The history of the Mexican magic mushroom
There’re more similarities than differences between these 2 types of mushrooms.
The main similarity is that they both come from Mexico and they’re both used by the Mazatec indigenous people, a tribe that comes from the mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico, the region that introduced magic mushrooms to the whole world.
The Mazatec people have a long tradition of using magic mushrooms for spiritual & ritualistic use. They eat these magic mushrooms only at night because they believe that if they eat them in daylight they will go mad.
Everything changed for the western world when in the 1950’s two Americans were allowed to participate in the Mazatec rituals, it effectively introduced psilocybin and salvia to the rest of the world. This influenced many important players in the psychedelic revolution and changed modern man’s relationship to psychedelics forever.
If you are into the spiritual side of magic mushrooms, you will definitely enjoy these two types of cubensis as they offer a very powerful spiritual journey. We’ve heard a lot of great feedback from people overtime on this one having very beautiful visions after embracing its gift.
In regards to the Mexicana Cubensis, many consumers prefer it for their first experiences because they give a complete psychoactive experience with a gentle impact on the body. You will feel joy, fun & euphoria, experience visual hallucinations just with about 5 grams of fresh mushrooms, and 15 minutes after consuming it.
The effects will enlarge your creativity & original thoughts, your social behavior, and your good feelings. You’ll get visuals hallucinations with shapes color variations, as well as fractals and forms.
The typical dose for most magic mushrooms is between 1 and 2.5 grams of dried shrooms, and it depends on your tolerance level. It’s recommended to start off with a lower dosage and work your way up.