Huautla (Oaxaca) Magic Mushroom

Huautla
Huautla (Oaxaca) Magic Mushroom
The Huautla magic mushroom is a hallucinogenic fungus that belongs to the psilocybe cubensis strain. It was named for the city where it was discovered. Huautla de Jmenez, a small community in Mexico’s state of Oaxaca, is home to an ancient p. cubensis strain. Psilocybe cubensis Huautla recently collected from southern Mexico in the Oaxaca region, close to the village Huautla de jiminez. It has long skinny stalks, and conic to hemispheric caps. An abundant fruiter with fruits from six to ten inches. Colonization temperatures 84/86 degrees F. Fruiting temperatures 74/78 degrees F. is optimal. Psilocybe Cubensis Huautla come from the Oaxaca region in southern Mexico. They are known to be deeply spiritual and have high ratios of psiloben in comparison to other psychedelic strains. These magic mushrooms are known to awaken the user, enabling a clearing of denser energetic and psychic frequencies that may be otherwise difficult to release. The Huautla journey is often longer and more intense than other psychedelic mushroom varieties and thus, is more enjoyable for veteran users. Huautla Magic Mushroom Effects: Like all psilocybin mushrooms, these Huautlas may send a user on a powerful psychedelic trip. These trips usually begin in 30-60 minutes with fairly benign yawning fits, followed by laughter or emotional expression. Peak effects occur after about an hour, and can last for up to six more hours. Some users may experience changes in how they perceive time, as well as visual hallucination. If you’re a newer user, begin by taking a dose between 1 and 1.5 grams. More experienced users can increase their dosage to 2.5 grams. Shamanic doses range from 3-4 grams. Benefits: With neuroprotective and neurogenesis-related functions, psilocybin has often been correlated with anti-depressive, anti-anxiety, and anti-stress benefits. People around the world use it to treat themselves with the various problems plaguing them. However, it’s best to consume within your comfort levels especially if you are new to psychedelics. Consuming magic mushrooms, even once, offer profound healing benefits physically, mentally and emotionally and support conscious expansion and ascension. They often help to overcome lingering and deep-seated issues, stimulate imagination and creativity and have been known to feel as though decades of therapy have taken place in a single journey. Huautla Magic Mushroom Description Our Spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Huautla spores in a syringe, individually packaged, with a sterile needle included. Sales will be declined to Idaho, Georgia, and California. Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States. The purpose of this site is not to grow psilocybin mushrooms. The Huautla strain of psilocybin mushroom spores we carry at Quality Spores is fully authentic—and that’s a pretty big deal, because this particular strain of magic mushrooms played a huge role in the history of psychedelics in the United States. This spore strain is a must-have for any amateur microscopist interested in not only exploring the history of cubensis mushrooms, but also expanding their taxonomy skills. The Huautla spore strain is from the Oaxaca region of Mexico, like many other popular strains. However, there’s something a little special about this one…. Huautla Magic Mushroom A Strain From Huautla de Jiménez, the Town R. Gordon Wasson Visited This spore strain is from the region visited by the famous ethnomycologist R. Gordon Wasson, known for his famous article in Life magazine that ultimately introduced the western world to psychoactive fungi. You can read more about Wasson and what modern day sacred mushroom ceremonies are like in this area of Mexico in our blog post Legacies of the Florentine Codex: Sacred Mushroom Ceremonies in Modern Mexico. After Wasson’s article came out in Life, it’s rumored that a pilgrimage of sorts was started. Famous musicians like Bob Dylan and John Lennon are said to have visited the same town (then a village) as Wasson, so that they too could experience the sacred mushroom ceremony lead by the Mazatec shaman María Sabina. It’s a fascinating story—and it makes studying this spore strain a real treat.

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