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Amanita (Amanita muscaria) 1g
Amanita muscaria, also known as flying Agar, might be the most famous of all mushrooms. With its red caps and white dots, it calls the attention of anybody that encounters it in nature. It appears on the entire northern hemisphere and in some parts of the southern as well. Featered in countless histories and fairytales, such as the fables of Santa Claus and even in contemporary storytelling such as Supermario Brothers these mushrooms always appear, sometimes as a unimportant detail, sometimes as a hidden sign to show that supernatural forces are involved in the story, and many more. Unfortunately these mushrooms got the fame of being deadly and toxic, but until today there is not one single case of somebody that died because of Amanita muscaria. Fact is, this mushroom can cause altered states and strong hallucinations, and will lead to stomach ache, but not to death, unless improperly prepared or taken in big doses. Until today, shamans of Siberia and Mongolia use these mushrooms in their ceremonies and healing rituals. Many different tribes and cultures have used it throughout history, such as the Celts and the Druids, as well as several tribes from North America, Mayans from Mexico, and there are rumors that even the mysterious Soma from the Vedic texts was based on Amanita muscaria. Also, Amanita seems to be the only psychoactive plant, from which active compounds are completely preserved in urine, meaning that if one drinks the urine of somebody that just ate the amanita, he will get the full effect as well.
Risks: if the raw mushroom is not completely dry, it can lead to heavy illness. Also eating large amounts of it is a serious journey and only recommended for experienced Amanita users.
Traditional preparation: the mushrooms can be cooked in food, soaked in strong alcohol for some weeks, or they can be consumed completely dry or in a tea. The fresh skin can be dried and smoked.