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Buy Psilocybe Aztecorum Magic Mushrooms online. Central Mexican Psilocybe Aztecorum Magic Mushrooms are a species of potent hallucinogenic mushrooms. Spanish explorers in the 16th century referred to Psilocybe Aztecorum as teonanacatl, which means “holy mushroom” or “the meat of the gods.” Its spiritual usage among the Aztecs and allied cultures is legendary.
They have a reputation for moderate to high potency. In Mexico, Psilocybe Azteca is still utilized in traditional rites. Expect a great spiritual experience, enlightenment, and healing. Purchase the most potent Psilocybe Aztecum mushrooms in Canada. Buy Psilocybe Aztecorum Magic Mushrooms online.
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Psilocybe Aztecorum Magic Mushrooms are a kind of potent hallucinogenic mushrooms native to the central region of Mexico. It is found to thrive at high altitudes on decaying wood waste. Since ancient times, the Nahau people (also known as the Aztecs) have ingested this kind of magic mushrooms. Spanish explorers in the 16th century referred to Psilocybe Aztecorum as teonanacatl, which means “holy mushroom” or “the meat of the gods.” Its spiritual usage among the Aztecs and allied cultures is legendary.
In contrast to the more widespread Psilocybe Cubensis strains, Psilocybe Aztecorum seldom ever bruises due to age or handling. They have a reputation for moderate to high potency. This is an older strain that was more prevalent before Psilocybe Cubensis dominated the market. You too may experience what the Aztecs have enjoyed for millennia.
In Mexico, Psilocybe Azteca is still utilized in traditional rites. Expect a great spiritual experience, enlightenment, and healing.
After 10 to 30 minutes of ingesting Psilocybe Aztecorum mushrooms, your mood will be elevated with exhilaration and a sense of energy. Depending on dose, visual improvements might range from minor to strong.
Things may seem to be breathing, the surrounding environment will feel more alive, and you may find yourself introspecting. Music and art will seem and feel differently, and you will have a greater appreciation for them and may connect to them on a more personal level. The usual museum dosage (0.5-1.5g) and moderate dose (2-3.5g) should give 3-6 hours of trip duration.
The spores are elongated-ellipsoid in face view, generally terete (more or less cylindrical but often tapering at both ends), and somewhat inequilateral or asymmetrical in side view, sometimes known as the “mango” shape.
Typically, their diameters are 12–14 by 6.6–7.7 by 6–7.5 m, however some spores have unusual forms and reach up to 23 m in length. Spores are often thick-walled (1–1.5 m), dark yellowish brown, and contain a large germ pore. The spores of the variety bonetii measure 10–13 by 6–7.5 by 6–7 m.
The basidia (spore-bearing cells) measure 24–33 by 6.6–8.8 m and may be connected to one to four spores, while four-spored basidia are the most frequent. They are hyaline to sometimes slightly yellowish, club-shaped or generally cylindrical, and some have a little center constriction.
Abundant cheilocystidia (cystidia on the edge of a gill) generate a sterile strip on the gill edge. They are hyaline, fusoid-ampullaceous (varying in form from a spindle to an enlarged bottle), 20–45 by 5–8.2 m in size, with a filamentous neck of 6–11 by 1.6–2.5 m. The pleurocystidia (cystidia on the gill face) are dispersed, similar in shape and size to the cheilocystidia, hyaline, and some have bifurcated or branching necks.
What is the Psilocybe aztecorum mushroom?
Psilocybe aztecorum is a psilocybin mushroom species belonging to the Hymenogastraceae family. The fungus is native to Arizona, Colorado, central Mexico, India, and Costa Rica, where it grows on decaying woody waste in mountainous regions between 2,000 and 4,000 meters (6,600 and 13,100 feet) in alpine meadows or open, grassy conifer forests. Psilocybe aztecorum.
What was the Aztecs’ narcotic mushroom?
Schultes, R.E. ” Teonanacatl: The narcotic mushroom of the Aztecs ” (1940). 429–43. doi: 10.1525/aa.19126.96.36.199a00040. There are media on Wikimedia Commons relating to Psilocybe aztecorum. Psilocybe aztecorum.
How are Psilocybe and pseudoaztecorum dissimilar?
Similar species of Psilocybe include P. baeocystis (left) and P. pelliculosa (right) (right). India’s Psilocybe pseudoaztecorum varies from P. aztecorum in the pleurocystidia and cheilocystidia’s morphology. P. pseudoaztecorum lacks the distinctive filamentous neck observed in the cystidia of P. aztecorum. Psilocybe aztecorum.
Is teonanacatl a psychoactive fungus?
Teonanacatl was the Aztecs’ psychoactive mushroom. 429–43. doi: 10.1525/aa.19188.8.131.52a00040. There are media on Wikimedia Commons relating to Psilocybe aztecorum.