Amazonia variety is the most special of the Panaeolus Cyanescens. At first it was thought to be the same as the Hawaiian mushroom, but it soon became one of the most popular and in-demand varieties of magic mushrooms.
Its cultivation requires more attention than that of the Cubensis, above all in the parameters of temperature and humidity, but also come to concentrate higher levels of alkaloids, so it ends up being much more powerful.
Panaeolus Cyanescens Jamaica is a variety of mushrooms coprophagous, that is, that in nature feeds on excrement, so it grows very well in a substrate prepared with horse manure and straw.
Panaeolus Cyanescens Amazonia Spores vial
Each bottle contains 0.34 US fl oz. (10 ml.) of spores in a solution that keeps them in perfect condition until the time of inoculation. Vials contain a special valve that facilitates safe extraction without contamination risk.
The concentration of spores is higher in these vials than in ready-made syringes, almost twice the amount per cubic millilitre. Life span is extended thanks to the glass with which the vial is made, which can be up to 24 months.
How to use Panaeolus Cyanescens Jamaica Spores
- Wear a mask and gloves or disinfect your hands properly
- Shake the vial well to mix all the contents
- Sterilize the syringe we are going to use
- Sterilize the septa on the top of the vial
- Remove about 0.1 US fl oz. (3 ml.) of spores with the syringe (0.1 US fl oz. (3 ml.) is enough for 1 US qt (1 litre) of substrate)
- Inoculate the contents of the syringe into the substrate, leaving drops carefully in different areas
How to maintain Panaeolus Cyanescens Jamaica spores for months
To maximize the viability of the spores it is important to keep the vial at a temperature between 35.6 and 46.4 ºF (2-8 ºC). Store it in a tupperware box in the fridge can be a great solution to extend the lifespan of our spores.