of the Cambodian strain. Although it hasn’t been around long, Avery’s Albino is rising in popularity, especially in Canada.

Avery’s Albino mushrooms are unbelievably beautiful. They are true albino shrooms, unlike many other strains with the “albino” name tag. There’s not a spot of pigment on the fruiting bodies this strain produces, giving it excellent bag appeal.

Appearance isn’t the only thing Avery’s Albino shrooms have going for them. This strain is known for its mellow and highly creative high. In terms of potency, Avery’s Albino is about average for what you can expect from other cubensis mushrooms.

When it comes to cultivation, Avery’s Albino is fairly easy to grow with a bit of cultivation experience. It’s not the best beginner strain, but it will be a walk in the park for the intermediate grower with a few harvests under their belt.

Avery’s Albino Specs

Potency Average 🍄
Cultivation Intermediate
Species Psilocybe cubensis
Substrate Recommendation Rye Grain, Bird Seed, BRF, Coco Coir
Sold By Spores 101 (🇺🇸/🇨🇦), Miracle Farms (🇺🇸/🇨🇦), Sporeslab (🇨🇦), The Magic Mushrooms Shop (🇪🇺)

History of the Avery’s Albino Strain

There’s some confusion about where Avery’s Albino comes from and who created it. Some say it’s a true albino variety of the A-Strain (Albino A+ is just leucistic, not true albino). Others say it’s an albino isolation of the Cambodian strain.

The strain was allegedly created by Shroomery user “Albinous White” by cloning a Cambodian albino mutation over multiple generations until the new genetics were stable. Supposedly, he named it after his daughter, Avery.

Avery’s Albino shares some qualities with all the strains mentioned, so it’s hard to say which “theory” is correct. However, it definitely seems more likely that it’s an albino variation of the Cambodian strain because it shares more growth characteristics and looks uncannily similar.

Avery’s Albino Potency & Psilocybin Content

Avery’s Albino has average potency. The effects of these shrooms are mellow yet intense and highly creative. The body high is strong, and both closed- and open-eye visuals can be good with higher doses.

A couple of samples of Avery’s Albino were entered into the Psilocybin Cup, providing us with some pretty useful data on the exact psilocybin and psilocin levels it can produce.

So far, 9 samples have been submitted for testing. The average psilocybin and psilocin content of these samples was 0.58% and 0.04%, respectively, for a total average tryptamine concentration of 0.64%. The strongest sample was reported in the Spring of 2021 by Mike G. This sample contained 0.86% total tryptamines.

These figures aren’t fantastic considering that other samples tested closer to 2% — but they’re relatively good for a typical Psilocybe cubensis strain and put Avery’s Albino on the same level as strains such as Golden Teachttps her, Koh Samui, and A+ Strain.


14 Grams, HP, OZ, P, QP


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