I've only ever experienced or cultivated P. Cubensis, but I love how remarkably easy it is to grow more than enough for private personal use.
The first cubensis variety ("strain") I grew was B+, so I'm pretty partial to it. I also had some great success with P. Hawaiians and I'd like to try growing those again soon. The way the P. Hawaiians grew in little clusters was very different from my experiences with how B+ likes to form for the most part. The P. Hawaiians clusters were so beautiful. Shame I didn't snap any photos.
I understand that every variety/subtype of cubensis can have its own unique characteristics, especially how they end up looking visually. It'll be interesting to try a few more types one day.
I also must add, lsd does not work on me. Tried a bunch of times with little to no effect, which made me sad.
True lsd25 is quite rare these days. Plus if one is on an SSRI or similar, it can greatly affect any psychedelics' efficacy.
I have an interesting personal anecdotal experience about being on an atypical antipsychotic and tripping on LSD and mushrooms. The atypical antipsychotic prescribed along with a mood stabilizer has never, ever impacted my ability to fully experience either LSD or mushrooms.
The last time I experienced LSD was in summer of 2009, though. From what I understand not long after that by a few years suddenly there were other compounds that could fit on a blotter and were passed off as LSD. There are many, many more new compounds that can fit on a blotter, some of them lysergimides.
I'm just happy that my medications don't impact by ability to have an occasional mushroom experience.
I'm sure with SSRI medications it'd be much different. I keep seeing people online in different places saying how if you're on an antipsychotic like Seroquel, of which I take 600mg each night (Yes, a lot of Seroquel), you won't be able to trip.
I suppose that the way these medications affects each individual can be very different.
Edited by niemandgeist, 22 November 2017 - 10:14 PM.