Buy Psilocybe Mexicana Online
Buy Psilocybe Mexicana Online, popularly known as the Mexican liberty cap, is a mildly to highly psychedelic mushroom native to the Mesoamerican region. Psilocybe Mexicana is a saprophytic, hygrophanous, sclerotium-forming mushroom found primarily in manure-rich grasslands and pastures.
Psilocybe Mexicana has an intriguing history. For almost 2,000 years, indigenous tribes in Central America have used these mushroom species for ceremonial purposes, according to historical and archeological evidence.
Psilocybe Mexicana For Sale, for example, was revered as a holy sacrament in Aztec culture and was known as “teonanacatl,” or God’s flesh.
Unfortunately, the early exploratory period of the Mesoamericas during the sixteenth century by Spanish conquistadors accompanied by missionaries forced such mushroom ceremonies into secrecy, as misguided Catholic missionaries persecuted those who were caught using them in their campaign against “pagan idolatry.”
However, several decades later, the eminent French mycologist Roger Heim traveled to Mexico and rediscovered and classified Psilocybe Mexicana, bringing back samples for laboratory culture. Dr. Albert Hofmann, a well-known Swiss chemist, discovered and identified the hallucinogenic chemicals psilocybin and psilocin from lab-grown samples in 1958.
Buy Psilocybe Mexicana Identification and Description
- Cap: This species’ cap measures 0.5 to 3 centimeters in diameter. When young, it has a conic to campanulate to subumbonate shape, but when mature, it becomes convex, with a little raised portion in the middle (umbo). When wet, the surface is viscid to smooth, with striations running from the margin to the disc. The margin may be adorned with fine fibers at times. As previously said, P. Mexicana is a hygrophanous mushroom, which means that its color changes as it ages, therefore it is brownish to deep orangish-brown, fading in drying to yellow, becoming opaque with bluish or greenish tones with age or when wounded.
- Gills: Gills are adnate to adnexed, sometimes sinuate. Pale grey to dark purplish brown with spore maturity, often with whitish edges
- Stem: The stem is 4 to 12.5 centimeters in length and 1 to 3 millimeters in thickness. It is smooth and hollow, and it narrows towards the base. The stem is straw yellow to brownish in hue when new, darkening with age or when injured. On the upper section of the stem, there may be a sparsely fibrillose partial veil remnant.
- Spore: Spores of this species are dark purplish-brown to blackish purple-brown. Ellipsoid to subellipsoid in side view, and subrhomboid in face view. The size of the spores is 8-9.9 by 5.5-7.7 micrometers.
- Spore Print: The spore print of P. Mexicana is dark purple-brown.
- Odor and Taste: The smell and taste of this species are said to be farinaceous, which means resembling flour.
- Edibility: P. Mexicana is edible but produces psychoactive effects, thus caution is advised.
- Habitat: This species grows alone or in small groups in grass fields, meadows, and field-forest interfaces that are frequently grazed by sheep, horses, cattle, yaks, water buffalo, bison, lamas, or other domesticated animals and are thus rich in manure, which this species requires in order to thrive. Furthermore, P. Mexicana demands a moist climate (800-3000 millimeters of rainfall) for optimal growth and is hence most usually found at or below elevations of 1000-1800 meters above sea level in limestone regions.
- Sclerotia: P. Mexicana has the ability to create a sclerotium, which is a dry, hardened, nutlike structure that indicates a dormant stage of the mushroom. Sclerotium-forming mushrooms, like this one, use this latent state as a defense mechanism against environmental disasters like repeated fires that ravage grassland ecosystems.
- Range: Buy Psilocybe Mexicana is endemic to Central and South America and can be found growing from May through October in subtropical regions of Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and Costa Rica.
Psilocybe mexicana resembles other Psilocybe species such as P. cubensis, P. azurescens, P. semilanceata, P. cyanescens, and P. baeocystis.Although identifying the genus Psilocybe by its golden brown hue and proclivity to become blue speckled when injured is simple, distinguishing one species from the next can be difficult.
Psilocybe mexicana and Psilocybe cubensis, for example, both enjoy dung deposits in grasslands.Differentiating between species is mostly based on morphological and microscopic characteristics; here is an example of a side-by-side comparison of the aforementioned species.
