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Collection and harvesting are carried out only by experienced mushroom pickers with many years of experience.
Carried out by our mushroom pickers far from roads, enterprises, and settlements. We gather only clean and intact high-quality mushrooms!
For packaging, we use vacuum bags, in which your dried Amanitas will retain all their beneficial properties for a whole year. Nature's benefits all year round!
It takes place using a technology perfected over years, completely preserving their medicinal properties. Drying occurs exclusively at a temperature of 35-40°C!
WHAT IS PSYCHEDELIC AMANITA MUSCARIA USED FOR?
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Explore the wholesale availability of Amanita muscaria mushrooms, widely recognized as Fly Agaric or Fly Amanita, a distinct member of the muscaria mushroom family. The fly agaric stands as perhaps the most iconic toadstool species, featuring its prominent white gills, white spots, and typically red cap. It ranks among the most familiar and encountered mushrooms in various forms of popular culture, including art, movies, cartoons, and video games. Amanita Muscaria boasts an extensive history intertwined with multiple cultures, recreational usage, and ceremonial entheogenic applications—continuing to find relevance in today's global landscape. Present-day researchers and practitioners have rekindled the wisdom of ancient tribes and indigenous communities, recognizing that this mushroom symbolizes more than a mere fairytale emblem; it harbors profound medicinal potentials.
Amanita muscaria is categorized as an entheogen. Its psychoactive effects often label it as a "magic mushroom," although its effects differ significantly from psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Notably, A. muscaria lacks psilocybin or psilocin. The active constituents in this mushroom are muscimol and ibotenic acid. Muscimol, which selectively stimulates the GABAA receptor, yields sedative, depressant, and deliriant outcomes that set it apart from other hallucinogenic substances.
In addition to its storied history and cultural significance, there's also a growing interest in the practice of microdosing with Amanita muscaria. Some individuals have reported potential benefits from consuming sub-perceptual amounts of this mushroom, such as enhanced creativity, improved focus, and mood elevation. However, like any form of substance usage, it's crucial to approach microdosing with caution, awareness, and proper guidance.
While naturally toxic when raw, instances of death resulting from Amanita Muscaria ingestion are exceedingly uncommon. The process of parboiling the mushrooms twice, followed by water drainage, diminishes their toxicity and breaks down the psychoactive compounds within the mushroom. It is vital to exercise caution when preparing the mushrooms, which entails thoroughly drying them through methods like a food dehydrator or an oven at a low temperature. The mushrooms should never be consumed in their raw state, as doing so could lead to gastrointestinal distress, adverse reactions due to ibotenic acid, or sensitivities to uncooked mushroom proteins. Safeguarding proper handling and meticulous preparation of Amanita Muscaria ingredients guarantees the production of both safe and efficacious end products.
Amanita Muscaria is renowned for its hallucinogenic attributes, primarily attributed to the tryptamines Muscimol and its neurotoxic precursor Ibotenic Acid. Additionally, Amanita Muscaria harbors traces of muscarine, initially believed to be the active compound due to its interaction with muscarinic acetylcholine receptors. However, its presence is so minute that it is generally regarded as inconsequential.
IN LOVE WITH AMANITA MUSCARIA
Carrying forward the time-honored customs of our forebears, we proudly offer dried Amanita Muscaria, carefully gathered exclusively from the distant woodlands of Ukrania during its seasonal abundance spanning August to November. With a deep appreciation for the ecosystem, we diligently preserve a portion of these mushrooms to support further growth and the needs of wildlife.
Amanita Muscaria caps, once treasured for their inclusion in special concoctions and plant medicines, as well as the crafting of magical elixirs and enigmatic brews, now find their essence in our offerings. The secret to their enduring quality lies in our precise drying technique, which maintains the most cherished physical and chemical attributes. Upon harvest, the mushrooms undergo meticulous sorting and cleansing before entering our dedicated drying chamber for a span of 2 to 4 days. Fresh amanita caps gently desiccate at a temperature of 104°F. Thoroughly dried caps retain 10-15% moisture content. Following this, our dried fly agaric mushrooms are carefully sealed within vacuum packages, available in quantities of half an ounce (15 grams), 1 ounce (30 grams), and 2 ounces (60 grams). Our storage practices ensure that the dried Amanita Muscaria retains its potency, housed in a cool, dry, and dimly lit environment for a maximum duration of one year.
