Treasure Coast Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe
Treasure Coast Magic Mushroom Spore Syringe is a 10ml syringe filled with distilled water and Treasure Coast Mushroom Spores. Each syringe is made using a Treasure Coast Mushroom spore print collected under sterile conditions and added to distilled water. This creates a spore solution which is added to the syringe and capped. Every Mushroom Spore sample is non-contaminated and 100% viable! This strain was initially discovered in Southern Florida and is a fast colonizer and a prolific fruiter making it an excellent choice for microscopy research!
What Do Treasure Coast Mushrooms Look Like, And What Are The Effects Produced?
This strain of psilocybe cubensis mushroom produces large and dense clusters of mushrooms with white stripes and golden caps. Treasure Coast Mushrooms are known to have a relatively higher potency than most other strains in the psilocybe cubensis family. This strain offers an intense visual high with a low body load, making it perfect for beginners. Users report that this strain is the “laughing strain,” putting you in an excellent mood and wrapping you up in a blanket of warmth! The colors are brighter and sound much more intense. Aside from this, Treasure Coast Mushrooms are also known to hit you faster than most, with reported effects starting at 15 minutes or less.
Are Treasure Coast Mushroom Spores Legal?
Treasure coast mushroom spores are entirely legal in 47 states! Although mushroom spores DO NOT contain psilocybin or psilocin, California, Idaho, And Georgia have banned both fresh mushrooms and their spores.
Due to mushroom spores not containing any psilocybin or psilocin until they are fruiting, they are 100% legal. Mushroom spores are used for research, microscopy, and taxonomy purposes. If you use these spores as intended, they remain legal.
Although some states have decriminalized magic mushroom possession, we still recommend you continue researching them and their characteristics for the time being!
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.