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OfflineMyco007
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Re: Too good to be true technique!
    #295700 - 04/18/01 03:05 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

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Think I get much more from shrooms, 7 quart jars will produce a rough 160 dry grams. 160/3= 53 doseses.
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Re: Too good to be true technique!
    #296591 - 04/19/01 12:22 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Ha, ha, ha. I didn't say it's a wondrous technique. I have no idea. I was ASKING, because the claims were so strong. I've learned that it seems not to really work nearly as effectively as indicated. I don't know what mycelium tek is. I'm investigating how to attain psylocibin in a reasonable, practicable fashion without too many complications or opportunities for things to go wrong.

I don't care if my $15 syringe only produces a dozen or so trips, as opposed to 50, because one trip is worth $20 to me. Plus, you can keep the cycle going.

Have you tried your proposed method? How does one preserve the material? How does one dose it?



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Re: Too good to be true technique! [Re: Myco007]
    #296647 - 04/19/01 01:55 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

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straw?





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Re: Too good to be true technique! [Re: Galugamuth]
    #342759 - 06/17/01 12:53 PM (16 years, 14 days ago)

<<<<I don't care if my $15 syringe only produces a dozen or so trips, as opposed to 50,
because one trip is worth $20 to me. Plus, you can keep the cycle going.>>>>>>

I know just what you mean, like a minimum risk and a minimum yeild would suit your purpose,
which, simply is to get "high". But when you get your spore syringe and bother with the
sterilizing of substrates and keeping things contam free and FINALLY after much attention
and care its all colonized, aren't you already like 3/4 done? It seems a waste to not let the
cake fruit. With some damp perlite, some peroxide and a clear storage box you could grow
actual shrooms man. Fan and mist the box a few times a day. Dont over saturate. Ive
never grown shrooms but ive been slumming around this and other entheogen cultivation
sites and shrooms seem to do pretty good under high (but not complete) humidity and temps
that are comfy for humans (75-->85)GROW MUSHROOMS It'll make you happy.

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Re: Too good to be true technique! [Re: Nagual]
    #342943 - 06/17/01 07:12 PM (16 years, 14 days ago)

I wonder if there's a way to grow mycelium on something very edible. That way you could just start munchin

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Re: Too good to be true technique! [Re: Learyfan]
    #342952 - 06/17/01 07:29 PM (16 years, 14 days ago)

learyfan.. how 'bout a loaf of rye bread? Bake your own inside one of those oven cooking bags. After it cools, innoc w/ mycelia suspension or spores via syringe. Leave inside bag during incubation. Probably great w/ ham & swiss, or would you prefer the club on mycelial rye?



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Re: Too good to be true technique!
    #342993 - 06/17/01 08:43 PM (16 years, 14 days ago)

Guyute I was thinking of trying something like that. It would kinda be like the psilocybin producers guide tek but on a much larger scale. Home brewers use those buckets to ferment their beer, so why can't we use them to ferment our fungi. The only problem is how would you sterilize those monsters, or do you not need to sterilize?



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Re: Too good to be true technique! [Re: Humidity]
    #343007 - 06/17/01 09:31 PM (16 years, 14 days ago)


Brewers use these 5-Gallon glass carboys. There like $16.



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