Golden Teacher Mushrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis)
Golden Teacher Mushrooms (psilocybe cubensis). The Golden teacher spores are the best psilocybe cubensis strain, among cultivators and psychonauts for years. Cultivators love the Golden Teacher spores because they grow in great flushes. Psychonauts love them because of the psychedelic journey. Golden teacher trips are known to have a profound impact.
How do Golden Teachers look like?
Golden Teacher Mushrooms have a fruiting body with a distinguishable, slightly curved cap, with a yellow or golden center. Overall, this shroom has a cap with an ashy red color and can reach up to 8cm in diameter. They have a hollow stipe that is thicker towards the base. They also have gills which vary from whitish to purple-brown.
How to Grow Psilocybe Cubensis
The one thing you might have trouble getting is a good golden teacher spore syringe. This will contain your magic mushroom spores and be used to “sow” them into the substrate. Some growers have reported issues of contamination, misidentified strains, and even syringes containing nothing but water. However, as long as you do your research and find a reputable supplier, you shouldn’t have any problems.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED?
Growing Golden Teacher Mushrooms spore you will need for following ingredients below;
- Spore syringe, 10-12 cc
- Organic brown rice flour
- Vermiculite, medium/fine
- Drinking water
And also other equipment to grow Golden Teacher Mushrooms such as;
- A canning jars
- Hammer and small nail
- Measuring cup
- Mixing bowl
- Heavy-duty tin foil
- Large cooking pot with a tight lid (for steaming)
- Small towel (or approx. 10 paper towels)
- Micropore tape
- Clear plastic storage box, 50-115L
- Drill with ¼-inch drill bit
- Mist spray bottle
- Rubbing alcohol
- Butane/propane torch lighter
- Surface disinfectant
NOTE: Always ensure good hygiene before starting for a healthy. Golden Teacher Mushrooms. It is very important for the golden teacher mushrooms growth: spray an air sanitizer, thoroughly disinfect your equipment and surfaces, take a shower, brush your teeth, wear clean clothes, etc. You don’t need a lot of space, but your environment should be as sterile as possible. Opportunistic bacteria and molds can proliferate in conditions for cultivating shrooms, so it’s crucial to minimize the risk.