Aztec Gods Magic Mushroom
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Aztec God shrooms were isolated from wild shrooms growing in Central America, specifically in Paso de Cortes in Mexico, in the mountains just south of Mexico City. The first mention of this strain comes from Roger Heim. Heim, a French mycologist, discovered and isolated the strain in 1956 from the Popocatepetl mountains in Mexico.
There is some evidence — mostly in cave paintings, statues, and exploration reports from European explorers — ancient civilizations and more modern ones for religious and spiritual purposes used that magic mushrooms. Specifically, Bernardino de Sahagun, an explorer from Spain, made reference to “teonanacatl,” or the “flesh of the gods.” These references and statues discovered in Mexico seem to confirm that magic mushrooms were a rather important part of Central American culture for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
Aztec God Potency & Psilocybin Content
The Aztec God strain is average in terms of potency — somewhere around 0.50–0.70% psilocybin and 0.10% – 0.20% psilocin (0.60% – 0.90% total tryptamines).
With that said, it’s notoriously difficult to pinpoint the specific potency of mushroom strains because of how much they’re affected by factors like growing and storage conditions.
Even samples taken from different parts of the same mycelial culture have been found to have widely varying psilocybin levels. Likewise, samples tested of the same strain grown in different conditions can also vary significantly.
It’s important to take the potency recommendations of mushroom strains with a grain of salt.
One of the early specimens of the Aztec God strain was noted to have a much lower potency than mentioned above — just 0.20% psilocybin. This reading was taken by Heim and Hoffman, the two men who originally isolated the strain, but it was reportedly taken on an old specimen.
1 Oz (28 Grams), 4 Oz (Quarter Pound)