Fly Agaric Reviews - Amanita Muscaria and Fly Agaric Source
I've had nothing but good experiences from BBB [Bouncing Bear] over the years. The customer service is always very friendly (e-mail responses in a matter of minutes, usually). My orders always arrive no LATER than 3 days after I order and their products are second to none while still being about as cheap as I have seen.
- jj, KS
"This was a very good product! It gave very intense experiences...You might feel at times your part of some Disney Adventure! Will absolutely blow your mind![HerbalFire]"
"I ordered from Bouncing Bear Botanicals, and was impressed with the speed with which it was processed and shipped. In fact, when I received the box I wasn't sure what it was at first, because I thought there was no way I could place an order online on a Tuesday and receive my package that same week. I just placed another order..."
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"Thank you.I received my plant a few days ago and She is alive and well.It was about 6 inches tall which is about what expected.I am satisfied. [Arena Ethno]."
- Nicholas, NV
"It must have been fate. Finding Shamanic Extracts while looking for something else on Google. I really admire your business model and my expectations have absolutely been exceeded in every way.
- P. Fontenello
"Has a slight weird taste to it, but it kicks in very fast and lasts for a good bit. I will buy this product again. [HerbalFire]"
Fly Agaric Effects are of great interest to a lot of people lately. The Amanitas muscaria, while generally considered to be poisonous, is consumed as food in many parts of the world and is widely known for its hallucinogenic properties.
Fly Agaric traces it’s roots back to Siberia where it was used as an intoxicant and had spiritual significance. You many also hear it referred to as “Soma”, relating back to the ancient Rig Veda texts of India.
The main active hallucinogenic agent in fly agaric has long believed to be Muscarine but recent studies show that it may in fact be muscinol and Ibotenic acid which affect the central nervous system. Muscinol is the main ingredient thought to be responsible for a majority of psychoactivity.
So, what exactly will fly agaric effects be? Well, a large part of it is their unpredictability. Even the time of year of the harvested Amanitas muscaria caps makes a difference in their potency, as well as such factors as body weight, amount ingested, etc. In most cases, effects are auditory and visual distortions, mood changes, euphoria, relaxation and loss of equilibrium.
As with most herbs, mushrooms, and ethnobotanicals, you can always overdo it. There are a number of possible side effects associated with amanitas. Among these are nausea, low blood pressure, confusion, and irritability. In very extreme cases seizures and coma are possible.
Actually, most poisonings and generally any deaths associated with fly agaric come from people who eat the wrong kind of mushroom. Mistaken identity plays a large role in what is poisonous and what isn’t and whether Amanitas muscaria “nice effects” will be experienced or very dangerous side effects. There are even mushrooms called “destroying angels” that carry Amatoxins, a combination of eight very deadly toxins.
It can’t be stressed enough that when you’re dealing with mushrooms, to deal only with trusted sources and experts. Don’t run out and “pick your own” or buy from someone who just set up shop. It’s entirely too dangerous. To learn more about the best fly agaric products and the best Amanitas muscaria online dealers, check out our home page where we have our fly agaric reviews section.
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