Buy Psilocybe cubensis Mazatapec Spores
This strain is great! Extremely rizomorphic mycelium, thick meaty stems and caps. One unique characteristic about this strain is the caps stay partially closed (most won’t flatten out) Buy Mazatapec psilocybe cubensis spore. The closed cap blocks the printing a bit but these will print dark where the spores can fall out. Stem tends to stay near the same thickness all the way up to the cap.
Grow info: This easy to cultivate magic mushroom spores is a good strain to start with if you are a beginner.
The size of the mushroom is average, and the cap is particularly unique shaped.
It won’t open very quickly though, only at the very last moment.
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Another fantastic cubensis from Mexico is these spores collected by the Mazatec Indians near Huautla de Jimenez, Mexico. This is one of the magic mushrooms used by the Mazatec Indians of the area in shaman ceremonies, which was generally used to heal pain. A little history on psilocybin mushrooms Buy Mazatapec psilocybe cubensis spore , it was these very shamans from Mexico that helped make psilocybe mushrooms known to the world. Back in 1956 a mushroom enthusiast named Gordon Wasson took a team of researchers to Huatla de Jiminez Mexico to learn about psilocybin mushrooms and the shamanic ceremonies of the now famous shaman Maria Sabina. Time Life magazine published their story and pictures in Life magazine in 1957 and the world became aware of these sacred mushrooms. It’s a very interesting story that can be read in a great book on the subject is Sacred Mushroom Seeker: Tributes to R. Gordon Wasson. In the near future, we will posting the very issue from Time Life 1957 for you all to read. Some other species of spores we carry from the sacred mushrooms used in the famous shaman ceremonies by Maria Sabina are the ps. Mexicana. And we occasionally carry spores from ps. zapotecorum, ps. caerulescens and ps. aztecorum. Psilocybe cubensis Mazatapec Spores for sale
Mazatapec psilocybe cubensis Spore print
The Mazatapec spore prints are made on sterile foil which is stored in sterile ziplock bag and kept under refrigerated conditions. Each spore print can have a tiny scratch of spores removed from the print. With this swab a test run on agar or liquid culture is made to check the conditions of the spores. Only spores that germinate are released as a print.
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As for the name of this cubensis strain, the spores were originally circulated and a typo was made by the mushroom hunter back then calling them Mazatapec instead of Mazatec. The true name should be Mazatec Cubensis Mushroom Spores. It was a year before the mistake was noticed by anyone but the name had already stuck throughout the online mushroom community so it we just left it alone. Their is another strain of cubensis spores floating around called the Huautla de Jimenez cubensis, that we used to carry, but it’s different from this Mazatapec cubensis spores. The mazatec cubensis is the better strain of the two Buy Mazatapec psilocybe cubensis spore . Mazatapec psilocybe cubensis spore print