Nepal Mushroom Spores
The Nepal strain of magic mushrooms is named after the country of Nepal and was originally discovered in the Chitwan region of the country. This strain of psilocybe cubensis can grown quite large with caps reaching over 7 cm in diameter. Boasting a rich golden brown hue, the Nepal strain is visually stunning as well as easy to cultivate and study.
Nepal mushrooms are a cubensis mushroom strain commonly known as Nepal Chitwan mushrooms. You should try this strain if you want to have a unique experience that only the most experienced mycology researchers have had the chance to investigate. It’s amazing to witness the early stages of this fungus’ growth through a microscope. Observers will notice how durable the spores appear, as if the mountain air of their original habitat had prepared them to be resistant to contamination, similar to other spores from a subtropical region.
The Discovery of the Nepal Mushroom
Nepal is well-known for a variety of reasons. It has the majority of the world’s highest mountains, as well as gorgeous forests and some of the world’s most fertile soil. Most people don’t know that it is also the home to one of the best Psilocybe cubensis strains in the world– not just Nepal. These small-to-medium-sized mushrooms may be found in the Chitwan area of Nepal in the autumn. John Allen, a well-known mycologist, is said to have brought these mushrooms back to the West from Asia. No one knows for sure when they first became involved in the magic mushroom trade.
The Growth Characteristics of Nepal Mushrooms
The mature Nepal strain takes on a curious, almost alien aspect in the wilds of Chitwan. It has concave crowns with a hint of cinnamon on them. The remainder of the creature is white. A little cap, about 20-70 millimeters in diameter, sits atop a thick, robust stem, like a flying saucer. Heavy spore production leads in dark purple prints, which contrast well with the gills’ otherwise white appearance. The mycelium of the Nepal strain colonizes fast and is an excellent strain for studying under the microscope. The Nepal mushroom was discovered growing on what seemed to be elephant dung when it was initially identified. It’s worth noting that it was discovered under abnormally dry conditions, three months after the traditional mushroom season, demonstrating its adaptability.
What You’ll Get with Your Nepal Mushroom Kit
Our spore research kit includes a 10mL syringe containing your selected strain in our sterile research solution and includes a sterile 18 gauge needle. Each spore syringe sold by Sacred Mushroom Spores should be refrigerated immediately after use and can last for a year or more.
Legal Note: Our devoted clients and amateur researchers can order psilocybin mushroom spores and psilocybe cubensis spores with ease from Sacred Mushroom Spores. It’s worth noting, however, that in the United States, producing or eating psilocybin spores and fruiting bodies is unlawful on a federal level. Adult mushrooms cannot be produced from hallucinogenic mushroom spores, which are intended for research purposes only. Sacred Mushroom Spores sells mushroom spores purely for research and study at the microscopic level.
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10ml of premium Nepal mushroom spores in a syringe with a sterile needle included.