Species: Psilocybe Cubensis
Available In: 1G, 3.5G, 7G, 14G and 28G quantities
A cubensis native to the Oaxaca mountain regions of Mexico, this mushroom holds a special place in western mushroom culture and hallucinogenic medicines. It is likely, though not confirmed, that this mushroom may have been the one which Gordon Wasson ingested on his visit with the famous Mazatec shaman Maria Sebina. He later published his story and experience with Maria in Life Magazine’s May 13th, 1957 issue, introducing the world of the industrial west to magic mushrooms for the first time.
Like other cubensis, this mushroom is light brown in cap color with a white stem. It differs slightly from others in size as it tends to be almost spaghetti-like in the dimensions of the stem with a rounded bulbous cap. As they are cubensis, they have an average psilocybin content of 0.63% per 1 gram of dried weight.