Our commitment is unwavering in delivering a product that excels in both appearance and effectiveness. Nevertheless, as each Amanita mushroom holds its unique composition, we must acknowledge that the exact content of compounds within them cannot be guaranteed.
PREPARATION PROCESS OF AMANITA
What are the benefits of Amanita Muscaria?
Amanita Muscaria mushrooms have been embraced medicinally by various tribal communities for centuries. These include groups in Siberia, as well as regions in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, and Russia. Among these peoples, the mushroom has been applied both externally and internally due to its recognized analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and stimulating qualities. Recent scientific investigation into the mushroom's pharmacology validates these age-old applications and even highlights certain compounds with anti-tumor and memory-preserving properties.*
Over the course of centuries, Amanita Muscaria has served as a homeopathic remedy. Records indicate its utilization for addressing an array of ailments encompassing pain, depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, and even addiction/withdrawal. Despite cautionary advice from mycologists and persisting stories of mycophobia, an increasing number of individuals are displaying interest in this fungus, exploring its potential as an entheogen, and investigating its capacity to address both emotional distress and physical maladies. Reports also suggest individuals are engaging in microdosing of Amanita Muscaria to enhance energy levels and productivity.*
Is Amanita Muscaria legal?
Amanita Muscaria is legal in all U.S. states except Louisiana, where the Louisiana State Act 159 prohibits its cultivation, sale, or possession, along with several other potentially hallucinogenic plants. The primary active compound, muscimol, isn't classified as a controlled substance by the U.S. federal government. On a global scale, Amanita Muscaria is generally legal, with exceptions including Australia, Romania, The Netherlands, and Thailand. Despite lacking federal regulation in the United States for cultivation, possession, and distribution of Amanita Muscaria, it's important to note that it hasn't received approval for human consumption. As outlined on the Erowid Center's website, "If marketed as a supplement, sales must adhere to U.S. supplement regulations. If intended for consumption as a food or drug, sales fall under FDA regulation."
Does Amanita Muscaria have toxic properties?
Muscimol and ibotenic acid can be fatal when taken in excessive amounts. No studies have established the toxicity levels or potential long-term consequences in humans. Similar to alcohol, Amanita Muscaria is technically toxic, but it can be ingested safely when consumed in controlled quantities. Proper preparation of the mushrooms is essential, achieved by thorough drying in a food dehydrator or oven at a low temperature. Consuming the mushrooms raw should be avoided, as it could lead to gastrointestinal discomfort, negative effects from ibotenic acid, or allergic reactions to uncooked mushroom proteins. The correct handling and preparation of Amanita Muscaria ingredients are critical to ensuring the safety and efficacy of the final products.
How much Amanita mushrooms should I consume?
Personal factors such as body composition, metabolism, and tolerance levels play a significant role. Gradual adjustment and having a clear goal are essential for determining the appropriate dosage. The recommended method is to commence with a small quantity until you become acquainted with the effects, gradually increasing it based on your specific objectives.
What does the term "entheogen" mean?
Entheogens are psychoactive substances, often derived from plants, that trigger shifts in perception, mood, consciousness, cognition, or behavior with the intention of fostering spiritual growth or facilitating experiences within sacred settings.
*These statements have not been assessed by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, have a medical condition, or are taking prescription medications, consult your healthcare provider before use. The Food and Drug Administration has not granted approval for human consumption of Amanita Muscaria mushrooms.
Clinical Research References
Amanita Muscaria mushrooms have the potential to offer potent anti-inflammatory properties*.
