Integration : special mushroom issue
It is known that many psychotropic mushrooms (above all, Psilocybe and Panaeo/us genera) live in dung of certain quadrupeds and in particular bovines, cervides and equines.
This specific ecological phenomenom cannot but have been taken into account with regard to the sacramental use of psychotropic mushrooms, leading to the creation of mystico-religious relations between the mushroom and the animal which produces its natural habitat.
Original Article (Samorini and Journal for Mind-Moving Plants & Culture):
Integration : Special Mushroom Issue
Artwork Fair Use: Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives