Mushroom Spores on Sale

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    Golden Teacher mushrooms are one of the most popular Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms in the world.  The beautiful golden mushroom caps, long stems, and their resiliency to grow large flushes in less than ideal growing conditions in nature are some of the reasons behind the Golden Teacher mushrooms' popularity.  Most people believe that Golden Teacher spores are among the best mushroom spores for beginners to start with, as they enter the fascinating world of Psilocybe cubensis mushroom spores.
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    The B+ mushroom is a very-easy-to-cultivate psilocybe cubensis mushroom variety/strain. B+ Spores are a dark purplish-brown color when viewed under a microscope.
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    Very fast colonizer; a great beginner’s choice for microscopy studies. In nature there may be lots of aborts on the first flush, however moving forward it's a very fruitful strain. Great potency.
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    A popular spore strain from a top mycologist, the Keeper, also know for Star Gazers, Z-strain and Reality Benders.
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    The Lion's Mane is a member of the unusual teethed fungi, which form tooth-like structures instead of gills. The mature mushrooms look like pink tinted-white pom-poms. This is an aggressive species that spontaneously forms primordia on malt agar and sawdust substrates but may be slow to colonize grain spawn. The mushroom develops quickly once initiated and can form from a tiny primordia to a large, ready to harvest mushroom in one week or less.
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    Much like the Super Strain Koh Samui mushroom strain, Pink Buffalo mushrooms are from Koh Samui, Thailand. Pink Buffalo mushroom spores are purplish-brown in color, 11.5 – 17 x 8 – 11 µm, and ellipsoid shaped.
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    Blue Oysters fruit easily on a wide range of substrates and are good candidates for recycling wood and paper waste into edible mushrooms. As with all Oyster mushrooms, Blue Oysters need plenty of fresh air to develop normally. High carbon dioxide levels from mushroom metabolism will accumulate in sealed growing environments and can reduce cap size and elongate stems severely. Fruiting in open humidity chambers with frequent fresh air exchange will produce best possible yields.
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    Shiitake have been raised in the Far East for over 6,000 years, and used for food and medicine since prehistoric times. Shiitake mushrooms first became available in the U.S. in 1940. The name "shiitake" comes from the Japanese "shii take" meaning "shii mushroom". Shii is a Japanese tree related to the oak and beech on which these mushrooms are seen most often in nature. Dried shiitake are great to cook with, are a great source of multiple dietary vitamins, and can store for upwards of a year without spoiling.
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    The Portobello is a brown version of the common white button mushroom found at your local grocery store. When these fruits are small with unopened caps they are called Crimini. As the fruits mature, they grow in size, and their caps begin to open, at which point they are recognized as the tasty Portobello. A welcome addition to any BBQ!
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    Grow your own edible and medicinal pink oyster mushrooms with a 10cc liquid culture syringe.
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    Reishi has been used by the Chinese and Japanese for hundreds of years for increasing longevity and various other health stimulating effects. It has also been reported to induce a non-narcotic feeling of well-being. It is traditionally used fresh or dried in teas and soups. The dried "conks" have an attractive varnish-like appearance and can be used in dried flower and seedpod arrangements.