Cambodian cubes are a strain of magic mushrooms initially isolated from a wild one in Cambodia sometime in the early 90s.

This strain is considered one of the most robust and disease-resistant, even if the growing conditions are underoptimized. Some strains are more susceptible to contamination than others, which can be the bane for new and experienced mushroom growers. Sometimes no matter how much care and attention you place while inoculating your spawn jars, you’ll still encounter contamination problems before you get a chance to collect on the fruits of your labor.

The resilience of this strain makes them a great candidate for beginners but is also an excellent option for more experienced growers.

The Cambodian strain falls a bit short on potency, however. The average tryptamine levels of this strain are below 0.6%.

The original sample for this strain was found near the ancient temple of Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious temples ever discovered. It’s believed that the ancestor strains of the Cambodian strain may have been eaten by religious leaders who were active in the temple after it was constructed in the 1100s.