Psilocybe Mexicana psilocybin is a species of psilocybin fungus (also with P. tampanensis and some P. synctulas) known to form a solid mass of sclerotium-mycelium mushroom stones that acts in nature as a means of survival psilocybe pajaritos of the organism under adverse conditions (loss of nutrients, drought, freezing, etc.). You may hear of this species of sclerotia, also called the truffle, but technically it is a biologically incorrect name. From a mycological point of view, unlike sclerotia, truffles are reproductive structures: underground spores that spread their genetic load by being eaten by animals and then released into new environments.
How to Grow Psilocybe Mexicana
Because they contain the prohibited drug psilocybin, magic mushrooms like Psilocybe Mexicana cannot be grown in most nations. But it is acceptable to purchase Psilocybe Mexicana spores. The reproductive cells are what enable the fungus to proliferate.
Magic mushroom spores are not prohibited because they do not contain psilocybin. However, the final result will include psilocybin after they germinate and begin to build mycelium, making them illegal. Nevertheless, the states of California, Georgia, and Idaho prohibit the use of magic mushroom spores. You are free to purchase and own them in the remaining 47 states.
Effects of Psilocybe Mexicana
When you consume Psilocybe Mexicana mushrooms, you may experience a range of perceptual, emotional, physical, and mystical effects. They also vary depending on your set and setting and the dosage you take. Let’s look at the type of experience you can expect from different dosages.
- Colors become slightly more vivid
- Edges of objects appear more distinct
- Things seem to be in high definition
- The characteristics of barely moving objects
- Music and external sounds have different quality
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