Fiji Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe
Fiji Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe is a 10ml sample of Fiji Mushroom spores and distilled water. This syringe is created by taking a sterile Fiji Mushroom spore print and adding it to distilled water. This makes a mushroom spore solution which is put into the syringe and capped. These Fiji Mushrooms are indigenous to the Fijian Islands in the south pacific. Due to some unique features, this strain is popular for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. All psilocybe cubensis mushroom spores are relatively similar, but Fiji spores are slightly different under the microscope. This strain’s spores are also robust and contaminant-resistant, making them perfect for taxonomy.
What Do Fiji Magic Mushrooms Look Like, And What Are The Effects?
Fresh Fiji Magic Mushrooms have a long, thick stem with flat dark brown cream-looking caps. When looking at effects, Fiji Mushrooms are often compared to and considered a better version of B+ psilocybe cubensis mushrooms. Many mushrooms in this particular family share many of the same effects. This includes euphoria, spiritual experiences, visuals, and a sense of warmth and well-being. Unlike the B+ strain, which is known to be highly visual and less introspective, the Fiji strain offers the best of both worlds, which is why, when compared, Fiji is considered a better experience. This strain is less likely to cause bad trips or side effects.
Can I Freeze My Mushroom Spore Syringe If I Can’t Use It Right Away?
Spore syringes should NEVER be stored in a freezer. This will damage the syringe itself but will likely be much too frigid an environment for most spores. This will make microscopy research very difficult.
The proper way to store your syringe if you cannot use it right away would be to keep it in its original packaging and place it in the refrigerator. This will keep the syringe both dark and cool, but not too cool, which could ruin the sample.
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.