MAZATAPEC GROWKIT CONTENT:
- growkit with a capacity of 1200 ml
- plastic bag
NOTE! The kit does not include instructions due to the current law. If you are in a country where breeding is legal, you may want to take a look at our blog, to check out tips for growing.
CHARACTERISTICS OF MAZATAPEC:
Mazatapec is a Mexican variety, ideal for those who love a spiritual experience. It has an optimistic feminine energy, is abstract in its message, and makes you think. Mazatapec magic mushrooms still have the wild life of Central America in their genes, so you can expect big blushes with brown hats. With Mazatapec, patience is important. It has an old soul that takes a little longer to grow than other varieties. So don’t worry if your Mazatapec growing kit is a bit slower. When it arrives, it will share all its wisdom with you!
HISTORY OF MAZATAPEC:
Oaxaca, the region that introduced magic mushrooms to the world. They were a kind of key to Pandora’s box, and opened up the psychedelic world to Westerners. Mazatecs have a long tradition of using magic mushrooms for spiritual and ritual purposes. They eat magic mushrooms only at night, because they believe that if they eat them during the day, they will go crazy. The Western world learned about mushrooms when, in the 1950s, two Americans – they were Gordon Wasson and Allan Richardson – were allowed to participate in Mazatec rituals led by the Maria Sabina (more about her on our blog) who is a Mazatec shaman. Through it, Wasson and Richardson became among the first Westerners to participate in the sacred Mazatec ritual called velada. It influenced many important players in the psychedelic revolution and forever changed modern people’s attitudes toward psychedelics. The discovery of psilocybin and sage to people outside the Mazatec culture was both groundbreaking and controversial. Unfortunately, not everyone could or can respect the sacred mushrooms, desecrating the most sacred rituals of Oaxaca’s indigenous traditions. The impact of Mazatapec mushrooms getting into pop culture has consequences to this day.