Difficulty of Grow
P. Mexicana has a rich history dating back over 2,000 years when it was first utilized by the indigenous people of North and Central America. These mushrooms feature tall, slender stems with straw-colored hues, reaching a maximum height of approximately five inches. Their caps are either convex or cone-shaped, often displaying a raised area in the center (umbonate) or flaring margins, resembling a bell (campanulate). Much like other psilocybin-producing species, P. mexicana mushrooms exhibit a purplish-black spore print and turn blue when damaged.