Orissa India Spores
What are Orissa India spores?
Orissa India spores are a popular variety known for producing some of the widest capped fruits of all the Psilocybin Cubensis types.
The origin is of Orissa India was believed to be discovered in India by entheomycologist John Allen growing on elephant dung close to the Bihar region of East India near the borders pf Nepal.
Orissa India spores info
In countries where legal to grow Orissa India grow with very large caps and are some of the widest we’ve seen of Psilocybin Cubensis
The stems and also the mycelium itself can bruise blue if pinched or disturbed, this is perfectly normal and a common trait with Psilocybin Cubensis mushroom types.
Orissa India spores are best viewed under a clean microscope using a slide and a magnification of x400 for optimum observation.
Can I legally use these spores to grow mushrooms in the UK?
Aztech Genetics magic mushroom spores
All our Aztech Genetic Spore syringes are produced in the UK under a sterile laboratory work area making sure your spores arrive in optimum condition. Syringes are best stored refrigerated between 2C – 8C.
What comes with the spore syringe?
- 10 ml syringe
- Orissa India Spores
- 1x Alcohol sterile wipe
- 1x Sterile 18g needle
- FREE cannabis seeds
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