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Golden Teacher

Original price was: $20.00.Current price is: $15.00.

Golden Teacher stands out as one of the most beginner-friendly P. cubensis strains to cultivate, flourishing abundantly on a variety of substrates and even thriving in less-than-ideal environments. Its adaptability makes it an excellent option for novice growers seeking a successful initial experience. The only slight downside is its relatively slower fruiting pace compared to some other strains.

4 in stock (can be backordered)

 Golden Teacher – the classic, the legend, the strain of cubensis even your Mom has heard of. The Golden Teacher magic mushroom is the most well-known psilocybe cubensis strain, and for good reason–wide, golden caps sitting atop thick ivory stems make this easy-to-grow, high-yield mushroom a favorite among mycology researchers. The genetics of our Golden Teacher liquid culture have been fine-tuned over years to create one of the most robust, reliable, and contamination-resistant strains of the Golden Teacher mushroom. Unlike spores, making early-stage liquid cultures of mycelium allows us to isolate and replicate the fastest, strongest, and highest-yielding genetics. Our liquid culture does not require a germination phase, like spores do, meaning quicker and more reliable research.



Is it legal to purchase/possess Psilocybe cubensis (aka Magic Mushroom) Syringes in the US?

Yes (with some state exceptions: California, Georgia, and Idaho).

The Federal Controlled Substances Act bans the sale or purchase of any substance containing psilocybin (the active ingredient in mature magic mushrooms). This means that psilocybin mushrooms themselves are illegal to cultivate, sell, or trade. The Controlled Substances Act does not make any mention of the spores or mycelium of these mushrooms because:

The spores/immature early-stage mycelium of these mushrooms do not contain any psilocybin.
This is why the sale/purchase/possession of cubensis spores is legal to purchase, sell, trade, or give away in 47 states, while the cultivation of these mushrooms is illegal.

There are some specific state exceptions: California, Georgia, and Idaho have specific state amendments that prohibit the sale or possession of cubensis spores or mycelium, regardless of psilocybin content. That means that we cannot and will not fulfill any orders to California, Georgia, or Idaho that contain any of these products. This is subject to change based on changes in local legislation.