Aztec God


Not too much is known about these elusive magic mushrooms. Legend has it that some brave souls went on a trek in Central America to forage for these shrooms.

Whoever it was, they intended to track down the magic mushrooms that the ancient Aztecs used in what is now modern-day Mexico. The only problem is, the mushrooms that the Aztecs used were a species called Psilocybe aztecorum.

This species of magic mushrooms love to grow on wood and is quite different from the Psilocybe cubensis we know and love. One thing is for sure, this strain is P. cubensis and not P. aztecorum.

So that means that either someone did find Aztec Gods magic mushrooms in Central America, or maybe they were a cross between two strains. The only thing we know for sure is that this strain appeared not too long ago.

Whatever the story is, we’re just glad that this strain exists because of how incredible it is.

Aztec Gods magic mushrooms look astounding. For starters, these shrooms are enormous and have a wide light yellow cap and a thick stem that makes them look picture perfect.

However, once dry, the Aztec Gods magic mushrooms become a little smaller, shriveled up, and some of the colors fade away. One thing you might notice on your dried magic mushrooms are spots that appear light or dark blue.

These blue spots are totally natural and are called bruises. Bruising can happen to all magic mushrooms, and it usually occurs from harvest, storage, or transport.

Remember, bruising is totally normal, and these harmless blue spots don’t affect potency or safety.

Aztec Gods magic mushrooms are a strain that will take you deep within your own mind. It’s introspective and will reveal to you deep personal insights.

On top of that, Aztec Gods magic mushrooms are incredibly euphoric with wonderful visuals and a mental clarity that lets you focus.

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