A Psilocybin spore syringe is a small oral syringe filled with a solution of sterile water and mushroom spores. Spore syringes are typically 10cc (or 10mL) and are made in a sterilized lab to eliminate contamination. They are usually stored in a refrigerator until ready for use. When using a syringe it is best to remove it from the fridge 12 hours before injection, allowing it to hydrate completely.
The first step is to prepare the syringe. This can be done by sterilizing the syringe needle and shot glass with a pressure cooker. Start by heating the solution until it reaches 15psi, then lower the temperature and continue to cook for 30 minutes. This will ensure adequate sterilisation.
Next, take the syringe and insert the needle into the shot glass. The syringe should now be loaded with psilocybin mushrooms and ready to use. It is recommended that the syringe be shaken vigorously before use to evenly distribute the spores.
It is always a good idea to perform this procedure in a sterile air box, however it is not necessary. This will dramatically reduce the chances of contamination. Moreover, it is a great way to make sure that you are working with clean equipment. It also helps keep the spores away from airborne contaminants. This will keep them alive and viable for a longer period of time. In most cases, refrigerating a spore syringe will extend the life of the spores by at least another week.