Nepal Spore Syringe


These small-medium sized mushrooms, found in Nepal’s Chitwan region, are relatively easy to find in autumn. This strain thrives in sterilized compost, but it also tolerates other nutrient bases. Mycellium colonizes quickly and is an excellent strain for studying under the microscope.



Our Spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Nepal spores in a syringe that has been individually packaged, as well as a sterile needle. For Psilocybe cubensis spore research, a magnification of 1000x or higher is recommended. Sales will fall in Idaho, Georgia, and California.

Spores should be used only for microscopy and taxonomy. The images displayed are only for educational purposes and are from cultivators and labs outside of the United States. Cultivation is illegal in many countries, including the United States. The purpose of this website is not to grow psilocybin mushrooms.


Nepal is known for many things, including most of the world’s tallest mountains, beautiful, sprawling forests, and some of the world’s most fertile land, but most people are unaware that it is also home to one of the best Psilocybe cubensis strains, particularly in the Chitwan province.

If you want to have a one-of-a-kind experience that only the most discerning microscopists have had, you should order our Nepal spore syringe kit right away.

Let’s take a look at this lovely strain and see what all the fuss is about:

From Chitwan, Nepal to Your Microscope Slide: An Authentic Nepal Spore Strain Composed of Only High-Quality Spores
Consider yourself in the Chitwan province of Nepal. Perhaps you’re deep in the valley, surrounded by mountains—the Mahabharat range on one side and the Siwalik range on the other. The cool, crisp Himalayan air reaches your nostrils, and you can truly feel the presence of nature all around you.

That’s what studying our Nepal spore strain is like: a rich, earthy experience with an air of adventure and exotic exploration into uncharted territory.

This Nepal strain of Psilocybe Cubensis has an interesting appearance in the wild.
In the wilds of Chitwan, the mature Nepal strain takes on a fascinating, almost alien appearance. It has concave caps with a cinnamon undertone. The organism’s resting state is white. A small, 20-70 millimeter cap sits atop a thick, powerful stem, giving the impression of a flying saucer. The prints are dark purple due to the high spore production, which contrasts nicely with the otherwise completely white gills.

It’s fascinating to see the fungi’s early stages of development through the lens of a microscope. Observers will notice how durable the spores appear, as with other spores from a subtropical climate, as if the mountain air of their original home had prepared them to be resistant to contamination.

Because of its rich history, the Nepal Spore Strain provides an opportunity for historical exploration.
If you haven’t already read our article Mushrooms and Humanity, we strongly advise you to do so as soon as you place your order for this Nepal psilocybin mushroom spore strain. You’ll learn how long the relationship between people and strains of Psilocybe cubensis like this one has existed. Understanding the history, geography, and anthropological foundations of any given spore strain is an excellent way to broaden your knowledge.

Want to try something new but don’t want to deal with the difficulty of a more advanced strain? Your vacation destination is Nepal.
Despite its distinct characteristics, our Nepal spore strain is ideal for beginners who want to try something new while keeping things simple to learn. Our spores are of the highest quality, always viable, and contaminant-free. We invite you to try our Nepal strain, and we believe you will enjoy it! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our excellent customer service.