Where to Find Amanita Muscaria in Washington State

Where to Find Amanita Muscaria in Washington State

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Amanita Muscaria, more commonly known as the fly agaric mushroom, is a psychoactive fungus that can be found growing in the wild throughout Washington State during late summer and fall. This mushroom is well-known for its  properties, and has been used by humans for centuries for religious ceremonies and spiritual purposes. While the fly agaric…

Amanita Muscaria: Where Does it Grow?

Amanita Muscaria: Where Does it Grow?

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Mushrooms have been used as a part of religious ceremonies and healing treatments for centuries. One type of mushroom, Amanita Muscaria, is psychoactive and has been used by shamans for spiritual purposes. This mushroom can be found all over the world in various climates, but it is important to know the dangers associated with it…

Amanita Muscaria: A Brief History of the “Fly Agaric” Mushroom

Amanita Muscaria: A Brief History of the “Fly Agaric” Mushroom

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The “Fly Agaric” mushroom, Amanita Muscaria, is one of the most fascinating and mysterious mushrooms in the world. Though it is poisonous, it has been used for centuries by various cultures for religious ceremonies and healing purposes. Its history is shrouded in legend and folklore, and its use is still controversial today. Let’s take a…

How to Dry Fly Agaric: The Easiest Way to Preserve a Mushroom

How to Dry Fly Agaric: The Easiest Way to Preserve a Mushroom

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How to Dry Fly Agaric: The Easiest Way to Preserve Mushroom Fly agaric is a type of mushroom that is often used for its psychedelic properties. It can be found in many parts of the world but is most commonly found in Europe. The best way to dry fly agaric is by using a dehydrator….

What Is Amanita Regalis?

What Is Amanita Regalis?

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Amanita regalis Amanita regalis is a rare fungus in the family Amanitaceae. Up until the early 20th century, Amanita regalis was considered to be a variety of Amanita muscaria, but taxonomists classified it as a separate species. Nowadays, Amanita regalis is known by many different names like the royal fly agaric, the King of Sweden…

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