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Identifying Psilocybe Mexicana And Its Lookalikes
The first thing to note is that Psilocybe mexicana grows in the wild. So if you want to go out and pick them in nature (instead of buying them from someone), then you need to know what they look like. We will explain how you can identify them, as well as point out Psilocybe mexicana lookalikes you should be aware of. (This species also produces sclerotia, although they can be hard to identify specifically as Psilocybe mexicana.)
Where Does Psilocybe Mexicana Grow?
If you want to successfully find Psilocybe mexicana in nature, then you need to know where it grows. This means being aware of both the type of habitat and the countries they grow in.
Psilocybe mexicana grows alone or in small groups among moss along roadsides and trails, in humid meadows or cornfields, and in particular, in the grassy areas bordering deciduous forests. It is common at elevations between 300-505 meters, and rare in lower elevations. psilocybe mexicana spores
Psilocybe mexicana is known to only occur naturally in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. This is why the mushroom has a rich history of cultural use in Mexico, for instance, but not elsewhere in the world.
Microdosing is the act of consuming an unnoticeable amount of a psychedelic substance. Unnoticeable meaning the dose doesn’t create the hallucinogenic effects associated with psychedelics. This, of course, does not mean there are no benefits.
Microdosing psilocybin is reported to have both short term and long term benefits for individuals. Those who incorporate microdosing into their regular wellness routine report higher levels of creativity, more energy, increased focus, and improved relational skills.