What are psilocybin mushrooms?
Psilocybe Aztecorum Magic Mushrooms is a species of powerful psychedelic mushrooms originating from Central Mexico. Psilocybe Aztecorum has been referred to teonanacatl by 16th century Spanish explores, which means “sacred mushroom” or as “the flesh of the gods”. It is legendary for its spiritual use among the Aztecs and related tribes.
They are known to be moderate to high in potency. Psilocybe Aztecorum is still used in traditional ceremonies in Mexico. Expect to have a profound spiritual experience, revelations and deep healing.
What are the legal uses of psilocybin mushrooms?
Psilocybin mushrooms are a naturally occurring mushroom that contains hallucinogenic compounds. Psilocybin mushrooms are also known as psychedelic mushrooms, magic mushrooms, or “shrooms.” These mushrooms are taken for recreational or spiritual use.
Users report feelings of euphoria, altered sense of time, altered thinking, visual hallucinations, and spiritual experiences. Adverse effects of psilocybin mushrooms include fear and paranoia, sometimes referred to as a “bad trip.”
Psilocybin is present in about 200 varieties of mushrooms that naturally grow around the world, including Mexico, Canada, the U.S, as well as Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Psilocybin mushrooms are generally found in tropical or subtropical forests.
There are no currently accepted medical uses for psilocybin mushrooms in the United States. Psilocybin mushrooms cannot be prescribed by a licensed provider or purchased from a pharmacy. It is unlawful to possess, sell, distribute, or manufacture psilocybin mushrooms in Colorado.