Mexican Magic Mushrooms for beginners
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What are the Mexican Magic Mushrooms?
Mexican Magic Mushrooms is ka hallucinogenic mushroom, the Psilocybe Cubenis Mexicana. The famous chemist Albert Hofmann discovered the Psilocibina, -one of the psychoactive compounds in Magic Mushrooms- in this variety but it has been used for many, many years: 2000 years ago the Aztecs used the Mexicana mushroom in their magic rituals in which this civilization entered in contact with spirits and celestial entities.
The Mexicans are the beginners choice opening the doors to mushroom cultivation for many It is the mushroom to ‘enter in contact’ with the magic mushrooms world.
It’s the variety widely pointed as the best to take shrooms for the first time because of it’s light but surprising effects.
Why it the Mexican considered ideal for beginners?
Many users prefer for their first experiences the Mexican Magic Mushrooms because they offer a complete psychoactive experience with a gentle impact in the body. You’ll feel joy, fun and euphoria and experience visual hallucinations just with approximately 5 grams of fresh mushrooms and 15 minutes after consuming it.
The effects enlarge your creativity and original thoughts, your social behavior and good feelings. You’ll get visuals hallucinations, both with opened and closed eyes: shapes colors variations, as well as fractals and forms.
There are nice and warm sensations that fades out slowly and quietly. There is no weird feelings attached.
The effects, from the 8 to 15 grams (fresh), use to last between 4 and 6 hours.
How to take Mexican Magic Mushrooms?
Mexican P. cubensis are a soft-mild hallucinogenic mushroom. The effects are already present in just a 5 grams dose of fresh mushrooms.
Go from 10 to 15 grams for strong effects. But be careful: these could be different for each person. It depends on your constitution, gender and body size.
All experts recommend to start with a low dose. ALWAYS. Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Mexicanae Magic Mushrooms can be eaten, by chewing the mushrooms slowly, making the chemical compounds mix with your saliva.
Some people can feel nausea doing it or just dislike the flavor. To avoid possible nausea, a good option could be preparing a tea. It makes the consumption nicer. First effects start after 15-30 minutes after the take in this way. Enjoy!
- You must be over 18 to try Mexican Magic Mushrooms.
- Enjoy this experience with a friend or Tripsitter who remains sober and who could help you in case of need.
- Never exceed the recommended dose.
- Smoking weed or taking other substance before or after taking magic mushrooms is dangerous and it can make the trip shorter. You must avoid mixing.
- Drink a lot of water during the trip.
- If you’re not feeling fine and you want to ' stop' your trip, take vitamin C or something sweet (an orange juice would be perfect) to lower the effects.
- When having a bad trip. Try to relax and talk about the experience. Change the setting.
- It is not a game: be responsible.
- Always read our responsible use page.
The Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain
The Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain, also known as the "Mexican mushroom" or "Mexicana," originated in Mexico and has been cultivated and used by indigenous peoples for centuries. It is a type of psychedelic mushroom that contains the active compound psilocybin, which has been shown to produce hallucinogenic effects when ingested.
The use of psilocybin mushrooms in Mexico can be traced back to the Aztec civilization, where they were used in religious rituals and shamanic practices. The Aztecs referred to the mushrooms as "teonanácatl," which translates to "divine mushroom." In the 16th century, Spanish conquerors wrote about their encounters with indigenous peoples using these mushrooms in religious ceremonies, and some even described experiencing the effects themselves.
In the 1950s, botanist R. Gordon Wasson traveled to Mexico and participated in a mushroom ceremony with the Mazatec people. His accounts of the experience, published in Life magazine, sparked interest in the Western world and led to the scientific study of psilocybin mushrooms.
Potential medical uses.
In the following decades, research on psilocybin and the Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain focused on its potential medical uses. In the 1960s, psychiatrist Dr. Timothy Leary conducted experiments at Harvard University that showed the potential for psilocybin to help treat anxiety and depression. However, due to the government's restrictions on psychedelics, research on psilocybin mushrooms was largely halted in the 1970s.
In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in the medical uses of psilocybin mushrooms, and clinical trials are now being conducted to study its potential as a treatment for a variety of mental health conditions. In addition, the Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain has gained popularity among those seeking a recreational psychedelic experience.
Mexican mushroom cultivation
In terms of cultivation, the Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain can be grown at home or purchased from a reputable vendor. The mushrooms grow best in a warm, moist environment with plenty of light. They can be grown on a variety of substrates, including straw, manure, and rice flour, and can be harvested and dried for consumption.
Use of the mexcian mushroom
When ingested, the active compound psilocybin is converted into psilocin, which acts on serotonin receptors in the brain to produce hallucinogenic effects. These effects can vary depending on the individual and the dosage, but may include altered perception of time and space, enhanced sensory experiences, and changes in mood and cognition.
In modern recreational use, the Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain is often consumed in a controlled setting, such as a safe and comfortable home environment, with the presence of a trusted sitter who can provide support and guidance during the experience. Some individuals also incorporate the use of psilocybin mushrooms into spiritual or personal growth practices, such as meditation or journaling.
Overall, the Mexican Psilocybe cubensis strain has a rich history of use in indigenous practices and has garnered attention for its potential medical benefits and recreational use. While further research is needed, the renewed interest in the study of psilocybin mushrooms offers promise for their potential role in mental health treatment and personal growth.
March 6, 2015