10ML spore syringe. Mushroom spores suspended in aqueous solution.
Psilocybe azurescens, a basidiomycete, is an extremely potent psilocybin mushroom, related to the much more common Psilocybe cubensis. It is relatively small, with a convex to conic pileus only 3-10cm in diameter. Normally caramel in color, it bruises easily to a dark blue-black, and often has azure-colored aerial hyphae protruding from the base of the stalk. Spores are purplish brown to purplish black. It is saprotrophic, living in soils enriched with fallen wood debris, and causes wood to whiten. It’s native only to a small strip along the coasts of Oregon and Washington. They begin fruiting late in September and continue until subdued by frost.
Psilocybe azurescens contains unusually high concentrations of psychedelic molecules (psilocybin, psilocin, and baeocystin), which rack in at over 2% of the dry weight of the fruiting body, which is about twice the concentration of the more commonly encountered Psilocybe cubensis.
Please note that these spores were found in the wild. There is a very limited stock. Get them while supplies last.
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