Creeper Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe
Creeper Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe is a 10ml syringe. Each 10ml mushroom spore syringe is created from a Creeper mushroom spore print collected under sterile conditions. Once the spore print is collected, it is added to distilled water to create the spore solution and capped for use. All mushroom spores are non-contaminated and 100% viable. This strain is famous for being a quick colonizer and excellent for research purposes.
What Do Creeper Magic Mushrooms Look Like, And What Are Their Effects?
At full maturity, Creeper strain magic mushrooms have pale white stems, convex cinnamon-colored caps, and wide protruding gills. Creeper spores have dark purple to black spores. The spores are subellipsoid (ellipse) shaped and present on 4-spored basidia. The caps vary from 30-50mm in diameter with a convex to conic shape and are generally very dark spore printers.
The Creeper strain is considered above average in the potency range. They have gotten the name Creepers from literally “creeping up on you” in terms of effects. This strain produces the same effects as most psilocybe cubensis strains regarding visual and auditory hallucinations. It has been anecdotally reported that creepers can give off a “darker” vibe compared to many other mushroom strains.
Why Do Mushroom Spore Syringes Use Distilled Water In their Spore Solutions?
Although users could use any water to create spore solutions, there is an important reason distilled water is used. Mushroom spore syringes do not contain any psilocybin or psilocin until they start producing. Once these spores start growing, it completely changes their legal status. Distilled water doesn’t have ANY nutrients; thus, there is no chance of these spores beginning to produce if left alone too long. If users were to use regular water containing vital nutrients to the spores, they could start growing and then become illegal.
These Magic Mushroom spores are used for research and religious purposes only. UNLESS you live in Cities including Ann Arbor, Michigan; Denver; Oakland, California; and Seattle, have passed measures that essentially decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms and sometimes other psychedelics derived from plants or fungi. The cities make no distinction between medical and recreational uses.