Psilocybe Mexicana vs P. cubensis
|Variable, usually brownish, to deep orangish brown, with conical/campanulate/convex shape with an umbo.
|Variable, usually brownish, rounded or flattish top.
|Narrow towards base with no ring.
|Well-developed, persistent ring.
|Subtropics of Central and South America.
|Most tropical and subtropical areas worldwide.
As it is obvious, discriminating between species can be difficult. As a result, mycophiles should pay close attention to all of the factors that comprise a mushroom identification, and beginners should have experienced mycophiles with them.
Buy Psilocybe Mexicana Potency
There is no precise estimate of how many hallucinogenic compounds are present in this fungus. Heim and Hoffman recorded 0.25% psilocybin and 0.15% psilocin in P. Mexicana in their descriptions.This renders this species weaker in comparison to other Psilocybe species like P. cubensis and P. azurescens.
It should be emphasized, however, that the potency of any given mushroom is based on its state (raw versus dried), manner of ingestion, individual physiologic sensitivity, as well as the methods and environment of development.
For example, Jochen Gartz’s book “Magic Mushrooms Around the World” demonstrates this variation in potency. Psilocybin levels in Psilocybe mexicana are comparable to those discovered in Inocybe aeruginascens, and he goes on to report psilocybin content percentages of five separate dried samples of Inocybe aeruginascens from diverse locales.
As a result, potency can vary greatly, and it is recommended to err on the side of caution and begin with moderate dosages, as you can always take more, but you can never take less!
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Check out our general magic mushroom dosage guide if you want to attempt and find a dose of Psilocybe mexicana that works for you. You can also use our magic mushroom dosage calculator, which allows you to select from six dosage levels, including microdose and heroic dose. Lemon Tek and Shroom Tea are two popular ways to consume Psilocybe mexicana.
Psilocybe Mexicana For Sale Effects and Toxicity
P. mexicana’s physical and mental effects show within 20-30 minutes of administration and last on average 6 to 8 hours, although they can last up to 12 to 24 hours. The chemical psilocybin is rapidly dephosphorylated after administration to the more hallucinogenic molecule psilocin.
Regrettably, the processes by which these substances exert their effects are unknown. They are thought to change serotonin concentrations in the brain and have varying degrees of sympathomimetic effects.
P. mexicana’s central nervous system (CNS) effects are very comparable to those of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), but much less strong and last much shorter. Visual hallucinations with brilliant colors, kaleidoscopic events, flashes of light, synesthesia (“seeing sounds”), bewilderment, disorientation, inappropriate behavior, and emotional lability are examples of central nervous system impacts.
Although most people describe these CNS effects as pleasurable, others may have frightening dysphoric reactions that end in acute panic, psychosis, or sadness. Pupil dilation, hyperreflexia, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, and dry mouth are some of the physical symptoms.
Other less common side effects include changed feelings, blushing, unmotivated laughing, nonsensical or improper speech, drowsiness, and nausea and vomiting.
Under normal conditions, the consequences of P. mexicana ingestion are not life-threatening when taken in moderation, but because “Dose Makes the Poison,” overdose and death can occur if excessive amounts are swallowed.
Growing VS. Buying Psilocybe mexicana
It is prohibited in the United States to cultivate or purchase mature Psilocybe mushrooms. Individuals in some states of the United States, however, may purchase P. mexicana spores and sclerotia for microscopy, taxonomy, and general “research” purposes. As a result, before you decide to produce or buy mushrooms, verify your local legislation.
Roger Heim and his colleagues in France initially cultivated P. mexicana in the late 1950s. Overall, this species is not difficult to cultivate and can easily produce enormous mushrooms.
However, due to its legality and reduced potency per dry weight compared to mature mushrooms, most home growers currently prefer to produce sclerotia rather than adult mushrooms.
To generate sclerotia, P. Mexicana must be grown in dark, nutrient-rich environments, such as lolium (rye grass) seeds, for three to twelve weeks. Adult mushrooms will grow in a week or two if cultures are exposed to daylight and less nutrient-rich growth conditions.
Individuals who wish to acquire adult mushrooms, while ILLEGAL, can obtain P. mexicana spores, which are legal in most locations in the United locations, and grow them on their own. However, if they want to have sclerotia, they can either buy it or grow it themselves.
Finally, before purchasing or producing this species, make sure to educate yourself with the nuances of local law concerning Psilocybe mushrooms.