Mazatepec Magic Mushrooms: Historical context
Magic mushrooms from Mazatepec (Psilocybe cubensis Mazatapec), which are native to the mountainous region of Mazatepec and are known for inducing spiritual-type experiences, have effects that are comparable to those of Hualta and other Mexican species. The pileus typically has a bulbous shape, slender, cylindrical stipes, and a coloration that ranges from brown to golden. However, due to the abundance of sporulation in this strain, the pileus may eventually turn purple or black. The caps of this variety remain partially closed, which is one of its distinctive qualities. Mazatepec can be consume by shroom tea.
The indigenous people of the Mazatepec region of Mexico have used Mazatepec for thousands of years in religious ceremonies, and it has a long history in indigenous Mexican and Central American history.
Mazatepec Magic Mushrooms: Habitat
Mountainous region of Mazatepec.
Mazatepec Magic Mushrooms: Taxonomy/Naming
Mazatepec magic mushrooms
Physical Characteristics of the Magic Mushrooms of Mazatepec Pileas
Since this strain has profuse sporulation, the pileus is typically bulbous and might be brown to golden in color before maturing and turning purple or black. The caps of this variety remain partially closed, which is one of its distinctive qualities.
Spores with the Gills spore print are purple and black.
Stipes is cylindrical and thin.
Lemon Tek and Shroom Tea are two common ways to consume Mazatepec.