Magic truffles spores can be used to cultivate your own magic truffles. Some say they are easier to grow than the psilocybe cubensis or magic mushrooms. We have all sclerotia producing strains of the psilocybe genus.With some extra care you can grow both magic truffles and mushrooms from these strains!
The Psilocybe Galindoii Jalisco Strain fungus produces a great amount of sclerotia.
Originally thought to be of the "Atlantis" strain, we now know this is a different subspecies. Now it is also know as the "Atlanta Liberty Cap" for the similarity with the Psilocybe semilanceata in appearance and effect.
Whith the P.galindii you can cultivate both truffles and mushrooms. Easier than cubensis!Learn More
The P. mexicana Jalisco is a medium truffle producer but great for cultivating the Mexicanae mushrooms.
Psilocybe Mexicana is also known as the Teonanacatl or Flesh of the Gods.Learn More
The Psilocybe Tampanensis fungus is a great truffle producer!
In 1977 Steven Pollock discovered this extremely rare sclerotia that has never been found again up to today in the Florida area. These Psilocybe Tampanensis (and all other Tampanensis) spores originate from that specimen that has been bred since.
With the Tampanensis spores you can cultivate truffles and mushrooms. Easier than cubensis!Learn More
One of the more difficult things to achieve is to make the spores germinate. This liquid culture growth medium simplifies that process by a factor 100. Just inject 1ml of spore-solution into this vial and shake the vial daily. After one week the spores have formed into mycelium and you can inject this mycelium in your cake. A musthave for all homegrowers.
Available in 5ml, 10ml and 25ml vials.Learn More