Huautla Magic Mushrooms
Huautla Magic Mushrooms: Background
Huautla magic mushrooms (Psilocybe cubensis Huautla) finds its origins in Huautla de Jímenez, a small village in the Oaxaca state of Mexico, where R. Gordon Wasson, an amateur mycologist, was the first westerner to partake in a Mazatec ritual in 1955.
Huautla magic mushrooms typically produces medium sized mushrooms, with a broad cap (pileus) ranging from light brown to caramel in colour, which are turned purple/black in maturity due to prolific sporulation. Effects of Huautla are regarded as spiritual or mystical, sometimes eliciting out of body experiences and even perceived entity encounters.
Huautla Magic Mushrooms: Habitat
Huautla Magic Mushrooms: Taxonomy/Naming
Huautla Magic Mushrooms: Physical Description
A broad pileus ranging from light brown to caramel in colour, which turn purple/black in maturity due to prolific sporulation.