Buy Psilocybe Cubensis Arizona
You can find these hallucinogenic mushrooms growing on forest floors or rotting logs across the United States. (But it’s best not to eat what you forage unless you are a well-versed mycologist. Eating the wrong mushroom can be deadly.)
There are about 200 species of mushrooms within the genus Psilocybe, which contain psilocybin.
They grow from spores, sometimes called psilocybin spores. There’s a good chance you can get your hands on them legally because psilocybin spores don’t actually contain psilocybin — a banned substance in the U.S. But growing them? Well, that is a different story.
Psilocybin doesn’t become present in the fungus until the spores germinate and begin producing mycelium.
That’s the lace-like network of fungal threads. In the wild, mycelium grows underground or in rotting tree trunks and gives rise to mushroom fruiting bodies.
As such, when psilocybin spores germinate and grow into mushrooms, they become illegal.
Where to Get Psilocybin Spores
You can extract your own psilocybin spores, but it may be easier just to buy them online. Head to Google and you’ll find a long list of purveyors ready to sell you a syringe or print.
A psilocybin spore syringe is simply an oral syringe containing water and mushroom spores.
People buy psilocybin spores to study the tiny spores under a microscope or to cultivate them into mushrooms. For most of the United States, selling or buying psilocybin spores for the purpose of studying them is not illegal. Exceptions include Georgia and Idaho.