Thai Mushroom Spore
The Thai, also often called “Koh Samui” for its origin place. It was discovered by John Allen during his travel through Thailand in 1991. In Thai tradition it’s organized every month a Full Moon Festival where Thai mushrooms are consumed to honor their sacred mushrooms, or “cloud mushrooms” as they call them.
The Culture Ampoule can be used to inoculate substrate with the Magic Mushrooms cultures. Conventional spore prints and syringes have higher risks of getting contamination and are less likely to succeed.
The Culture Ampoule contains the Magic Mushroom culture and is ready to inoculate in the substrate. Experience an amazing and unique trip.
How To Use
Wash your hands thoroughly and clean the outside of the Culture Ampoule with a wet, clean cloth. We recommend using a sterile alcohol swab to terminate bacteria.
The syringe is enclosed in a sterile packaging. Make sure that the syringe does not get contaminated and open the packaging in a clean environment.
Loosen the cap of the Culture Ampoule a bit (not all the way). In this way you can fill the syringe without getting problems with the vacuum.
Stick the needle through the rubber seal and fill up the syringe.
The filled syringe is now ready to go and the culture can be used to inoculate the chosen substrate. Let the culture grow in the substrate in room temperature. Within a few days the mycelium will be visible.