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..."
“Some of the best stuff out there, and for an awesome price that will beat any website...[GoldofSunshine]”
"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]"
What is Fly Agaric? With all of the talk about “legal highs” these days, people keep digging a little bit deeper and striking “gold” in the form of Salvia, Kratom, and now Fly Agaric, or Amanita muscaria. The Amanitas muscaria are a large mushroom that generally grows in clusters and may be anywhere from the size of a golf ball to bigger than both of your hands. Most have bright red caps with white wharts and, if separated, you’d find a yellow layer of skin. A mature fly agaric mushroom is usually 3 to 8 inches in size, but some have grown to be very large.
Depending on weather conditions and age of the mushroom, the top of the fungus may change from red to yellow. The mushroom is often mistaken for other species, which can be quite dangerous for those who go in search of this one. Some Amanita strains can be consumed and other are considered to be poisonous. The Amanitas muscaria can be found in most parts of the world and it tends to adapt to trees, pines and other woodland plants well. It does adapt well to warm climates and has been spreading in the rainforest of Australia, among other spots.
The two active ingredients in Amanitas muscaria are muscimol and ibotenic acid. It’s these two that induce fly agaric’s potent effects and psychoactive properties. Psychoactive symptoms include auditory and visual distortions, mood change, euphoria, relaxation and loss of equilibrium. There have been no recorded deaths associated with the use of muscaria. Of course, “poisoning” levels have been achieved by those looking for a psychoactive high and overdoing it or simply from young children finding it and putting it in their mouths.
Fly agaric has a great history, going to back to shamans in Eastern Siberia. The Amanitas muscaria mushroom are still used in spiritual rituals, shamanic rituals and for mediation purposes. There are many varieties of Fly Agaric as it is grown in several places in Europe and in the United States. As with any ethnobotanical, it’s easy enough to buy unauthentic stuff and waste time and resources.
Do your homework, read the fly agaric reviews and buy from a trusted source. Then, enjoy yourself.
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