The Blue Meanie spores syringe microscopy kit comes with 10ml of authentic Blue Meanie spores in a syringe, individually packaged, and a sterile needle. Idaho, Georgia, and California will see a decrease in sales.
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Because of its general hardiness and extremely potent educational opportunities, Blue Meanie is one of the most sought after strains by the amateur microscopy community. If you’re reading this page while we have a spore strain in stock, we urge you to place your order as soon as possible—these are quite possible.
Meanwhile, let’s learn a little bit more about this strain. What exactly makes it such a jerk?
What is the significance of the name “Blue Meanie Strain” for this mushroom strain?
The Blue Meanie spore strain gets its name from the wild properties of this fungus. The mature fruiting body of a psilocybin mushroom contains a significant amount of the psychedelic compound in its flesh. When bruised, the Blue Meanie strain, like most psilocybin mushrooms, will show a colorful bruising—in this case, blue.
Some cubensis mushrooms bruise in a green or purple color. However, blue indicates a high psilocybin content; as you might expect, Blue Meanies spores are potent in this regard. The discoloration seen during bruising is caused by a chemical reaction that occurs when psilocybin comes into contact with air. More information on psilocybin mushroom coloration and bruising can be found in our article How to Identify Psilocybin Mushrooms.
How a Warm, Tropical Climate Produces the Blue Meanie Strain’s Strong, Contaminant-Resistant Fungi Genetics
The Blue Meanie spore strain is native to Australia’s southeast. If you’ve ever been there, you know it’s a very warm, tropical region with a lot of competition from other fungi and plant life. This is why the Blue Meanie strain is so tough—it has to be in order to survive in the wild in its natural environment.
Because of its tough rhizomorphic mycelium, this strain will colonize quickly in the wild. This eventually leads to a plethora of mature fruiting bodies and repeated flushes. The mature mushroom is medium in size but, as previously stated, quite potent due to its high psilocybin content.
Blue Meanie spores exhibit the precursors to these characteristics under the microscope. Amateur microscopists who want to study spores of a fungus that has evolved to survive in a harsh competitive environment will appreciate the opportunity provided by the Blue Meanie spore strain.
How to Find Out More About Blue Meanie Psilocybin Mushroom Spores
If you’d like to learn more about psilocybin mushroom spores like Golden Teacher spores or the potent Blue Meanie strain, we invite you to look through some of the other content we’ve put together for you. Learning more about amateur microscopy is a good place to start. Then, in the article Why Are Magic Mushroom Spores Legal?, we discuss some of our legal considerations. Finally, take a look at The Psilocybe Philosophy, our frequently updated blog.
Please place your order with confidence. Our Blue Meanies mushroom spores come from a well-known supplier to the amateur microscopy community, who specializes in exotic mushroom spores. All spore syringes are packed with spores—never underfilled, as you may have encountered with other vendors—and are guaranteed to be authentic and contaminant free.