The product is intended for research and collection purposes only.
The Thai Growkit is a set that allows for microscopic studies of the early stages of mycelium development of the Psilocybe Cubensis species. This Cuban cap variety is an ideal choice for anyone wanting to begin their journey in mycology or to expand their knowledge about this fascinating species. The Thai Growkit enables detailed observations and studies of the characteristic features of the mycelium, which is extremely valuable for both beginners and experienced mycology enthusiasts.
Thai Growkit - Thailand
The hot and humid climate of Thailand creates an ideal environment for the Psilocybe Cubensis species, whose mycelium can be found in the Thai Growkit. This variety, also known as "Koh Samui" referencing the Thai island rich in many species of psychoactive mushrooms, is valued for its exceptional vitality and abundance of fruit bodies. Thailand, with its rich history and culture, is a place where psychedelic mushrooms have long been an integral part of the traditions and customs of the indigenous population. The Thai Growkit offers not only the opportunity to study this fascinating variety but also to delve into the cultural aspects of its use.
With the Thai Growkit, users can experience not only the beauty and mysteries of the Psilocybe Cubensis mycelium but also learn about a part of Thai culture, where these mushrooms are an important part of spiritual and social life. This kit is carefully prepared to provide the best conditions for growth and observation, making it an excellent choice for anyone who wants to explore the world of psychoactive mushrooms in a safe and controlled manner. We invite you to uncover the secrets of this extraordinary variety and discover its endless research possibilities.
The set includes a plastic box with Psilocybe Cubensis Golden Teacher variety mycelium, a plastic growbag, a clip, and a special thermometer for monitoring temperature. We recommend storing the product in cool conditions, at temperatures of 2-4 degrees Celsius, to prevent fruiting.