Psilocybin mushrooms are a sacred plant medicine with a rich history of traditional ceremonial use, particularly in the Mazatec tradition of Wahaca Oaxaca, Mexico. Within the Mazatec community, these mushrooms are seen as sacred allies, bridging the gap between the physical and spiritual realms. They are believed to carry the essence of a divine consciousness, offering healing, wisdom, and connection to the sacred forces of the universe.


These mushrooms contain the psychedelic compound psilocybin, which is known to induce profound states of consciousness and spiritual experiences. As we honor the Mazatec tradition, we approach these mushrooms with humility, reverence, and a deep respect for the ancient wisdom they carry. We embrace the transformative potential of these sacred allies and tread the path of healing, understanding, and connecting to the sacred forces that reside both within and beyond.


Any serotonin enhancing medication is advisable not to be taken with Psilocybin Mushrooms; this includes the vast majority of antidepressants (SSRI’s, tricyclics, MAOI’s, etc). Psilocybin Mushrooms should not be combined with red meat, alcohol or recreational substances such as marijuana for at least 24 hours before your ceremony. Bufo Alvarius should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding and for those with mental illness, high blood pressure and heart conditions. Some people experience nausea, a sensitive stomach and/or vomiting. Please contact your medical professional for guidance.


While we believe in the spiritual healing and transformative potential of the sacred medicine of psilocybin mushrooms, we encourage you to conduct your own independent research if you like to learn more about the science and other aspects behind it.


Mazatec Psilocybin Mushroom Retreat – Mexico

With Hugo Esteban Perez, Eva Evers, Agder Sanchez Palacios and Rea Beaubien

October 28 - November 1, 2024
Malinalco, Mexico
You are invited to participate in an intimate retreat that includes ceremonies in the ancient tradition of the Mazatec people of Oaxaca, Mexico. These ceremonies are profound spiritual undertakings that trace their origins back through generations. It became known worldwide in the 1950s and 60s through Maria Sabina, a medicine woman who first opened the ceremony of the holy children (mushrooms) to the world. Centuries of wisdom and reverence for the “holy children” have culminated in a sacred practice designed to facilitate deep introspection, spiritual healing, and cosmic communion. In addition to the two ceremonies, we offer a traditional sweat…