The protective effect of muscimol against systemic inflammatory response in endotoxemic mice is independent of GABAergic and cholinergic receptors | Can J Physiol Pharmacol 2022 Jul 1;100(7):665-678
Fucomannogalactan and glucan from mushroom Amanita muscaria: Structure and inflammatory pain inhibition | Carbohydrate Polymers Volume 98, Issue 1, 15 October 2013, Pages 761-769
Mushrooms: A Potential Natural Source of Anti-Inflammatory Compounds for Medical Applications | Mediators Inflamm. 2014; 2014: 805841
Effects of Amanita muscaria extract on different in vitro neurotoxicity models at sub-cellular and cellular levels | Food Chem Toxicol 2019 Oct;132:110687
Muscimol derived from Amanita Muscaria mushrooms could potentially possess anti-cancer properties*.
Gel with silver and ultrasmall iron oxide nanoparticles produced with Amanita muscaria extract: physicochemical characterization, microstructure analysis and anticancer properties | Scientific Reports volume 8, Article number: 13260 (2018)
Functional GABA(A) receptors on human glioma cells | Eur J Neurosci 1998 Jan;10(1):231-8
Muscimol sourced from Amanita Muscaria mushrooms has the potential to alleviate fear, stress, and anxiety by activating GABAA receptors*.
GABAA receptors: structure, function, pharmacology, and related disorders | Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology volume 19, Article number: 123 (2021)
Muscimol as an ionotropic GABA receptor agonist | Neurochem Res 2014 Oct;39(10):1942-7
Extrasynaptic δ-GABAA receptors are high-affinity muscimol receptors | J Neurochem 2019 Apr;149(1):41-53
Imaging the spread of reversible brain inactivations using fluorescent muscimol | J Neurosci Methods 2008 Jun 15;171(1):30-8
Functional inactivation of the lateral and basal nuclei of the amygdala by muscimol infusion prevents fear conditioning to an explicit conditioned stimulus and to contextual stimuli | Behav Neurosci 1997 Aug;111(4):683-91
The ventral hippocampus and fear conditioning in rats. Different anterograde amnesias of fear after tetrodotoxin inactivation and infusion of the GABA(A) agonist muscimol | Exp Brain Res 2001 Jul;139(1):39-52
Roles of hippocampal GABA(A) and muscarinic receptors in consolidation of context memory and context-shock association in contextual fear conditioning: a double dissociation study | Neurobiol Learn Mem 2012 Jul;98(1):17-24
Muscimol induces state-dependent learning in Morris water maze task in rats | Brain Res 1995 May 29;681(1-2):126-30
Binding of muscimol-conjugated quantum dots to GABAC receptors | J Am Chem Soc 2006 Dec 13;128(49):15701-13
A Method to Quantify Drosophila Behavioral Activities Induced by GABAA Agonist Muscimol | Bio Protoc 2021 Apr 20;11(8):e3982
Muscimol derived from Amanita Muscaria mushrooms could offer a novel avenue for addressing epilepsy and seizure disorders*.
Anticonvulsant effects of muscimol | Neurology 1980 Jun;30(6):575-81
Convection-Enhanced Delivery of Muscimol in Patients with Drug-Resistant Epilepsy | Neurosurgery 2019 Jul 1;85(1):E4-E15
GABA and epilepsy: their complex relationship and the evolution of our understanding | J Child Neurol 1992 Jan;7(1):77-86
Periodic transmeningeal muscimol maintains its antiepileptic efficacy over three weeks without inducing tolerance, in rats | Neurosci Lett 2011 Apr 25;494(2):135-8
GABA and epilepsy: basic concepts from preclinical research | Epilepsia 1992;33 Suppl 5:S3
Localized transmeningeal muscimol prevents neocortical seizures in rats and nonhuman primates: therapeutic implications. | Epilepsia 2009 Apr;50(4):678-93
Comparison of the antiepileptic properties of transmeningeally delivered muscimol, lidocaine, midazolam, pentobarbital and GABA, in rats | Neurosci Lett 2010 Jan 29;469(3):421-4
Anticonvulsant activity of muscimol and gamma-aminobutyric acid against pyridoxal phosphate-induced epileptic seizures | J Neurochem 1981 Jan;36(1):251-7
Prevention of kainic acid-induced limbic seizures and Fos expression by the GABA-A receptor agonist muscimol | Eur J Neurosci 1997 Jan;9(1):29-40
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