Hero Mushroom Spores: Cubensis Cross Strain


Hero Spores Cross Strain. This mushroom cross strain is of our own creation! A Qualityspores.store exclusive cross between 2 amazing strains, Penis Envy and Amazonian. Check it out today or learn more about how to cross cubensis strains and about quality Mushroom Cross Strains.



    Hero Mushroom Strain

    This mushroom cross strain known as the Hero mushroom strain in our spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Hero spores in a syringe, individually packaged, with a sterile needle included.

    Can you mix mushroom strains?  Well we know how to cross cubensis strains and we’re proud to finally introduce the very first Qualityspores.store cross strain. This exclusive spore strain can not be found anywhere else… because we made it ourselves! This marvel of mycology is a cross between the world-famous Penis Envy spore strain and the “ultra performing” Amazonian mushroom spores.

    Let’s dig into what you can expect when you get this unique hybrid under your microscope.

    Why Quality Spores Chose to Cross The Penis Envy and Amazonian Spore Strains?

    As you no doubt already know, there are so many different strains of mushroom spores. At Quality Spores alone we carry dozens of different varieties. So why cross Penis Envy and Amazonian mushrooms?

    Background on the “why” and the “how to cross mushroom strains” Before You Buy

    Penis Envy is, of course, one of the most desirable cubensis strains for both amateur microscopists and mycologists alike. These spores are so fun to work with in the lab and to study, not just because of their unique attributes—we’ll get to that in a moment—but thanks to their unique history.

    Legend has it that Penis Envy is the very mushroom strain that Terence McKenna discovered in the Amazon rain forest. The late McKenna was a noteworthy ethnobotanist, author, and special advocate. His contribution to the world of mushroioms is so numerous that we’ve mentioned him a few times around the site and in multiple blog posts.

    When one studies the spores discovered by McKenna, they offer what one might describe as an incredibly potent educational experience. The humorous name comes from their undeniably phallic appearance.

    The second star of the “Hero” show are Amazonian mushroom spores. Hailing from the Amazon rain forest as well, this particular strain was the natural choice to cross with Penis Envy. In the wild, the fungi tends to cultivate quickly, yield multiple large flushes, and has a natural resistance to contamination.

    How To Cross Cubensis Mushroom Strains.

    Deep in the Amazon, Biodiversity Leads to Competition – Fungi Must Be STRONG to Survive

    As you can no doubt imagine, the Amazon rain forest is a competitive environment to live in for any organism, and fungi are no different. This region of the world has the most biodiversity on the face of the earth, so to survive, you have to be strong, and both Penis Envy and Amazonian are very tough and contaminant-resistant as a result.

    Bringing these two forces together in our cross strain Hero has made for an incredibly robust spore strain that any microscopist will have a joy working with in the lab. And when it’s time to study let’s just say that you will not be disappointed.

    Learn About Mushroom Spore Research, Classifications, and Hybrid Strains

    We’re so excited for you to try our first cross strain spore syringes. Hero was the result of a lot of brainstorming, work, and experimentation. Our team is confident that you’ll love what you see under the microscope, so please, order yours now by examining all our mushroom spores for sale!

    Two more spore strains that Qualityspores.store, a Colorado spore syringe company, vendor, and supplier, stocks in the advanced classification category include the Jack Frost mushroom strain and our premium hybrid strain MVP spores.

    Sales of spore syringes will be declined to Idaho, Georgia, and California. Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown of mushroom spores are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation and growing mushrooms is illegal in many countries including the United States.