There are no International, or Federal laws regarding psilocybe cubensis spores. Our mushroom spores are 100% legal for microscopic research purposes in 47 states. California, Idaho and Georgia have laws prohibiting the possession of mushroom spores. However do your own research, since we can't give advice about your exact location/situation.
We are a vendor of microscopic supplies. Our spores are exclusively for microscopic research purposes only. Any mention of cultivation of any sort with our products, will result in a canceled order, and/or no longer being able to purchase from us.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Apple Pay, ACH, e-check, and most major cryptocurrencies. An additional 1% fee for International transactions charged by our payment processor will be added.
The hydrated spore syringes we stock have a recommended shelf life of 2 years when stored correctly. Store in a cool, dark place. Never let them freeze. They will do just fine for 6-12 months in your refrigerator.
Please allow 1-2 business days for your order to be processed. Once processed, your order will be shipped by USPS or Ground Shipping (1-3) business days. A tracking number will be sent via email so you can easily track your package. In rare cases it might occur that we do not have the product(s) in stock. When this is the case we will send you an email giving you other options, and maybe a freebie for the trouble.
Anywhere we legally can! Although, not all products can be shipped to every country. Unfortunately we cannot ship to Georgia, Idaho, or California at this time. However CA SB 519 may soon allow us to ship to California. Check back for updates! We're right there with you Cali.
Depending on the order size, we use Bubble Padded Envelopes, or standard flat rate boxes. There is no reference to our site name (White Rabbit Spores), or to the products you ordered on the outside of the package. No invoice is included in the package, as it will be sent by email.
We primarily use white mailer BOXES, or bubble padded envelopes to ship your order securely, so 99.99% of the time this is not an issue, but if your spores are ever damaged during shipping, please email us at [email protected] with a photo, and order number of the damaged package within 7 days of delivery. Make sure the picture is clear to see any damage. We will send you a replacement syringe free of charge. We want you to be happy with our products, and service!
Yes it is perfectly normal. Mushroom spores like to clump together. So before you start your research, vigorously shake the syringe to evenly distribute the spores throughout your sample. Keep in mind there are thousands of mushroom spores in the syringe and most are not visible with the human eye.
Each ordered item contains:
✔ One- 10cc Syringe containing distilled water, loaded with the spores of choice.
✔ One- Sterile needle (size may vary).
✔ One- Alcohol prep pad.
Spores range in size from 11-17 X 8-11 micrometers (µm) which is one-millionth of a meter. It’s important to keep in mind spores are about 1/10 the diameter as the tip of a hair. It takes thousands of spores clumped together before a tiny spec can be seen with your naked eye. This is crucial to note as despite not being able to see spores in every single drop, we load the solution with so many spores each drop is still more than viable.
The prints that we source are as clean as they come with many precautions taken to prevent as many contaminants as possible. However, there are still factors that you can never control or prevent. Overloaded, or “black” syringes can be a bad thing. This is because if spores can never be 100% sterile, then the more spores you add to the solution the higher the chance you are also introducing a contaminant. People have also reported buying extremely dark syringes near black with thousands of spore clumps in them, just to examine the sample under a microscope and find what looked to be activated charcoal, to give the appearance of more spores. Dark syringes are a marketing gimmick, we believe our customers would rather have a quality product. You should rarely be able to see spores with the naked eye!