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Psilocybe cubensis spore syringes
£7.00 – £13.00
Prepared with passion and expertise
Popular and treasured varieties that everybody loves to explore
- Premium quality BD Luer-Lok™ syringes
- 18G 40mm BD needles
- Chlorhexidine wipes
- Fitted with tamper-evident syringe caps
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Watch: How to prepare your syringe for first use.
Notice how we burst the needle guard through the packaging? On the other side, there is a ‘peel to open’ but your fingers get too close to the inner part of the needle. Our method is cleaner, easier and faster!
Psilocybe cubensis spore syringes are, well.. magical.
This extraordinary pan-tropical species of mind-bending mushroom is native to the more exotic parts of the world but recognised by almost everyone, everywhere.
While the UK isn’t exotic enough for Psilocybe cubensis to call home, we do have our own native and very much loved species of fun guys named ‘Psilocybe Semilanceata’, aka ‘Liberty caps‘.
You’ll be amazed when you see your mushroom spores under the microscope. Every spore has it’s own unique set of genetics, just like us humans and there are thousands of them to see in a single droplet.
Our microscopy slide photos show the sheer volume of spores within just a microgram of spore solution.
Clean Psilocybe cubensis spore syringes are our bread and butter.
That’s why we built our first awesome lab and fitted it with cutting edge equipment and took our processes to the next level.
Quality products are always top priority.
When you order any product from us, you can be sure that it comes with 20+ years of knowledge and experience behind it.
See our FAQs page for some common questions or ask in our new Q&A tab!
Outer packaging will be labelled, but the syringe itself won’t be – only the cleanest syringes (outside and in) are produced in our farm labs.
There will always be plenty of spores in each syringe. Densities vary depending on species, strain and size.
This product is perfectly legal in the UK and much of the world (for microscopy or taxonomy, etc), but its attempted cultivation is prohibited in much of the world.
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Same guarantee for all clean products
Experience a problem with any product? Don’t panic!
Clean products are what we specialise in, it’s our bread and butter – and we’re good at it. We have to be.
Sterile technique is like driving – you can’t learn it by reading, you need to be practising it always.
While most contamination reports are statistically more likely to be down to beginner error, it’s not always the case.
Sometimes it may actually be us. Does that mean we don’t know what we are doing or that we’re rookies at this?
No. And here’s why.
We regularly purchase live gourmet mother spawn from one of, if not the largest, most accredited mycology business in the world.
This company is BIG and they even run week-long training courses in mycology and have the most incredible set up worth a fortune.
Even they make mistakes. We’ve had to get in touch with them a couple of times after receiving contaminated spawn.
The point we’re trying to make here is that even the masters of mycology mess up. Nature is unpredictable and we all make mistakes.
Although we don’t offer refunds on our products, we will send a voucher for it’s replacement.
Irregardless who is at fault.
A second chance on us 🙂
*If we believe this is being abused by anyone, we reserve the right to remove it at any time.
Preparing the syringe
Before using any syringe it’s best to thoroughly distribute the spores or culture within the syringe as best as you can.
A good way to dislodge spores stuck to the plastic syringe wall is to rattle off the corner of something solid whilst spinning the syringe around. Half a dozen times off a table will do the trick. Don’t slam it or you’ll break it.
An even better method is to use a sterile vial; inject into it then fill it back up again and voila – evenly distributed spores.
First impression counts
Nosey delivery drivers, flatmates, neighbours or work colleagues?
Your parcel will be sent in high quality, nondescript packaging; our website won’t be mentioned and there’s no tell-tale return address to worry about either.
Even for international orders made from outside of the UK, our customs declarations are barebones with descriptions such as ‘Microscopy Kit’ or ‘Gardening Supplies’, etc… We follow the rules whilst maintaining your privacy.
Planning to pay with Bank Transfer?
We will email you immediately after checkout, so be sure to read what it says.
Bank payments are what 90% of our customers use, we receive a lot of payments via bank and sometimes people do not appreciate that it’s impossible to know who has paid if you do not follow our instructions. Especially when many customers use names on their orders which don’t even match the names that bank transfers are coming from!
So, we created a better process for us to handle large volumes of bank transfers extremely efficiently.
Follow both simple steps for a happy, stress-free ordering experience at Cylocybe.
- Use your Order Number as the reference within your banking app.
Because it allows us to search for the payment in our bank. We literally type your order number in. Searching with names or amounts are completely useless. Order numbers are what we need.
- Then click on the ‘I Have Paid’ button within your account dashboard
It notifies us so we know to look for the payment you’ve sent. Think of it this way; if we get 500 orders in a day, but only 250 people actually follow through and send payment – that means that we’ve saved ourselves having to search our bank 250 times for payments that were never sent in the first place. The time savings for us are monumental which is handy when we are always rushed for time.
When we get a minute, we’ll verify the payment in our bank and start processing your order.
Example of Step 1
Example of Step 2
Ask questions about this product here!
Hey just wondering if these mushrooms have been inoculated?
Q Hey just wondering if these mushrooms have been inoculated? answer nowAsked on 25th May 2021 9:23 pmA
Apologies, I don't understand the question. These are microscopy spores if that answers it for you.