Florida Wild Spores!
Comes with 10cc of Florida Wild spores, an 18g needle to get your spores onto the slides, and an alcohol wipe so you can ensure that your microscope is super clean.
So some dude in Florida got a hold of these in the wild (yep, that’s a very to-the-point name) then they got stabilised over the generations and here we are! It’s a “name is on the tin” kind of situation here, which is always pleasant. Nothing more to see here, my dude. I love the idea of being able to walk around and find magic mushrooms, it’s cool, and it doesn’t happen year-round in the UK. Before you get all excited you’re not allowed to pick them over here anyway because that’s a nature crime so don’t do it, although in Florida you are allowed to pick them, so maybe go there. They’re a bit different to our local bounty; the UK’s native fun mushrooms are Psilocybe Semilanceata and theirs are one the ones that drop the spores I sell, Psilocybe Cubensis. Anyway, do you know what else you’ve got hanging around in Florida? Literally a million Alligators! A million Alligators, can you believe that?! Only a thousand Crocodiles though which is rookie numbers to be honest. Step your Croc game up Florida.
Imagine having a million Alligators though, I’m not sure you’d even be able to make it down to Spar for a pack of king skins without bumping into one of the buggers. Don’t get me wrong, I expect it’s pretty exciting initially if you’re not used to it, but after a while it’s probably like having seagulls except they could tear your arms off and eat your dog, not just your chips. At least they don’t fly yet (you might say it’s unlikely that they’ll ever fly but I would ask you to look around at the state of the world and try and guarantee me that flying Alligators don’t end up being a thing because you won’t be able to). They’ve also got Disney and too many old people. In short Florida is a land of contrasts thank you for reading this sponsored post brought to you by the Alligator Committee of Florida.
Ideally, keep these Florida Wild spores refrigerated, where they will happily last a couple of years. Magic mushroom spores are tough like that – don’t let them freeze though! Failing that, you can keep them in a nice dark cupboard where they’ll be just fine for at least six months. They’re pretty simple to store. You can even use them multiple times, just replace the needle cap back on (don’t remove the needle as that’s one more chance for contaminants to get in there), and the next time you go to use them, heat the needle up with a lighter until it glows red. Simple! You could even put them back into the supplied bag if that’s your jam.
All spore syringes have been produced in the UK using a flowhood in order to make sure that what you see under the microscope is exactly what’s supposed to be there and nothing else – just premium spores!