The Amazonian cubensis comes from guess where? The Amazon region of Central and South America! Duh. This is one exotic little shroom.
The Amazonian cubensis is also known as Amazon or PESA. This magic mushroom strain is part of the Psilocybe cubensis family, a species of magic mushroom whose main active elements are psilocybin and psilocin. Just like all of the other magic zoomers we have on the site.
The Psilocybe Cubensis species is the most well-known psilocybin mushroom because they have been widely distributed and they are easy to cultivate. These Amazonian’s don’t actually come from the Amazon. The spores were brought to our farms so that we can breed them through organic means. With lots of tender love and care.
This strain is ideal if you are looking for that authentic psychedelic experience.
1) Microdose (0.05-0.3g)
2) Mini Dose (0.3-0.5g)
3) Neat-ure Dose (0.5-1.5g)
4) Sweet Dose (1.5-3.5g)
5) Super Fun Dose (5g or more)
We like to use this dosage calculator.
Amazonian cubensis Effect #1: best mushroom strain for visuals
Artists and other creative individuals have often reported using psychedelic substances in an e ort to enhance creative output or novelty.
Plato’s theory of creative inspiration directly credited the possession of the artist by the Muse or other gods; the artist lost their own mind or self and entered a poetic “fury” or “frenzy” during which a higher force created through them (McMahon, 2013; Murray, 1996; Pieper, 1964). Plato even went so far as to directly compare the frenzy of artistic creation with the cultic rites of Dionysus, where participants were similarly filled with (prob- ably substance-induced) ecstasy and enthusiasm.
William Blake provides an excellent (if more modern) example: Blake’s poetry and painting are all but unimaginable absent the visionary altered states that inspired them (Bloom, 1963). The loss of the sense of self in visionary states is in many ways reminiscent of core and peak psychedelic experiences, dis- cussed in more detail below.
PESA Effect #2: Daydreaming and Dreaming
Dreaming is a more familiar example of a bizarre visionary experience that each of us participates in every night and thus is easier to relate to when speaking about psychedelic experiences. There are many parallels between dreaming and daydreaming with psychedelic experience. Including immersive visual imagery, highly novel and unusual patterns of thinking, intense emotional experience, and a disrupted sense of self/ridding of the Ego.