Magic mushroom spores can be used legally in research, as long as they do not go beyond the spore stage and start germinating, in which case they become illegal. Research in this field is important, because there are studies that indicate a significant therapeutic potential of psilocybin, and these must be continued, in order for the researchers to be able to draw some conclusions.
In this sense, preserving the spores is important, because not all people have access to areas where magic mushrooms grow naturally, and their sale is prohibited.
There are two ways to store best selling reputable mushroom spores: in the form of prints or syringes.
To make prints, the desired mushroom to be imprinted must be cleaned of dirt (without washing it!), the leg of the mushroom must be removed immediately from under the hat, and then the mushroom must be placed, with the blades down, on a piece of paper that can be of various colors (dark paper for white spores and white paper for dark spores). After placing the mushroom in this way, you will be able to have the print in a few hours.
A spore syringe contains sterile water with hydrated spores in it. This solution must be inoculated in a special substrate in order to germinate.