Spores from the Golden Teacher magic mushrooms have been spread throughout the world for many years and is in the top 5 most popular cubensis spores. This cubensis was first discovered on a farm growing in a pile of dung and straw in the US state of Georgia. Although there is no psilocybin or psilocin or anything else hallucinogenic in spores, Georgia still outlawed psilocybe mushrooms spores from being imported in to the state. Although not entirely bad news for Georgians as cubensis grow wild through their state. I remember seeing an article of wild cubensis shrooms from Georgia the size of dinner plates! The Golden Teachers cubensis strain does not grow huge dinner plate sized shrooms, but it throws off a huge abundance of small to medium sized mushrooms. We have the original genetics to the true Golden Teachers cubensis mushrooms from the orginal spores going back to the Georgia farm.
Spores from this strain are in abundance as it’s healthy spore depositor.
The Golden Teachers spores are a teacher of God, they have something to teach us all.
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|Cubensis Spore Taxonomy||Microscopic Features: Spores dark purplish brown to violet brown in deposit, subellipsoid, 11.5-17 by 8-11 u. Basidia 2- or 3-spores, but usually 4-spored. Pleurocystidia nearly pear shaped, sometimes mucronate, 18-30 by 6-13 u. Cheilocystidia fusoid-ventricose with an obtuse or subcapitate apex, sometimes sublageni form, 17-32 by 6-10 , with the narrow necks 3-5 u broad. One rare cubensis strains named Columbia “rust spore” actually drops almost reddish rust colored spores but this strain is very unique! We do carry spores of that strain from time to time.|
Golden Teachers Cubensis Spore PRINT
- Product Code: GT PRINT
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