Jalisco Psilocybe Mexicana Spores
The Psilocybe Mexicana is the mushroom strain Albert Hofmann isolated psilocybin and psilocin from in 1958. The Jalisco is a very good sclerotia producing variation of the P. Mexicana, but will also fruit mexican mushrooms on the right casing layer. The Mexicana is also know as Teonanacatl or God's Flesh and used in Aztec culture.
Availability: Out of stock
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.
Contents of the P. mexicana spore vial
General information about the Psilocybe Mexicana mushrooms spores
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
Classification of the Psilocybe Mexicana mushroom
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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