Psilocybe Mexicana For Sale
The Psilocybe Mexicana is one of the most famous and most popular magic truffle species in existence. The native people of South America have been using the Psilocybe Mexicana in spiritual rituals for thousands of years. It comes with a very pleasant and warm trip which will not be forgotten quickly. This species is perfect for beginners because it is not very strong.
This magic mushroom was discovered in 1958 by the American mycologist Robert Watson. By that I mean that from that moment on people from the Western world started to experiment with it. Because the Mayans, Aztecs and all kinds of other population groups from Middle and South America have been using this mushroom for thousands of years and called it ‘flesh of the gods’ because of its powerful effect.
The Psilocybe has been the subject of many studies. A beautiful quote from psychologist Timothy Leary, specialised in psychedelic drugs, after the use of Psilocybe Mexicana: “In four hours I learned more about the mind, the brain and its structures than I did in the preceding 15 years as a diligent psychologist”.
I am sure that you will also experience something very special after the use of these truffles. It is the mildest species from our assortment, but it should not be underestimate . The most important effects of the Psilocybe Mexicana are a light euphoric sensation, a joyous heart and sharpened perception. Ideal to take with friends, because the trip is not so intense.
Much of our understanding of religion in the Americas comes from eyewitness written accounts of Spanish priests of the ritual and/or medicinal use of psychoactive mushrooms by Native Americans during the early exploratory period in Meso-America. In 1656, Francisco Hernández de Toledo, physician to the King of Spain, wrote a guide for missionaries to the New World in which he describe the various mushrooms that were eaten by the natives, including some species that cause a kind of “madness” bringing “before the eyes all kinds of things, such as wars and the likeness of demons.”
The majority of these “mushroom cults” used liberty caps (Psilocybe mexicana or other Psilocybe spp.) Some accounts note that the mushrooms were mixe with mescal (pulque), a naturally ferment beverage obtain from agaves and drunk like wine. It was also known to be mix with chocolate (Theobroma cacao). Over generations, many later scholars dismissed these early accounts as fiction. In the late 1930s, a young Harvard botanist, Richard Evans Schultes, made history by his pioneering studies of shamanistic mushroom use by Indians in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.