Psilocybin spore syringe is a tool used for inoculating substrate, such as a grain bag or monotub, with mushroom spores. It is important to use a clean and sterile environment for inoculation to avoid contamination. Ensure the grain bag is sterilized with an alcohol wipe or sanitizer and that the injection port is clean. Also, the needle of a mushroom spore syringe must be sterilized by holding it over a flame until it turns red-hot. This will remove any contaminated residue and reduce the risk of contaminants from entering the substrate during inoculation.
Spore syringes can be purchased from various online vendors. Many of these sell spores to mushroom enthusiasts for microscopy and scientific research purposes only, as growing psilocybin mushrooms in the home is illegal in most jurisdictions. When purchasing spores from these sources, it is crucial to do research to ensure the vendor is legitimate. A reliable vendor will offer an assortment of payment methods, including cryptocurrency, which can provide anonymity and security.
Using a spore syringe is fairly simple. It is important to sterilize tweezers and scalpels before starting. After sterilizing the tweezers and scalpel, transfer 10ml of sterile water into a shot glass or small dish. Then, hold the spore print over the top of the syringe and use the scalpel to scrape the spores into the water. Once the syringe is filled, leave it at room temperature for 24-72 hours to allow the spores to hydrate. Once hydrated, place the syringe in an airtight ziplock bag and store it in the fridge where it will remain viable for up to 12 months. Psilocybin spore syringe