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The shining golden caps and wise teachings give this mushroom its rightful name. Golden Teacher mushrooms are of the most popular and common strains of magic mushrooms. It’s a favorite amongst psychonauts around the world for its profound psychedelic journey. They are best known for their shamanistic properties, or spiritual effects rather than solely “tripping”, and moderate levels of psilocybin and psilocin.
Consuming golden teacher cogenesis will give a feeling of enlightenment, they will help you connect with nature. Amazing ability to heal the mind and spirit. These psychedelic magic mushrooms are for both beginners and veterans.
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Golden Teacher mushrooms One of the most exciting things about growing your own golden teacher cubensis mushrooms is intimately learning the mushroom lifecycle. Mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of the fungus, analogous to the fruits of a tree.
1. Preparing the jars:
- Using a hammer and nail, create 4 evenly-spaced holes on the 5 jar lids. Make the hole near the rim, close to the edges. Disinfect the hammer and nail by wiping with 70% isopropyl alcohol before puncturing the lids.
2. Preparing the substrate:
- The basic substrate recipe calls for 1 part brown rice flour-2 parts vermiculite-1 part water.
- In the mixing bowl, combine 2 cups of vermiculite, 1 tablespoon of gypsum, and 1 cup of water. Mix well.
- Add 1 cup of brown rice flour to the mixture. Mix everything well again.
3. Fill the jars:
- Add the mixture into the 5 canning jars equally, filling to ½ inch below the rims. Be sure not to compress the mix into the jars. You want the substrate to be loose and airy.
- Using a paper towel, wipe away any moisture or substrate mixture that may be present on the remaining ½ inch of jar space. Then, sterilize this space by wiping it with 70% alcohol.
- Top off the jars with dry vermiculite. This vermiculite layer acts as an extra barrier against opportunistic mold and germs.
4. Sterilize the substrate:
Note: At this stage, the substrate mixture is contaminated with mold spores and bacteria, which would outcompete the mycelium if left inside. We must, therefore, sterilize the substrate before inoculating the substrate with the mushroom spores.
- Screw on the lids and cover the top with heavy-duty aluminum foil. The foil prevents any moisture from entering the jars during the sterilization process.
- Before placing the jars in the pressure cooker or pot, you want to make sure the bottom of the jars do not make direct contact with the base of the pressure cooker or pot. To elevate the jars, place a small, thin towel on the base, and arrange the jars on top of that. Alternatively, add jar lid rings to the base of the pan to elevate the jars from the base.
- Add cold water to the pot. The water level should be almost halfway up the side of the jars, a few inches from the base.
- Bring the pot to a slow boil. Place the tight-fitting lid on and let steam for 90 minutes. Be sure the jars are upright throughout the process.
- For the pressure cooker: Once the jars are arranged inside, set it to 15 PSI. Heat it on high until pressure is reached, then reduce heat and keep it in pressure for 1 hour.
- Once the 60 or 90 minutes is up (for the pressure cooker or pot, respectively), turn off the heat and let them cool for 8-10 hours. Don’t open up the pressure cooker or pot until this is done.
Preparatory sanitary measures for Golden Teacher mushrooms:
- When the jars have cooled (8-10 hours later), open up the pot or pressure cooker and move the sterilized jars to a room with minimal airflow, such as a bathroom.
- Thoroughly wash your hands and arms with soap and water, then put on the gloves and mask.
Inject the spores :
- Remove the aluminum foil lid from the first jar. Rub your gloved hands down with 70% isopropyl alcohol and wait for it to evaporate.
- Shake the syringe well, then insert the needle all the way into one of the holes. Tilt the syringe so the needle tip touches the side of the jar.
- Inject approximately ¼ cc (¼ mL) of spore solution.
- Repeat for the other three holes, totaling about 1cc of spore solution per jar. Be sure to sterilize the needle tip with alcohol before each hole. Additionally, shake the syringe before each hole to evenly distribute the spores in the solution.
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