When we think connected with mushrooms and typically the southern Mexico state involving Oaxaca, first thing which typically comes to mind is usually María Sabina, Huautla de Jiménez and hallucinogenic “magic” mushrooms. But slowly that is all changing as some sort of result of the particular cutting edge work of Josefina Jiménez and Johann Mathieu inside mycology, through their firm, Mico-lógica.
Based in typically the village of Benito Juárez, located in Oaxaca’s Ixtlán region (more commonly identified as the Montana Septentrión, the state’s most important ecotourism region), Mico-lógica’s vision can be threefold: to train each Mexicans and visitors to be able to the state in the cheap cultivation of an range involving mushroom kinds; to teach about the medicamentoso, nutritional and environmental (sustainable) value of mushrooms; and to do continuing research regarding most effective climatic regions and typically the diversity regarding substrata regarding mushroom traditions.
The French-born Mathieu moved to Mexico, together with in fact to be able to Huautla de Jiménez, inside june 2006. “Yes, coming to Mexico from People from france for you to follow my interest in mushrooms seems like a extended way to travel, micron Mathieu described in the new interview in Oaxaca. “But there really has not been much of an opportunity in order to conduct studies plus raise a business in European The eu, ” this individual remains, “since reverence to get mushrooms possessed been just about fully eradicated by The Church over the course involving centuries; and I learned that Mexico still maintains some sort of respect and appreciation for your medicinal and nutritional