Mexican Dutch King Spore Syringe



Originating in Mexico but highly cultivated in the Netherlands,  this strain is very rhyzomorphic. The mycelium produces massive yields under a wide variety of conditions.  This is a interesting strain when put under the microscope.

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Our Spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Mexican Dutch King spores in a syringe, individually packaged, with a sterile needle included. Sales will be declined to Idaho, Georgia, and California.

Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States. The purpose of this site is not to grow psilocybin mushrooms.

Sometimes you come across one of those spore strains that has a really interesting origin. In the case of the Mexican Dutch King strain, it’s a story that’s two worlds apart. Sure to delight amateur microscopists with an interest in the ways humans can shape the natural world—and the distances an organism can travel in the process—this beginner-grade spore strain is potent and beautiful to behold under the microscope.

What is The Mexican Dutch King Psilocybin Spore Strain?

The unique Mexican Dutch King spore strain has its origins in Mexico. Thought to be derived from a Psilocybe cubensis (or perhaps Psilocybe mexicana) found in Central America, this strain was developed by mycologists in Amsterdam. Mature specimens were even sold in cafes there before the laws changed in the Netherlands, making this spore strain a rich study of not only biology, but anthropology as well.

Mexican Dutch King Spores are a Great Way for Amateur Microscopists to Learn

For amateur microscopists interested in learning about not only spores but the ways fungi find their place in our world, Mexican Dutch King is a wonderful way to start. Students of taxonomy can compare the microstructures of these spores to the strains thought to be its predecessors. Surely some similarities will arise—how wonderful it is to pair the familiar with elements of the unknown.

If you’d like to learn more about what we like to call fascinating fungi, we invite you to read our article about mushroom facts. You’ll learn about what spores like those of our Mexican Dutch King strain can do in the wild, and the wonderful things that mushrooms are capable of. Microscopists aren’t the only ones taking note either, as psilocybin research has been picking up in a big way among the medical community.

Want even more? Just check out our resource Mushrooms Spores and Amateur Microscopy to find out about all the ways that scientists are studying spores just like the Mexican Dutch King in real-life situations.

Are Mexican Dutch King Mushroom Spores Legal in My State?

Magic mushroom spores like our Mexican Dutch King strain are legal in 47 of 50 states. If you live in California, Georgia, or Idaho, we’re unfortunately not able to ship to your location until the laws change.

Part of being a responsible amateur microscopist is understanding your local regulations. While in most areas of the United States it’s perfectly within your rights to study viable Mexican Dutch King mushroom spores, always make sure you’re following your regional laws. A good place to start will be with our article Are Magic Mushroom Spores Legal in My State?

When You Need Viable, Clean Spores, You Want to Shop at Quality Spores for Your Mexican Dutch King Specimens

We can confidently state that our Mexican Dutch King spore syringes are the best on the market! For authentic, viable, and contaminant-free spores, you’ll want to shop with us. Our team has been involved in the amateur microscopy hobby for many years, so we have the experience necessary to make sure you’re getting only the best. We can’t wait to see what you think of this globetrotting strain!


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