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Jack Frost Spores
Jack Frost Spores come from the T.A.T Syndicate. The variety is a cross of True Albino Teacher – an albino variety of Golden Teacher – and Albino Penis Envy with clear spores and visually stunning fruits.
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Jack Frost Mushroom Spores for Sale
Jack Frost mushroom spores have quickly grown in popularity in the short time since their discovery. Jack Frost spores come from the True Albino Teacher (TAT) syndicate. TAT mushroom genetics are relatively new to the mycology community. The fruits of the Jack Frost mushroom spores have white stalks, white caps, and blue gills—and look as though they are covered in snow. It’s a visually stunning mushroom with equally impressive spores that are amazing to view under the microscope!
Because it’s a relatively new strain, the history of Jack Frost spores is not vast. The TAT syndicate began with Jik Fibs, a mycologist who saw an albino mutation in a group of Golden Teachers. Fibs isolated and stabilized the genetics, which marked the beginnings of the TAT syndicate. TAT mushroom genetics is a new, exciting line for the mycology community.
Jack Frost is a hybrid between two highly acclaimed mushroom varieties:
- True Albino Teacher – an albino variety of the legendary Golden Teacher strain
- Albino Penis Envy – an albino variety of the classic Penis Envy strain
The Jack Frost strain is highly sought after in the microscopy community and a must-have in any spore collection.
All of our spores are curated in sterile conditions and harvested under a large Series IV laminar flow hood developed by Paul Stamets. The HEPA filter has a 99.99% efficient micron filter to ensure our spores are of the highest purity. All of our orders are back by our guarantee.
Swab kit includes a syringe, or two swabs with thousands of spores and product flyer in a plastic pouch.
Orders are shipped within 24 hours for $10.00 via USPS priority shipping, with tracking.
*Note: All pictures are for reference, only. We source our spores from outside of the United States in a jurisdiction where cultivation is legal. Our spores are NOT intended for cultivation and are for research, only.
1. What are Jack Frost mushrooms?
Jack Frost mushrooms are a variety of Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms. Jack Frost mushrooms are a designer strain created by the TAT (True Albino Teacher) Syndicate Their name comes from their distinctive frosty white color. They are a cross between two other strains: the Albino Penis Envy and the True Albino Teacher. These mushrooms are known for their high psilocybin content, which is the compound responsible for their psychedelic effects. However, the potency can vary depending on specific growing conditions. While they are not naturally occurring, they have become popular among those who cultivate their own mushrooms for personal use in the United States.
2. Can I cultivate Jack Frost mushrooms at home?
Cultivating Jack Frost mushrooms is no different than cultivating any other cubensis variety. While cultivating Jack Frost mushrooms at home is not difficult, it’s important to note that psilocybin, the active compound in these mushrooms, is illegal in most jurisdictions in the United States. Jack Frost spores, like any other psilocybin mushroom sporres, are legal, except in Georgia and Idaho. Always be aware of the laws in your area. Enthusiasts can explore mycology forums and literature for experimental methods.
3. Are Jack Frost mushrooms used for medicinal purposes?
Jack Frost mushrooms are not currently approved by the FDA for any specific medicinal use. However, there are ongoing studies examining the effectiveness of using psilocybin to treat a variety of mental health issues including depression. However, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before using them for medicinal purposes.
4. Where are Jack Frost mushrooms typically found?
Jack Frost mushrooms were created in the lab, so they are not known to be found in nature.
5. Can Jack Frost mushrooms be grown indoors?
Yes, Jack Frost mushrooms can be grown indoors Enthusiasts may explore mycology resources for potential techniques, but caution is advised. They can be grown on a variety of substrates, including grain and bird seed.Like any cubensis variety, cultivation of Jack Frost mushrooms requires a humid environment with a temperature of around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. You can use a variety of methods to grow Jack Frost mushrooms indoors, including spawn bags and PF Tek.
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