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AKA Fly Agaric or Fly Amanita
AKA Fly Agaric or Fly Amanita
Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita, is a basidiomycete of the genus Amanita. It is also a muscimol mushroom. It is a large white-gilled, white-spotted, usually red mushroom.
A recent molecular study proposes that it had an ancestral origin in the Siberian–Beringian region in the Tertiary period, before radiating outwards across Asia, Europe and North America. It is native throughout the temperate and boreal regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Its use was known among almost all of the Uralic-speaking peoples of western Siberia and the Paleosiberian-speaking peoples of the Russian Far East. Amanita muscaria has been unintentionally introduced to many countries in the Southern Hemisphere, including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South America.
It can be found in woodlands, parks and heaths with scattered trees, typically growing beneath pine, oak, spruce, fir, birch, and cedar.
In the first pictographic evidence is the cave drawings at Tassili n’Ajjer in Algeria, depicting dancing human figures holding mushrooms in their hands, dating to between 9500-7000 BC.
Pictographs of mushrooms appear at the Selva Pascuala mural in eastern Spain dating to 6000 BC. Part-human, part-mushroom shaped petroglyphs dating to the first millennium BC were found above the arctic circle along the Pegtymel River in northeastern Russia.
The ancient Vedic Indo-Aryan plant-derived drink ‘Soma’ and its Persian counterpart ‘Haoma’ (1500 - 600 BC) to the Kykeōn initiation ritual during the Eleusinian Mysteries in Greece (1450 BC to 400 CE).
It has been suggested that the Viking berserker gangs (900 - 1200 CE) used it before battle.
A mural painted in 1290 in Plaincourault Chapel in France appears to show Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden with a serpent coiled around a giant Amanita muscaria.
In a translated journal published in English in 1736, while in a Siberian labor camp, Swedish colonel Philip Johan von Strahlenberg observed its use among the local Koryak people. In eastern Siberia, the shaman would take the mushrooms, and others would drink his urine. Noting those who could not afford to gather the mushroom themselves resorted to drinking the urine of the rich who had done so, including from reindeer, and in so doing could prolong the psychoactive effects for up to 4 or 5 cycles of ingestion and excretion.
The mushrooms’ ability to impart intoxication after passing through the body was noted by German zoologist and explorer Georg Wilhelm Steller while exploring Kamchatka in the early 1740s.
It is one of the most recognizable and widely encountered in popular culture. Authors recorded the distortions of the size of perceived objects while intoxicated by the fungus, including naturalist Mordecai Cubitt Cooke in his books The Seven Sisters of Sleep and A Plain and Easy Account of British Fungi. This observation is thought to have formed the basis of the effects of eating the mushroom in the 1865 popular story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In Hieronymus Bosch's painting, The Garden of Earthly Delights, the mushroom can be seen on the left-hand panel of the work.
We see it in film—e.g., the dancing mushroom sequence in the 1940 Disney film Fantasia. We see it in television—e.g., the houses in The Smurfs franchise. We see it in video games—e.g., the extensive use of a recognizable Amanita muscaria as a Super Mushroom power-up in the Super Mario Bros franchise.
Since 7,000 BCE
Paraboiled, dryed and decarboxylated prior to being packaged.
All compounds are tested for potency, heavy metals and to assure no psilocybin.
It can be sold in most countries and 49 states, only Louisiana prohibits it.
500 MG each square
$39.99 | 10 count
1:15 ratio 66mg/1ml
$49.99 | 1 fluid ounce
500 MG per capsule
$59.99 | 30 count
1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or 1 oz quantities.
$120 | 1 ounce
WARNING: These products are not intended for human consumption and should only be used for spiritual, educational and ethnobotanical research purposes; they are listed as a poison by the FDA.
Restricted in Australia, Romania, The Netherlands, Thailand, and Louisiana of USA.
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