Jack Frost is a fictional snowman in the 1998 Michael Keaton movie, which could be where these mushrooms got their name. This species mixes Dave Wombats True Albino Teacher and Albino Penis Envy, resulting in an all-white beauty of nature.
Jack Frost mushrooms has a very thick stem, similar to that of an Envy or Moab stone. The caps can get very large in diameter, are very thick, and can be rounded or flat with a slight nipple in the center of the cap. The gills will turn a beautiful shade of blue when mature.
Jack Frost mushrooms are veil is minimal, leaving lots of breathing room for carbon dioxide to escape. These mushrooms are extremely potent when we’re talking about psilocybin content.
Jack Frost Spores
Under a microscope, Jack Frost’s spores look similar to normal, Earth-bound psilocybin mushrooms. The spores measure from 5.5 to 8 microns and are elliptical and smooth.
Jack Frost spores have a high content of psilocybin. They can be grown indoors, and have a fast colonization time. A real joy to watch!
Each package comes with a 10ml Luer lock syringe. The spores are placed under aseptic conditions with sterilized water before being filled into the syringe. The syringe is then sealed tightly with a cap. You will also receive a sterilized 18 gauge needle that’s 1.5 inches long. The needle has a Luer-lock tip to be attached to the syringe for easy transferring of spores.
Cultivation of mushrooms containing psilocybin is illegal in the United States. These spores are sold for microscopy and forensic purposes only. Any other use is strictly forbidden by law. As of this writing, only a few species are exempt from this rule, and Blue Meanies are not one of them.