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    Psilocybe Aztecorum

    Psilocybe Aztecorum  is a species of powerful psychedelic mushrooms originating from Central Mexico.

    It is known to grow on decomposing wooden debris at high elevations. This species of magic mushrooms have been consumed by the Nahua people (better known as Aztecs) for centuries.

    Psilocybe Aztecorum has been referred to teonanacatl by 16th century Spanish explores, which means “sacred mushroom” or as “the flesh of the gods”. It is legendary for its spiritual use among the Aztecs and related tribes.

    Unlike the more common Psilocybe Cubensis strains, the Psilocybe Aztecorum rarely bruises as a result of age or handling. They are known to be moderate to high in potency. This is an old-school strain that was more common before Psilocybe Cubensis took over the scene. You too can experience what the Aztecs have for thousands of years.

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    Psilocybe Aztecorum Mushrooms | Dose Dispensary

    Psilocybe Aztecorum is still used in traditional ceremonies in Mexico. Expect to have a profound spiritual experience, revelations, and deep healing.

    After 10-30 minutes of consuming Psilocybe Aztecorum mushrooms, you will feel your mood enhanced with euphoria and excitement. Depending on the dosage you will experience mild to intense visual enhancements. Things may seem like they are breathing, the nature around you will feel more alive and you will find yourself in introspective thought.

    Music and art will look and feel different and you will have a higher appreciation and you may relate the music or art to yourself on a more personal level. The most common museum dose (0.5-1.5g) and moderate dose (2-3.5g) should provide you with a 3-6 hour trip. Please read our FAQ section for more details.

    Pileus (Cap):

    Psilocybe aztecorum? Colorado, conifer trees. Bruised blue. : r/ShroomID

    The cap is convex to bell-shaped, sometimes developing a broad umbo before expanding and flattening in age; it reaches a diameter of 1.5%u20132 cm (0.6%u20130.8 in). In maturity, the cap eventually forms a central depression, and, in some old specimens, opens into the hollow stem. The cap surface is slimy to the touch, and has translucent striations along the margin when moist.

    The cap is strongly hygrophanous, meaning that it will change color depending on its level of hydration. The color ranges from yellowish-brown to golden yellow in young button forms to brownish-gray in age, with greenish-gray tints on the margin. The color later changes to whitish from the center to the margin, finally remaining completely white; dried specimens are straw colored to pale brownish. In contrast to most psilocybin mushrooms, the cap of P. aztecorum does not have a strong bluing reaction upon injury%u2014only the margin stains slightly green-blue.

    Lamellae (Gills):

    The gills are adnate (broadly attached to the stem slightly above the bottom of the gill) or adnexed (reaching the stem, but not attached to it), and are light violet gray to dark violet brown. They are either uniform in color, or have whitish edges.

    Stipe (Stem):

    The hollow stem is 5.5 to 7.5 cm (2.2 to 3.0 in) by 3 to 4 mm (0.12 to 0.16 in) thick, equal in width throughout or thicker at the top, cylindric or sometimes flattened, and either straight or with turns and windings.

    Its surface is smooth, silky-fibrillose, whitish to greyish, and stains blue-green irregularly when touched or in age. The base of the stem is densely covered with well-developed white rhizomorphs. Young mushrooms have a white cobweb-like partial veil that does not last long before it disappears, although it sometimes remains as a non-permanent ring on the upper part of the stem.

    The flesh is whitish to yellowish or reddish-yellow in the cap, or reddish-brown in the stem, and shows little or no bluing reaction to injury. Like most of the bluing Psilocybe mushrooms, the odor and taste of P. aztecorum is slightly farinaceous (similar to freshly ground flour) in fresh specimens; dried specimens have a more intense odor. A drop of dilute potassium hydroxide (KOH) stains the cap, stem, and flesh reddish-brown; sometimes, the stem does not stain or stains slightly yellowish red. The spore print is blackish-violet.


    1/2 Ounce, One Ounce, 1/4 Pound, 1/2 Pound, One Pound


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