Buy Treasure Coast psilocybe cubensis spore print online
Buy Treasure Coast psilocybe cubensis spore print online. The Treasure Coast psilocybe cubensis is a rapid substrate colonizer, and its mycelium produces several flushes with little time between flushes. Treasure Coast spores produce a high overall output of T.C. mushrooms. Occasionally, an Albino mushroom may emerge on the Treasure Coast. A treasure that every spore collector should own.
General information about the Treasure Coast Psilocybe Cubensis strain:
- Origin: Florida, Treasure Coast region, United States
- Caps: Size 15-30+ mm, Brown to yellow / golden brown.
- Stem: 40-125 + mm, White yellow color. Turns blue when touched.
- Spores: Dark purple brown
- Substrate: Brown Rice Flour, PF Tek, Rye.
- Trivia: Can produce Albino mushrooms, but not very common
Treasure Coast psilocybe cubensis Spore print
The Treasure Coast spore prints are created on sterile foil that is maintained in a clean ziplock bag and refrigerated. Each spore print might have a minute amount of spores scratched away. With this swab, an agar or liquid culture test is conducted to determine the state of the spores. As a print, only spores that germinate are emitted.
Store the Treasure Coast Spore print refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. A Mushroom Spore print can be stored for years.
Where is Psilocybe found?
Geographically, species of this genus are found in the majority of biomes around the globe. The neotropics, including Mesoamerica, Brazil, and Chile, seem to have the highest species variety. Psilocybe may be found in several environments and substrates.
What is psilocybin’s history?
Roger Heim identified the hallucinogenic mushroom that the Wassons had brought back from Mexico as Psilocybe in 1956, and Albert Hofmann first published psilocin and psilocybin as the active compounds in these mushrooms in 1958. There is significant doubt as to whether or not these “holy mushrooms” belonged to the Psilocybe genus.
Is it legal to possess psilocybin spores in the United States?
There is no federal legislation prohibiting the possession of Psilocybe spores in the United States, since only the psilocybin and psilocin compounds are designated Schedule I narcotics, and these chemicals are not present in the spores themselves, only in the fruiting body of produced spores.
What are the properties of the fruit bodies of Psilocybe?
Psilocybe fruit bodies are often tiny, unremarkable mushrooms with the classic shape of “little brown mushrooms.” Macroscopically, they are tiny to sometimes medium in size, brown to yellow-brown in hue, with a hygrophanous cap and spore print color ranging from lilac-brown.