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Jack Frost Mushroom (JF) is a ghostly-white albino strain of Psilocybe cubensis. That seems to have it all — looks, potency, and contamination resistance.

This strain gets its name from the aesthetics of the fruiting bodies it produces. Magic mushroom jack frost produces flat caps. That curl upwards as they begin to drop a blanket of fine white spores. They look as though they’ve been covered in a dusting of fresh snow.

The gills take on a bluish hue, which is a clear indication these shrooms contain a lot of psilocybin (although recent testing data suggests it’s about average).

The fruiting bodies are medium in size. With dense stems and relatively heavy caps.

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Once dried, Jack Frost mushrooms retain their ghostly white appearance for the most part. However, you may observe areas that take on a light to dark-blue coloration. Due to bruising that occurs during the harvest, drying, and storage process. If you handle them carefully, it’s possible to end up with milky-white mushrooms as the final product.

This is a truly stunning albino strain. That’s relatively easy to grow while capable of producing decent potency if conditions are just right.

Although this mushroom is relatively rare and uncommon, the two “mother strains” — True Albino Teacher and Albino Penis Envy — are celebrity strains in their own right.

Jack Frost Mushroom Strain Specs

Potency Average 🍄
Cultivation Beginner to Intermediate
Species Psilocybe cubensis
Substrate Recommendation Rye Grain
Cost $$
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History of the Jack Frost Strain Mushroom

The Jack Frost strain mushrooms is relatively new to the magic mushroom scene. Nobody knows who first cultivated it, but rumor has it that a person known only as Wombat. Created the strain sometime around 2018.

Wombat is a frequent user on Shroomery — an online magic mushroom forum. He was one of the few people to isolate the True Albino Teacher genetics and documented it online in this space. For this reason, many believe he was the original creator of the Jack Frost strain mushroom.

Unfortunately, this is purely speculation, and as with many of these sacred mushroom strains, the history is extremely blurry. Although we’re not 100% sure where this strain originated, we’re thankful that this intriguing variety exists.

We do know that it was cultivated from Albino Penis Envy and True Albino Teacher. Apart from this, we, unfortunately, don’t have much more information about the history of Jack Frost.

Regardless of the lack of history, this is still an extremely interesting mushroom to cultivate. If you don’t care too much about origins and want to grow a completely unique albino mushroom with decent potency, don’t disregard jack frost magic mushrooms. This is a promising strain we’ll likely start hearing about more and more as time goes on.

Jack Frost Mushroom Potency & Psilocybin Content

This jack frost mushroom strain has been entered into the Psilocybin Cup two times so far — both tests suggesting about average potency. Between the two samples, the average psilocybin and psilocin were 0.72% and 0.03%, respectively for a total tryptamine content of 0.83% (the high end of average).

The strongest submission was entered by Bodega Bay Boomers — this sample had 1.00% total tryptamines which we consider slightly above average.

Jack Frost Mushroom Effects

Users who have taken this strain report strong visuals, mild euphoria, and time dilation after consuming average doses of these mushrooms.

Despite average potency, many psychonauts compare these shrooms to the likes of Penis Envy and Tidal Wave — two of the strongest Psilocybe cubensis strains cultivated to date. It’s very likely this mushroom is capable of much higher potency when grown under optimal conditions.

This makes sense when you look at Jack Frost’s parent strains:

  1. Albino Penis Envy (APE) is world-renowned for its incredible potency. The averages for this strain are 0.93% psilocybin, 0.14% psilocin, and 1.10% total tryptamines (above-average).
  2. True Albino Teacher (TAT) also has a long-standing history, but for different reasons. TAT is famed for being one of the easiest albino strains for beginner growers. The potency of this strain is 0.81% psilocybin, 0.06% psilocin, and 0.87% total tryptamines.

One Albino Penis Envy sample grown by the cultivator “Dr. Greythumb” had a staggering tryptamine content of 2.34% — nearly three times as strong as the average Golden Teacher sample.

Although we can’t say that the Jack Frost strain can produce the same levels of psilocybin as Albino Penis Envy, it makes up 50% of its genetics. From first-hand trip reports and APE stats, we can assume that Jack Frost may easily produce tryptamine levels upwards of 1% when grown in favorable conditions.

Growing Jack Frost Mushrooms

The Jack Frost strain mushrooms can be grown similarly to any other Psilocybe cubensis mushroom. This strain is relatively contamination-resistant and does not need a highly optimized growing environment to produce good yields — they aren’t too picky.

However, it’s recommended to incorporate a heat mat while growing Jack Frost to ensure a stable temperature. This strain appears to be more sensitive than usual to low temperatures.

Jack frost magic mushrooms and many other magic mushroom strains fruit best at temperatures between 74℉ to 77℉ (23℃ to 25℃). This strain can withstand temperature fluctuations in the fruiting environment, but if you want to see the best results and faster harvests, aim to keep the temperature within this range.

You should expect three to five healthy flushes from Jack Frost before the colony succumbs to mold.

We wouldn’t recommend Jack Frost to those looking for their first mushroom to cultivate. However, if you’re someone with a few grows under your belt, you shouldn’t struggle too much to produce good results from Jack Frost spores.

When growing this strain, it’s important to keep everything as sterile as possible throughout the entire cultivation process. If you’re still unsure of how to do this and lack experience, have a read through our mushroom cultivation guide to brush up on your mushroom growing knowledge.

When it comes to the growing medium, Jack Frost isn’t particularly fussy. Several growers have had success with various mediums, from BRF cakes, flax seed, coco fiber & vermiculite, and pasteurized manure. However, most cultivators report the best results from a growing medium consisting of rye grain.

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