The Huaulta strain has deep roots in Central American Indiginous history. This strain of Psilocybe Cubensis mushroom has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years by the residents of Huaulta De Jiminez (a village in central Mexico). Along with Mazatepec it was one of the first strains to be introduced to modern western culture in the late 1950's by R Gordon Wasson in his famous LIFE Magazige article "seeking the magic mushroom".
It is a moderatly potent strain which often elicits meaninful spiritual or mystical experiences, along with feelings of peace, relaxation, and deep connection to others and your surroundings. This strain (along with Huaulta) is the best choice for a therapeutic or medicinal application.
Huaulta are typically medium sized mushroom with elongated, thin stalks and medium sized caps which flatten in maturity, often with a dark spot in the center of the cap. This strains coloration often often appears darker than most other cubensis strains due to prolific sporation.
Huaulta Agar Culture
This Product includes:
- 1x Huaulta Cubensis Agar Culture
- 1x sealed petri dish
Use this culture to inoculate the colonization medium of your choice with viable Huaulta Cubensis genetics. Visit our resources page to for video tutorial on the use of this product.
Refrigerate upon receiving. Refrigerated agar cultures have a shelf-life of ~ 2 months from the date of inoculation (written on each dish).
At room temp shelf-life is ~ 1 month
Habitat: Bovine, Equine Dung and Enriched Soils
Strain Origin: Mexico
Cap: 50+ mm in diameter, convex to broadly convex at maturity occasionally with acute umbo. Dark cinnamon brown maturing to golden brown. Surface dry lacking remnants of universal veil on cap (spots). Flesh white soon bruising bluish green.
Stem: 75-125 mm in length, yellowish to white. Flesh bruising bluish green where injured. Persistent membranous annulus (ring) from partial veil that becomes dusted with purple brown spores at maturity.
Gills: Attachment adnate to adnexed. Grayish coloration in young fruit bodies becoming nearly black in maturity.
Spores: Dark purplish brown, subellipsoid on 4-spored basidia