Golden Teacher Mushrooms


Growers and fans of hallucinogenic mushrooms have always favored Golden Teachers. It’s easy to see why this strain of cubensis is so well-liked; not only will mycophiles enjoy the abundant blooms, but those looking for a “change of course” will also benefit from having such a kind and experienced mentor by their side.

How Potent are Golden Teacher Mushrooms

The GT mushrooms’ psilocybin/psilocin concentration is average for cubensis. Lesser-known alkaloids like baeocystin, norbaeocystin, norpsilocin, aeruginascin, and ß-carbolines undoubtedly contribute to this strain’s unique high.

According to urban legends, Golden Teacher initially appeared in Florida in the mid-1980s. The strain’s golden crowns, lovely speckles, and huge, elegant dimensions make it stand out among copycats.

How to Grow Golden Teacher from Spore

Golden Teachers are generally favored because they nearly guarantee successful harvests on varied substrates for even the most inexperienced grower.

The most common methods for cultivating psilocybin at home are:

  • The PF Tek (easy but low yields).
  • Monotubs (high yields and reasonably simple).
  • Agar to the substrate (a bit more advanced).

Whatever method you use, you will need to work with spawn at some point, the substance on which the mycelium will grow. Spawn comes before substrate. Among the best spawn options are:

  • Oats
  • Bird Seed
  • Popcorn
  • Rye Grain
  • Brown Rice Flour
  • Wheat Grain

Each sort of spawn has advantages and disadvantages (like all things in life). For example, rye preserves moisture better than any other grain, resulting in a larger crop (since mushrooms are 90% water). On the other hand, oatmeal and popcorn are less dense than rye and hence easier to sterilize, making them less susceptible to infection. Before determining which path to choose, you must first examine the intricacies of each sort of spawn.

PF Tek

The PF Tek is ideal for novices because it is simple to set up and produces adequate yields when done correctly. Fill half-pint mason jars with your preferred spawn, preferably using the self-healing lid tek,’ which is available online (uses silicone and Tyvek + a drill bit, quick and inexpensive). Then, using a pressure cooker, sterilize the spawn jars.


Many people choose monotubs because they can provide large yields with minimum effort. Initially, the method is similar to the PF Tek, except that quart or half-gallon mason jars are preferred. Fill the jars with your preferred spawn, sterilize, and inoculate.


Agar is a fundamental tool in microbiology all around the world. Petri dishes containing agar provide the ideal environment for fungi to develop.

It is made from red algae and is commonly used in Asian delicacies as well as a gelatin substitute and thickening for fruit preserves, soups, and ice cream.

Monotubbing departs from the PF Tek approach at this point.

When Should You Harvest a Golden Teacher?

Harvesting is an essential component of the agricultural process, and there is a sweet spot’ or perfect time for harvesting. They won’t realize their full potential if you harvest the mushrooms too soon. If you wait too long, a dense black layer of spores will cover everything in the tub, as well as a minor loss of potency. Spores are not hazardous if consumed in moderation, but they give the finished product an unappealing appearance. Fully opened caps are also more prone to tearing/breakage.

You’ll want to harvest between five to twelve days after you notice your first pins, right before the veil breaches. The veil is the tissue that connects the mushroom cap to the stem and covers the gills.

The best harvesting technique is a simple ‘twist and pulls’ method. Try to pull them out straight. They will take a considerable part of the substrate with them, necessitating an additional cleaning procedure and exposing the substrate to pollutants (like an open wound).

Wearing clean rubber gloves that have been misted with rubbing alcohol before harvesting is also a good idea – our hands contain a lot of potential contaminants.

Golden Teacher mushrooms Spores Available Online

It is legal to purchase Golden Teacher mushrooms spores. How? Golden Teacher mushrooms spores do not contain psilocybin; therefore, because spores do not contain any active hallucinogenic ingredients, they are lawful to buy/sell in almost all states. Unfortunately, California, Georgia, and Idaho have passed legislation prohibiting the selling of Psilocybin mushroom spores (save to researchers/research institutions in California). 

Buying magic mushroom spores online is difficult. So how do you know what you’re obtaining is high quality and will meet your requirements?

On the other hand, buying unregulated products like Psilocybin spores necessitates more caution and proper research than buying a pair of jeans. Look for websites with conventional online credibility indicators, such as about us and contact pages, reviews, a FAQ, and well-known payment methods.

Although it is making great strides into the mainstream, psychedelic culture remains underground. Consider reading reviews before ordering to see if anyone is familiar with the site.

As a last option, contact their customer care. Before you buy, send an email to the site and build a connection to assist in determining the vendor’s validity.

Fungus Head is the best vendor because they use pharmaceutical-grade distilled water in their spore syringes, manufacture everything in clean rooms, and collaborate with experienced mycologists to ensure best practices from spore to syringe.

How to Make a Golden Teacher Psilocybe Cubensis Spore Print

For fungus, a spore is relatively comparable to a seed. Spores are unicellular creatures that perform mushroom reproductive tasks. Using a spore print, you can collect and preserve spores from various fungi you locate and develop.

A spore print is a beautiful dark-purple ring (typically on foil) made up of billions to trillions of tiny spores collected off the top of a mushroom.

It is straightforward to create a spore print. The most crucial factor in mycology, as is often the case, is cleanliness. This prevents other fungal or bacterial spores from contaminating your print. Make your spore print in a place with a little breeze – or any clean, undisturbed space. Kitchens should be avoided owing to the possibility of mold spores.

Keep in mind that the older the cap, the fewer spores and higher amounts of contaminants/insects that may be present.


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