PSILOCYBE MEXICANA – MAGIC TRUFFLES
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As I was perfectly aware that my knowledge of the Mexican origin of the mushrooms would lead me to imagine only Mexican scenery, I tried deliberately to look on my environment as I knew it normally. But all voluntary efforts to look at things in their customary forms and colours proved ineffective. Whether my eyes were closed or open, I saw only Mexican motifs and colours. When the doctor supervising the experiment bent over me to check my blood pressure.
He was transformed into an Aztec priest, and I would not have been astonished if he had drawn an obsidian knife. In spite of the seriousness of the situation, it amused me to see how the Germanic face of my colleague had acquired a purely Indian expression.
At the peak of the intoxication, about 11⁄2 hours after ingestion of the mushrooms. The rush of interior pictures, mostly changing in shape and colour. Reached such an alarming degree that I feared I would be torn into this whirlpool of form and colour and would dissolve. After about six hours, the dream came to an end. Subjectively, I had no idea how long this condition had lasted. I felt my return to everyday reality to be a happy return from a strange, fantastic realm.
Consumption and cultivation Of Magic Mexican Mushrooms .
This mushroom is in the species Mexicanae. Other mushrooms in the genus include Psilocybe atlantis and Psilocybe samuiensis. Ramirez-Cruz et al. (2013) considered Psilocybe acutipilea from Brazil to be a possible synonym of Psilocybe mexicana, in which case it would be the senior synonym, but the type specimen was too moldy for them to be certain.
- Gills: Adnate or adnexed, gray to purple brown with whitish edges.
- Spore Print: Dark purple brown
- Stipe: 4 — 10(12.5) cm tall x 1 — 2(3) mm thick, equal, hollow, straw color to brown or red, becoming darker where injured, annulus absent.
- Odor: Farinaceous
- Taste: Farinaceous
Distribution and habitat psilocybin mexicana
psilocybin mexicana grows alone or in small groups among moss along road sides and trails, humid meadows or corn fields, in particular in the grassy areas of forests. Common at places between 300–550 metres (980–1,800 ft), rare in lower surfaces, known only from Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Fruiting takes place from May to October.
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