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OfflinePinkFloyd
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Too cold to mail order syringes?
    #1242376 - 01/23/03 10:00 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Just a thought. I recently found the Penis Envy Strain available in syringe form only. The same site also has Malabar which looks like a cool strain to grow also, but only in syringes. I have to assume that with the weather being so damn cold all over the US, that the syringes will at some point freeze possibly breaking the syringe itself or harming the spores. Does anyone have any experience? Might just wait till it warms up to order...but Penis envy seems to be pretty rare. Afraid if I wait it'll be gone. (I've heard the Penis Envy is pretty stingy with their spore droppings)


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Re: Too cold to mail order syringes? [Re: PinkFloyd]
    #1242491 - 01/23/03 10:35 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

Go ahead and order it man. It should be fine! It probably wont even be frozen when you recieve it unless it sits on your doorstep too long. Even if it does the spores should still be good once it thaws.


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Re: Too cold to mail order syringes? [Re: PinkFloyd]
    #1244640 - 01/24/03 03:52 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

I received a package of frozen syringes and it did nothing whatsoever to affect them, just thaw and use.


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Re: Too cold to mail order syringes? [Re: debianlinux]
    #1244744 - 01/24/03 04:53 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

I live in North Western Canada, i got 15 syringes not a single frozen, u will be fine, the temp was like -27 Celcius


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