Thai Elephant Dung Spore Syringe for Sale In The UK
We now have Thai Elephant Dung magic mushroom spore syringes for sale in the UK. The Thai Elephant Dung is a Psilocybe cubensis strain rumoured to have been discovered by John Allen. It hails from the island of Koh Samui, Thailand. As its name suggests, this mushroom was found growing on elephant dung, so it is little wonder that it grows to such an enormous size and potency! We sell spores of this magic mushroom for microscopy.
What Is Included
Our high-density Thai Elephant Dung spore syringes come packed with millions of spores, making them ideal for microscopy. It is simply a must-have for any collector’s spore library.
Spores are hydrated in sterilised water and packaged in lab/medical grade Nipro Luer-Lok™ syringes. This is to ensure the highest quality and cleanest possible spore solution.
- 10ml spore solution
- Sterile 18G x 1.5″ needle and 70% IPA alcohol swab included
How To Use Thai Elephant Dung Spores
When observed with the naked eye, spores do not look all that exciting. You might see a few black clumps floating around in the solution, but certainly nothing akin to being ‘magical’. The true beauty of the humble spore is in its microscopic size. The only way to observe the microscopic is, unsurprisingly, under a microscope. Preferably at least 500x magnification.
First, take your syringe and carefully remove the protective cap. Load the needle onto the syringe and you’re ready to go. Apply a single drop of solution onto a microscopy slide, and gently cover the sample with a covering glass. Place the microscopy slide onto the stage. Finally, look through the eyepiece and move the focus knob until the image comes into focus. If they still look tiny, try increasing to a higher power objective lens. Admire them in their glorious, magical detail. This simple process will give you hours of endless fun, we guarantee it (or your money back!)
Storage of Thai Elephant Dung Spores
For long-term storage, keep spore syringes in a dark place and preferably in a fridge at 2-8 ℃. They will last up to a year or more if stored correctly.