Maria Sabina Documentary

María Sabina Magdalena García (22 of July of 1894 – 23 of November of 1985) was a curandera of the ethnic Mexican mazateca, exerted its profession mainly in the town of Huautla de Jiménez located in the mountain range Mazateca, to the south Of Mexico, in the state of Oaxaca.

After her traditional knowledge about the ceremonial and healing use of hallucinogenic mushrooms, which she called “holy children,” which grew in her region, were spread by amateur banker and mycologist Robert Gordon Wasson, Maria Sabina was converted into a National and international celebrity, especially among people who struggle for the open and legal use of psychoactive substances

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