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Different species of Amanita, Identification, (A.M. Chemical CompoundsUses, Health Benefits, and Concerns. Tearms and Condictions - Disaclaimer

 Baba Masha MD - Microdosing with Amanita Muscaria: Creativity, Healing, and Recovery with the Sacred Mushroom by Baba Masha and James Fadiman Ph.D.Baba Masha MD: Microdosing Amanita Muscaria

Amanita Muscaria vs. Psychedelic Mushrooms (Psilocybin): What’s the Difference

(Amanita muscaria: Ecology, Chemistry, Myths)

Amanita muscaria: The Mushrooms that shaped Mankind

600 species

The genus Amanita contains about 600 species of agarics including some of the most toxic known mushrooms found worldwide, as well as some well-regarded edible species. (Amatoxins are not found in Amanita Muscaria, however, this deadly toxin is found in)

Death Cap Mushrooms (Amanita phalloides)
Pacific Northwest Poisonous Mushrooms

Amanita ocreata - Wikipedia

"Amatoxins are also found in several other Amanita species (phalloides, bisporigera, hygroscopia, ocreata, suballiacea, tenuifolia, verna, and virosa), as well as in some species of the genera Galerina (autumnalis, marginata, and venenata) and Lepiota (brunneoincarnata, chlorophyllum, helveola, and josserandii)"

Death Cap Mushrooms

This species contains three main groups of toxins: amatoxins, phallotoxins, and virotoxins ..

Amanita muscaria is classified as an illegal substance in the state of Louisiana. As such, we do not support or endorse the use of any substance in violation of the law. Nevertheless, we recognize the prevalence of illicit drug consumption and advocate for the dissemination of responsible harm reduction information to ensure the well-being and safety of all individuals.

"Amanita muscaria is, surprisingly, a fully legal mushroom under federal law, and always has been. While psilocybin mushrooms are illegal in the United States, those that contain muscimol as their intoxicating agent are perfectly fine to be sold and purchased, with no restrictions of any kind."

It is highly recommended to exercise caution and thorough research before contemplating the use of Amanita Muscaria, a sacred mushroom. Due to the lack of regulation in internet sales, the origin and quality of these mushrooms may be uncertain. 

List of Amanita species - List Native to Oregon


Section Vaginatae [edit]


Section Caesareae [edit]

A. caesarea

Subgenus Amanitina [edit]

Section Phalloideae [edit]

A. phalloides

Section Validae [edit]

A. flavoconia

Section Roanokenses [edit]

A. abrupta

Section Amidella [edit]

Subgenus Lepidella (= Saproamanita) [edit]

Section Lepidella (= Saproamanita) [edit]

Unknown subgenus [edit]

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