A Psilocybin spore syringe is a small syringe filled with a solution containing a certain amount of psilocybin mushroom spores. The syringe is typically sterilized in order to eliminate any contamination. The spore solution can be dropped onto substrate to achieve two main goals: colonization and germination. A typical syringe contains about 10 cc of the spore solution, which should be enough to adequately colonize 1 liter (or 1.05 quart) of substrate.
Spore syringes are available from trusted vendors who specialize in growing mushrooms. The best way to find a quality spore vendor is through word of mouth and recommendation. A good spore vendor will have a positive reputation and will be willing to answer any questions about their product or growing process. They will also have a variety of spore strains and a large inventory of growing materials. They should be willing to ship to all 50 states, although some states have banned psychedelic spores.
The first step in using a spore syringe is to get a glass of distilled water. It is important to use distilled water because it reduces the chances of contaminants from the surrounding environment. Once you have the glass filled, remove the syringe from its bag and sterilize it by running it under a faucet for a minute. After sterilizing the syringe, fill it with the spore solution and shake it.
Next, place the syringe in the refrigerator. The cold temperatures slow down the metabolic activity of the spores, extending their vitality. Spores can stay viable for up to a few months in the fridge.