Our Spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Cambodian spores in a syringe, individually packaged, with a sterile needle included. Sales will be declined to Idaho, Georgia, and California.
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Our authentic Cambodian spore strain has a fascinating history—and it only gets more interesting once you’re working with it in the lab.
Let’s learn more:
While Filming Near Angkor Wat, John W. Allen Makes Another Historic Discovery
You may remember John W. Allen, the writer and globe-trotting mushroom expert, from his other fungal discoveries. We’re big fans of “Mushroom John” and carry authentic spore strains from two of his other discoveries in the Asian region, namely our always-viable Burma spores and Pink Buffalo spores.
During the particular adventure in which John Allen discovered the now-world-famous Cambodian strain, he was making a film (about mushrooms, of course) near the beautiful and sprawling Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia. Being the exemplary mycologist he is, John naturally took a sample with him back to the United States. Thus, more samples were collected and this unique spore strain is now available to amateur microscopists and mycologists everywhere!
The Behavior of This Cambodian Cubensis in The Wild
The Cambodian psilocybin mushroom strain has several unique and desirable features that make its spores a real pleasure to work with in the lab and to study. In nature, this fungi is an extremely fast colonizer—its mycelial mat will grow very quickly under the right natural conditions.
Is it getting hot in here? Since the region of Cambodia where Angkor Wat is found tends to be very warm, this fungi tends to do quite well in wilderness settings where the temperature runs a bit higher than usual. Mycologists have observed this strain in natural settings where huge flushes were not uncommon, even in a variety of substrates and terrain.
What’s the Study Experience Like When You Put Cambodian Spores Under the Microscope?
Cambodian spores are world-renowned for their mild visual appearance on the microscope slide. What amateur microscopists enjoy the most about this particular strain is that it tends to be so fun to study that they can’t help but feel energetic and creative.
Beginners will find that the lab work required with this Cambodian strain isn’t as demanding as other strains, largely thanks in part to its contaminant-resistant properties. Getting the slide into your microscope should be an easy and fast process, comparatively.
Another Fantastic Addition to Your Spore Collection
This Cambodian spore syringe will make a lovely addition to your spore collection, particularly if you’re a fan of South East Asian spore strains. These strains are so much fun to study, since westerners don’t typically get to research them. This particular Cambodian strain also plays a bit of a part in a story—studying this strain along with Burma and Pink Buffalo strains can make a microscopist almost feel like they’re there with John Allen on one of his adventures.
Authentic Cambodian Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Now Available from Quality Spores
Whether you’re just getting started in the amateur microscopy hobby or you’re an experienced microscopist, we’re absolutely confident that you’ll love our Cambodian spore syringes. Not only are they loaded with spores, they’re fully authentic, always viable, and never contaminated.