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Our magic mushroom spores
Our spore syringes are produce in-house by Viking Spores. Under lab grade sterile conditions. Sourcing only the highest quality of spores from countries where It is legal to grow them. They are best kept in the dark and refrigerated (2-8C) to increase the shelf life of the spores. A normal household fridge is fine for this
Can i use these spores to grow mushrooms in the Au?
Growing magic mushrooms is illegal In the au. We sell them to legal microscopy and to preserve the incredible genetics. In case the law ever changes of growing.
What comes with the spore syringe?
Spore Syringe with 10ml of spore solution (of your chosen genetics)
Alcohol sterile wipes to clean syringe needle
Sterile needle 23g 1 1/2″
How prepare your spore syringe for microscopy
Our spore syringes are seale with a twist lock cap, this is to prevent any entry of bacteria or mould. Before extracting any spores you should shake the spore syringe. To spread the spores throughout the syringe. Untwist the cap and place your needle on by screwing into where the cap was.
How to study spores and research using a microscope
Looking at the syringes you’ll see little black specks of spores floating in the liquid. The true beauty of our spore solutions become plain when looked at at magnification. Peering into the¬†fascinating world of mushroom spores.
Prepare the microscope slide add a drop or so of some mushroom spore solution on it. And then cover the specimen with a microscope covering glass. Psilocybin cubensis spores are best looked at under 1000x.
Can you reuse the syringe?
Yes! by heating the needle with a lighter for at least 10 seconds to sterilise. And placing the plastic cap back on the needle you can store for later microscopy!
How to store panaeolus cyanescens spores au
Syringes are best kept at 2C & 8C or 35F & 46F
Frequent in southern Britain and spreading northwards. Psilocybe cyanescens is an introduced species from North America. But, the type specimen was describe from woodchip mulch beds at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, in London au. This species is now also recorded in many parts of western. And central mainland Europe as well as in Australia.
Etymology of panaeolus cyanescens spores au
Psilocybe, the genus name, means ‘smooth head’. A reference to the mooth, scaleless surface of caps of these grassland mushrooms. The specific epitet cyanescens means ‘turning blue’.
Psychoactive alkaloid content of panaeolus cyanescens spores au
This species contains the compounds psilocybin, psilocin, and baeocystin. Because these substances, which occur in Magic Mushrooms and some related fungi. Cause alarming symptoms including vomiting, stomach pains and anxiety attacks. some authorities tell that the Blueleg Brownie should be treated as poisonous.
It is our understanding that it is illegal to own or to sell psilocybin in the au. As of July 2005, fresh psilocybin mushrooms are now also controlled. They’re treated in Law in the same way as dried magic mushrooms. Because whether fresh or dried they have the same Class A drug status as Heroin, LSD and Cocaine.
Taxonomic history panaeolus cyanescens spores au
This species was first described in 1838. By British mycologist Elsie Maud Wakefield (1886 – 1972). Who gave it the scientific name Psilocybe cyanescens. This is the name by which this species is still generally known today. I have found no records of any synonyms of Psilocybe cyanescens.
Where can I find Panaeolus cyanescens?
Distribution and habitat
Panaeolus cyanescens is a coprophilous (dung-inhabiting) species. which grows in tropical and neotropical areas in both hemispheres. or simply get some dry one in a webstore
Is Panaeolus cyanescens legal?
Cultivation, consumption and the law
Because of the hallucinogenic chemicals panaeolus cyanescens manufacture. They are illegal to cultivate. Or posess since psilocybin and psilocin listed as Schedule I drugs. under the United Nations 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances.
Is Panaeolus cyanescens poisonous?
Panaeolus Cyanescens Toxicity, Safety & Side Effects
There is a lot of controversy around. whether Panaeolus cyanescens is consider toxic or not. Regardless, it will cause hallucinations. Always seek medical advice before self-administering. for medicinal purposes and if pregnant or breastfeeding
Is Panaeolus psychedelic?
No members of Panaeolus are use for food, though some are use as a psychedelic drug. Thirteen species of Panaeolus contain the hallucinogen psilocybin. Including Panaeolus cyanescens and Panaeolus cinctulus. . Into a separate genus, Copelandia.
Is panaeolus edible?
Panaeolus foenisecii, called the mower’s mushroom. haymaker or brown hay mushroom is a very common. and distributed little brown mushroom often found on lawns and is not an edible mushroom.