Spore vials are produced under sterile conditions and should be kept dark and refrigerated (2-8°C) to increase their lifespan.
Just 1ml of solution is needed to colonize 1 liter of substrate.
Origin: Exact origin unknown, between Guadalajara and Talpa, Mexico
Caps: 20-50 mm, Conic and bell shaped. Brown to light brown color.
Stem: 20-60+ mm, very tiny and light brown of color
Spores: Dark purple brown.
Comment: High in potency
Common names used for the Psilocybe Mexicana: Amokid (Chinantec), Angelito (Spanish, ‘little angel’), Atkat (Mixe), Chamaquillo (Spanish, ‘little boy’), Cuiyajotoki (Catino), Dichitonize (Mazatec), Kongk (Mixe), Little Bird, Mbey-san (Zapotec), Nashwinmush (Mixe, ‘earth mushroom’ or ‘world mushroom’), Ndishitjonise (Mazatec), Nize (Mazatic, ‘little bird’), Pajarito (Spanish, ‘little bird’), Pi-tpa (Mixe), Teonanacatl (Aztec), Teotlaquilnanacatl (Nahuatl) Source:Entheology.com
Other sclerotia (magic truffle) producing Psilocybe mushroom strains are: Psilocybe Galindoi and the Psilocybe Tampanensis
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