Amanita Muscaria

Amanita Muscaria

This magical little red mushroom is depicted through the art of religions throughout the entire world. Fly Algaric (Amanita) is generally referred to for its Hallucinogenic and psycho active properties but is mostly overlooked for all of its amazing other benefits. In ancient Siberian cultures and throughout Europe it was considered a potent pain medicine and rumored it was what was given to Jesus when he was hung on the cross for his pain. It is generally thought that this exotic mushroom species is poisonous but only a few fatal incidences have occurred with very large doses of 60 plus gm. . Its benefits are unfounded and many when used for micro-dosing or in higher doses.

  • Boost immune system
  • Has antimicrobial properties from the mycelium
  • Natural pain killing properties
  • Euphoria and Bliss
  • Vitality
  • Greatly decreases pain
  • Increases energy
  • Can decrease or stop depression in some people
  • Helps purge and detoxify the body
  • Can bring a person closer to spirit
  • Lowers Inflammation

My Process: These are wild foraged Amanitas from a farm I respect in Washington, USA. This extract was made with 108 grams of grounded up Amanita Red caps with a organic alcohol solvent on the Full Moon Eclipse in Capricorn. They will be ready on August 3, 2020 (Full Moon) for a process of a complete moon cycle.


Ceremony dose– (5gm-10gm recommendation) (This extract can be used as a microdose or a ceremony dose. For an Amanita ceremonial experience, drink from the bottle until you feel the effects. There are no actual caps or mushroom parts in this extract so you will not get poisoned.

Micro-dose – (0.5- 2gm ) For micro-dosing with this bottle take 3-5 droppers full in the morning mixed with tea or coffee on an empty stomach. With all micro-dosing you want to take for a few days than take a couple days off. I recommend take for 5 days than take two days off, do this for a couple weeks then take a break to see how you feel.

For pain: Take 1-3 droppers full with a warm liquid solvent like tea as needed.

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