Huautla Mushroom Spores | Huautla Cubensis


Huautla Oaxaca Spore Syringe

Huautla mushroom potency is notable and as a cubensis strain it’s been on the radar for some time now and we are excited to have some of the most sought after cubensis mushrooms spores ever found. Originating near the Mexican city of Oaxaca this beauty has been a fav for amateur and professionals alike!



    Huautla Mushroom Strain

    The Huautla mushrooms spore syringe microscopy kit includes 10ml of authentic Huautla spores in a syringe, individually packaged, with a sterile needle included.

    The Huautla strain of mushroom spores we carry at are fully authentic— and that’s a pretty big deal, because this particular strain of mushrooms played a huge role in the history of specials in the United States.

    This spore strain is a must-have for any amateur microscopist interested in not only exploring the history of cubensis mushrooms, but also expanding their taxonomy skills. The Huautla spore strain is from the Oaxaca region of Mexico, like many other popular strains. However, there’s something a little special about this one…

    The Huautla Strain Is From Huautla de Jiménez, the Town R. Gordon Wasson Visited

    This spore strain is from the region visited by the famous ethnomycologist R. Gordon Wasson, known for his famous article in Life magazine that ultimately introduced the western world to psychoactive fungi. You can read more about Wasson and what modern day sacred mushroom ceremonies are like in this area of Mexico in our blog post Legacies of the Florentine Codex: Sacred Mushroom Ceremonies in Modern Mexico.

    After Wasson’s article came out in Life, it’s rumored that a pilgrimage of sorts was started. Famous musicians like Bob Dylan and John Lennon are said to have visited the same town (then a village) as Wasson, so that they too could experience the sacred mushroom ceremony lead by the Mazatec shaman María Sabina. It’s a fascinating story—and it makes studying this spore strain a real treat.

    Working With Huautla Mushroom Spores in Your Amateur Microscopy Lab

    Huautla spores, sometimes referred to as Oaxaca spores, are a favorite of amateur microscopists for reasons beyond their historical relevance (although that certainly does add to the fun of studying them).

    These spores are excellent to work with in the lab for microscopists interested in studying the earliest stage of fungal development—particularly for mushrooms that have properties that make the mycelium and fruiting bodies quite tough and resistant to contamination.

    In the wild, the mature Huautla mushroom has a yellowish-brown cap, a long and thick, pale-colored stem, and displays a blue-green coloration when bruised. Mycologists have observed that the gills will become nearly black at maturity, and the spores themselves are a deep purple color.

    Huautla mushrooms are robust in comparison to many other strains, making it relatively easy to work with in the microscopy lab for beginners. The Huautla shrooms strain likely is robust because of the challenging weather and climate in the Oaxaca region, meaning that this fungi has to be hardy in order to survive. For research purposes, this is a real benefit.

    Experience a Part of History With Our Authentic Huautla Spore Syringes

    Our Huautla spore syringes contain only authentic spores. When studying such a specific strain, it’s important that you know you’re getting the real thing! Avoid inferior vendors and shop with a respected name in the amateur microscopy community – Quality Spores.

    The Huautla syringes are loaded with viable, contaminant-free spores. Included is a free sterile needle to prevent contamination and to make working with the spores in your microscopy lab easy and reliable. Huautla mushroom spores sales will be declined to the states of Georgia, Idaho, and to California and are for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. Cultivation is illegal in the USA.