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To begin, Mazatapec Mushroom is one of the first Psilocybin Mushrooms introduced to the Western world. Along with P. Cubensis Huatla. This scared and spiritual mushroom strain was first picked from the Mazatapec. An area few hours south of Mexico City, Mexico. These shrooms were first used by the Mazatec indigenous people. The Mazatec have a long tradition of using magic mushrooms for their spiritual healing.

This strain can be considered one of the original strains which inspired the western world to explore the spiritual and magical healing properties of magic mushrooms.

The Mazatapec strain is characterized by light to dark brown caps and medium stem. They are known to be a slow in colonization and fruiting. Expect a very spiritual experience with deep insights into yourself and the universe. Our staff reported feelings of joy, fun and euphoria during their spiritual sessions.

Mazatapec Mushroom History

The Mazatapec mushroom strain was one of the first Psilocybe cubensis strains to make it to the west. This strain has an intriguing history. Mexican strains of Psilocybe cubensis have been used for centuries, including by the Nahuas people living in the Sierra Mazateca, where shamans used them during spiritual and healing ceremonies.

R. Gordan Wasson traveled through Mexico in the 1950s in search of mystical experiences and psychedelic fungi. He met with the famous curandera Maria Sabina and took part in one of her mushroom ceremonies, where he consumed species of psychedelic fungi such as Psilocybe mexicana, Psilocybe caerulescens, and Psilocybe cubensis.

The original Mazatapec sample supposedly came from somewhere close to Maria Sabina’s village of Huautla de Jiménez in the state of Oaxaca, southern Mexico.

The article titled “Seeking the Magic Mushroom” described the events of Wasson’s trip to meet Maria Sabina. It told stories of a mystical and spiritual experience, gaining the interest of masses who would visit Maria Sabina and partake in her mushroom ceremonies.

Many famous people went to Huautla de Jiménez to consume P. cubensis and the other sacred shrooms used in the ceremonies. John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Pete Townsend are just some of the big names that met Maria Sabina and tripped on her Mazatapec mushrooms.

Potency & Psilocybin Content

Furthermore, the mazatapec magic mushroom is roughly average in terms of potency. Only a few lab tests back this up, but we believe this is a fair assessment after testing many different strains of magic mushrooms.

For quantifiable data, we often turn to the Psilocybin Cup results to assess the average potencies of mushroom strains over time.

The averages were 0.61% psilocybin, 0.08% psilocin, and 0.71% total tryptamines. We consider the average to fall between 0.5% and 0.9% total tryptamine concentrations by dried weight.

The most potent sample ever was submitted in the Spring 2021 competition by Innoculate Your Mind. This mushroom had a total tryptamine level of 1.15%.

In terms of effects, this strain is remarkably spiritual and inward-focused. It’s an excellent mushroom for personal growth and therapy when used correctly. It can produce hallucinations, but open-eye visuals are milder than other strains. The closed-eye visuals are said to be much more intense.

Thanks to the fact that this is a well-established P. cubensis strain, there’s a good amount of data on its tryptamine content. The Psilocybin Cup, run by Oakland Hyphae, is the perfect place to look at test data.

How to Grow Mazatapec Mushroom

Mazatapec mushrooms are relatively easy to grow. Like most strains of Psilocybe cubensis, you can cultivate Mazatapec using PF-Tek.

Once the mycelium has fully covered the substrate in the jars, remove the resulting cakes. And allow them to fruit in a fruiting chamber with good airflow. Harvest the mushrooms as they mature but before they drop their spores.

To learn more about PF-Tek and how to cultivate magic mushrooms from start to finish. Head over to our magic mushroom cultivation guide.

This strain isn’t particularly fussy in terms of the growing substrate. However, many cultivators recommend brown rice flour and vermiculite (BRF) cakes or a 50/50 mixture of coco coir and vermiculite.

Temperature isn’t critical because Mazatapec is quite a resilient and forgiving strain. But to see the best results, you should try to keep the growing environment as stable as possible during the fruiting period. Aim to keep the temperature throughout the fruiting period between 73 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit (23 and 28 degrees Celsius).

Regulating the temperature will help you produce the fattest and healthiest mushrooms. And may also play a part in their overall potency.


3.5, 7g, 14g, 28g

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