Huautla brings an enjoyable mushroom experience to the table. With its highly potent psychedelic effects and smooth euphoria, any consumer would be glad to try it. Especially medical patients should give this a shot thanks to the great therapeutic benefits. Huautla can improve your mood and creativity substantially, effectively relieving your anxiety and depression instantly.
This mushroom strain comes from the lands of Mexico, near the Huautla de Jiminez village in the Oaxaca Region. It a has long and skinny stalk, with a conic-to-hemispheric cap. The impression it gives off is that of an unassuming and innocent mushroom without a bit of psychedelia inside. Appearances can be deceiving, though, since Huautla is extremely potent in its own right. You’ll see this when you give it a shot!
What does Huautla look and taste like?
In terms of appearance, Huautla has a brownish hue, with very thin and long stalks. In the middle of the cap, there’s a brownish portion with white dots spread around. Those are striations natural to any mushroom strain. Usually, a veteran mushroom consumer will realize that Huautla looks extremely healthy and potent from a first glance. To a beginner, this mushroom may look unassuming and completely non-psychedelic, though that’s a trap.
In terms of flavour and aroma, Huautla has one of the most thorough aromas in the world. You’ll feel the smooth and creamy texture once you start chomping down the first piece. It feels as though it melts in your mouth, while at the same time releasing the psychedelic compounds in your organism. The psilocybin and psilocin affect your mind from the first moment down to the very last, giving you an enjoyable experience with Huautla! If you’re not a fan of the flavour, you can easily combine this mushroom with a snack to alter its taste.
What are the effects of Huautla?
Mexican mushrooms are generally very potent and hallucinogenic, and Huautla is the perfect example for this. The visual hallucinations begin shortly after you consume the first dose. Initially, you’ll start seeing some fractals here and there, in the back of your mind, when you close your eyes. Then, the hallucinations get stronger and more life-like, reaching complete forms soon. Don’t freak out because this is only the beginning!
Soon, you’ll have temporal distortions to deal with, and when you think that’s enough, the synesthesia wracks your mind. Seeing sounds and hearing colours sounds like madness but that’s exactly what happens. You have to live it to know how it feels! Ego death is the last bastion of psychedelic enthusiasm that you have to go through. Most people say that ego death is the most intense experience associated with psychedelic mushrooms, and we tend to agree. It’s pretty intense and potentially dangerous for someone with a low tolerance level. Try a lower dose if you’re not a fan of anxiety!