Huautla mushroom (Psilocybe cubensis Huautla) finds its origins in Huautla de Jímenez, a small village in the Oaxaca state of Mexico, where R. Gordon Wasson, an amateur mycologist, was the first westerner to partake in a Mazatec ritual in 1955.
Huautla mushrooms typically produces medium sized mushrooms, with a broad cap (pileus) ranging from light brown to caramel in colour, which are turned purple/black in maturity due to prolific sporulation. Effects of Huautla are regarded as spiritual or mystical, sometimes eliciting out of body experiences and even perceived entity encounters.
It is a moderately potent strain which often elicits meaningful spiritual or mystical experiences, along with feelings of peace, relaxation, and deep connection to others and your surroundings. This strain (along with Mazatepec and Golden Teacher) is a great choice for a therapeutic or medical application.