As with other species named for their region of origin, the Ecuador psilocybe cubensis mushroom was first discovered in Ecuador. Specifically, the magic mushroom spores were first discovered in the Highlands region of Ecuador, which is known for its altitude. This is quite a rough environment, which is one of the reasons why these magic mushroom spores are easier to cultivate than other mushroom spores for sale.
These mushrooms have an average length of 10 to 13 cm, and it is one of the largest psilocybe cubensis mushrooms in the world. If you are interested in studying or researching psilocybe cubensis spores, this is definitely one of the more unique options to consider.
The mushrooms are known for large and meaty stalks and caramel-colored caps. They also produce large fruits with nice flushes. These are psilocybe cubensis spores, which means that these mushrooms contain both psilocybin and psilocin. These mushroom spores for sale are some of the most popular magic mushroom spores in the world. They are known to be great magic mushroom spores for those who are new to mycology.
Believe it or not, shamans have supposedly used these magic mushroom spores for thousands of years since pre-colonial Mesoamerica. These mushroom spores have been involved in healing rituals and spiritual ceremonies of Indigenous peoples.
The caps that grow from these magic mushroom spores tend to be about 25-50 mm. Ecuador psilocybe cubensis mushrooms also have dense stems that are yellowish in color, and they are usually about 40 to 150 mm. They also may have a “nipple” on the caps.
Please consult with local laws and regulations regarding mushroom spores for sale. Please bear in mind that this spore syringe is meant for research and taxonomy purposes only.
MICROSCOPY RESEARCH: INTERMEDIATE
Our Mushroom Spore kit includes 10ml of premium Ecuador research solution in a syringe with a sterile needle included.
Mushroom Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States.