South America and Mexico have long been the heartland for many prominent species of psilocybin mushrooms. Mexico is known for the Mazatapec and Mexicana mushrooms, but if you’re ever travelling in Brazil you will likely come across a couple potent strains of magic mushrooms, known as Corumba Cubensis and Brazilian magic mushrooms. These related fungi have been cultivated and consumed for the psychedelic properties, and were a major part of Meso-american life. In ancient times, indigenous peoples ate Brazilian psychedelic mushrooms in order to commune with the spirits and heighten their perspectives of the known world. Remarkably, these brazil mushrooms still grow throughout the Northern and Northwestern regions of Brazil and are a renowned trip-inducing magic mushroom that many Brazilians and travellers seek out. Because they have been a part of everyday life for so long, many Brazilians do not think much of the common Corumba Cubensis. However, since it became known to the rest of the world, many North Americans, Europeans and people from Asia have visited the mountains and valleys of Brazil looking to harvest the psychedelic potency of this unique species of fungi. Brazilian psychedelic mushrooms continue to grow in popularity, and they’re becoming a favourite among myco-growers not just in Brazil but all over the world.