Cambodian Spore Syringe
A mushroom called the Cambodian Spore Syringe was found close to the renowned Angkor Wat temple. Beginner mushroom growers are especially encouraged to use this strain. It is the strain with the fastest mycelium production. It gets bigger very well on a range of surfaces and the mushrooms come in huge flushes. South East Asia is the origin of the P cyanescens spore syringe Cambodian. While filming a documentary on mushrooms near the Angkor Wat Temple, author and well-known mushroom enthusiast John W. Allen made the initial discovery of these spores. From there, he brought them back to America with him, where they quickly caught on due to their distinctive and energizing effects.
Our Cambodian P cyanescens spore syringes are Made In A State-Of-The-Art Cleanroom Laboratory In Front Of A Laminar Flow Hood, And At Spore Emporium, All Of Our Spore Syringes Go Through Strict Testing Before Shipment To Ensure That Our Spore Syringes Are Contaminated-Free. Please feel free to contact us at any time with any questions you may have as we take great pride in offering the best customer service in our sector. Cambodian P cyanescens spore syringes are now available in the Alchimia Grow Shop catalog, hydrated, and prepared to be injected in the culture substrate or “mush bag” that we’re using, such as those included in our mushroom grow kits.
We can grow the requisite mycelium to begin our own home mushroom production using these spores.
Psilocybes Cubensis Cambodian, which originates from that country, was found close to the fabled Angkor Wat temple. They stand out for being simple to cultivate, developing mycelium more quickly than any other type, and offering plentiful harvests, making them the best choice for beginning growers.
- 10 ml of spores
- Psilocybe Cubensis genetics: Cambodian
- Ideal for introducing a “mushbag” or sterilized grain
Origin of the Strain
John Allen first collected this cubensis while photographing a few of the psilocybe mushrooms that naturally grow all throughout Cambodia.
Convex to widely convex to flat at maturity, 25–50+ mm in diameter. Reddish cinnamon brown that becomes golden brown and pale yellow as it ages, with borders that are almost white. Surface dry, with no universal veil, remains on the cap (spots). Fast-bruising blue-green flesh turns white.
150+ mm long, yellowish stem. There was blue-green bruising on the wounded flesh. continuous membranous annulus (ring) from a partial veil that, when it reaches maturity, gets covered with purple-brown spores.
Adnexed is attached to it. Young fruit bodies are grayish in hue, turning practically black as they ripen.
Dark purple-brown, subellipsoid spores on four-spored basidia
These spores are only to be used in microscopy. Photos of cultivars from outside the US are presented and are offered as educational resources. This plant cannot be grown commercially in the U.s or many other nations. For more restrictions, check your local laws. Residents of California, Idaho, and Georgia: Psilocybe species Orders for spores that are intended for delivery to California, Idaho, or Georgia will be canceled and their payments reimbursed, minus a 10% cancellation charge. Because it could be unlawful to possess these mushroom spores in CA, ID, and GA without the necessary authorizations, we do not ship to those states.
We periodically replace the bread stock in order to maintain the mycelium’s quality and keep it from being harmed by bad weather, which might result in a minor fluctuation in the shipment time. Thank you for your patience. It is only for mycological, ethnobotanical, or decorative investigations that mycelium loaves and spores are used.
They are not meant for use in food production or agriculture.