Golden Teacher Spore Syringe

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Golden Teacher Psilocybe Cubensis

The Golden Teacher Psilocybe cubensis strain stands as a beacon among the vast array of researched mushroom spore varieties worldwide. Its allure lies not only in its captivating name but also in its remarkable characteristics.

Hallucinogenic in nature, the cultivation of the Golden Teacher strain is remarkably easy, making it an attractive choice for both novice and experienced cultivators alike. Flourishing in substrates such as equine dung and enriched soils, and thriving in subtropical temperatures, this strain exhibits a versatility that contributes to its widespread popularity.

Originating mysteriously, perhaps on a farm in Georgia during the 1980s, the exact genesis of the Golden Teacher strain remains shrouded in intrigue. Yet, what is known is its consistent and robust nature. The initial flush yields medium-sized mushrooms, followed by subsequent flushes where the caps may expand to impressive sizes. Characterized by substantial stems and gills ranging from whitish to purple-brown, these mushrooms exude an aura of mystique.

Both novices and experts extol the virtues of Golden Teacher magic mushrooms for psychedelic exploration. Renowned for their reliability, these mushrooms offer an experience marked by potency and consistency. Holding a large Golden Teacher magic mushroom invokes a sense of solidity and trust, reflecting the strength inherent in this strain.

Classification: Hallucinogenic
Cultivation Difficulty: Easy
Substrates: Equine dung and Enriched soils
Temperature: Subtropical
Strain Origin: Unknown

Description:

Emerging onto the scene in the 1980s, the Golden Teacher cubensis holds an esteemed status among researchers owing to its consistent performance. While its precise origins remain shrouded, legend whispers of its discovery on a Georgia farm. In its natural habitat, the initial flush yields medium-sized mushrooms, followed by subsequent flushes boasting sizable caps and robust stems. Sporting gills ranging from whitish to purple-brown, this resilient fungus captivates observers with its varied hues.

Novices and seasoned explorers alike acclaim Golden Teacher magic mushrooms for their reliability in psychedelic journeys. Large and sturdy, these mushrooms exude a sense of fortitude and trust when handled.

Packaging:

Our packaging methods adapt to the nature of your order. Spore prints are discreetly enclosed in standard envelopes, featuring the M.Prints return address. Syringes are meticulously packaged in small boxes or bubble mailers, discreetly labeled as microscopy kits.

Golden Teacher spores are intended solely for microscopy research and taxonomy endeavors. Images are provided for educational and informational purposes.

 

Shipping Cost $10
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location Denver, Colorado, United States
  • Trevor88
    Top quality spores, definitely recommend Mushly for your spores!
  • Stargazer
    Mushly is a company you can trust when it comes to spore syringes, very pleased to see an abundance of white in my jars.
  • ForestWalker
    Top quality spores, definitely recommend Mushly for your spores!
  • Stargazer
    Discreet shipping, Happy to add these spores to my collection!
  • 420Mike
    Top quality spores, definitely recommend Mushly for your spores!
  • Are the spores in the Golden Teacher spore syringe sterile?
    Yes, the spores are prepared and packaged in a sterile environment to ensure contamination-free samples.
  • Can I see visible spores in the Golden Teacher spore syringe?
    We use really fresh spores from new prints, so the spores don't clump together forming the visible specks you would see in syringes made from older prints.
  • What is the shelf life of a Golden Teacher spore syringe?
    When stored properly, the spore syringe can remain viable for 6-12 months.
  • How should the Golden Teacher spore syringe be stored?
    Store the spore syringe in a cool, dark place, ideally in a refrigerator, to maintain spore viability.