Jack Frost mushrooms are an all-white hybrid of the True Albino Teacher and Albino Penis Envy magic mushroom strains, resulting in a stunning new strain. This rare strain is becoming quite popular among amateur mycologists, and for good reason. It’s a stunning mushroom, with equally stunning spores that are a delight to view under a microscope.
Because it’s a new strain, the history of Jack Frost magic mushrooms isn’t very vast. However, in the short time it’s been available, it’s created quite a stir. Jack Frost is a hybrid of two distinct magic mushroom strains known as Dave Wombats True Albino Teacher and the Albino Penis Envy. True Albino Teacher is unique among Golden Teacher magic mushroom species because it is fully albino. True Albino Teacher was named after a strain of pure white Golden Teachers discovered and isolated by a few well-known mushroom producers. As a result, the Jack Frost magic mushroom spores were born.
It’s all about the aesthetics with Jack Frost magic mushrooms. Jack Frost mushrooms appear like they’ve been covered in snow when they’re new. The caps are a flat white color that curls upwards and usually has blue gills. When the Jack Frost magic mushrooms are completely dried, they retain their pristine white hue. However, you may observe blue or even dark blue dots. These marks are known as bruises, and they might occur as a result of harvest, transit, or storage. Bruising is quite normal, and it’s nothing to be concerned about because it has no effect on the mushroom’s potency or safety.
Jack Frost was developed by Dave Wombat by crossing his original True Albino Teacher with Albino Penis Envy. We’re grateful that his magnificent magic mushroom strain exists at all.
Shaman Mushroom Spores’ unique spore syringe kit includes one 10ml syringe of Jack Frost mushroom spores research solution in a sterile liquid with a sterile needle included in the kit.
Note: Shaman Mushroom Spores is proud to sell psilocybin mushroom spores and psilocybe cubensis spores for the purpose of mycology research and study via microscopes. It is not federally legal in the United States to cultivate psychedelic mushroom spores or ingest psychedelic mushrooms.