B+ is a very-easy-to-cultivate strain. Ideal growing circumstances are best
if you want to create really large mushrooms, especially a substrate that is
rich of nutrients is important here. A really big caramel colored cap will be
formed then. But, these shrooms will also grow quite well under mediocre conditions.
When first introduced, many mycologists thought the B+ to actually be a completely
different species: Psilocybe azurescens. This happens to be the granddaddy of
all naturally occurring mushrooms from the Pacific Northwestern USA. Many of
these mycologists stuck to their claims because they felt this mushroom, the
"B+," was just as potent as any Psilocybe azurescens they had ever
found in the wild!
The B+ strain has since been correctly reclassified as Psilocybe cubensis.
Amongst psychonauts these shrooms generate almost always positive feedback.
Experienced shroomers consider the B+ strain a "stock" cubensis: one
that is great for all situations and occasions. They caution not to eat too
many until you have an idea how they effect your mind and bodily experience.