Here are some questions that we often receive from our customers. We hope these will clarify you some things. If you still have any questions, please, fill in the contact form.

How to use Amanita Muscaria mushroom?

Before buying Fly Agaric mushroom, You already have to know, what will you use it for. We don't discuss the usage of this power plant, because we are selling it not for human comsumption.

Do we have discounts for our products?

We offer free worldwide shiping, it's our discount for you.

Is Fly Agaric poisonous? Has anyone died from this mushroom?

Classified as poisonous but reports of human deaths from eating this mushroom are extremely rare. There are frequent occasions where Amanita Muscaria is mixed up with green Amanita phalloides, which upon consumtion may result in death. Therefore the mushrooms that we forage have distinctive recognition signs.

Is our Amanita Muscaria effective?

Yes, we do not alter our amanita muscaria. We dry our fly agaric mushrom caps from 40 - 45 degreese C (104 - 113F) and store them for tree months in a dark and cool storage facility before selling. Our mushrooms are totally organic, straight from Lithuanian forests. It is a muscimol mushroom. Amanita muscaria is known for its hallucinogenic properties, with its main psychoactive compounds that are ibotenic acid and muscimol.

What compounds does Amanita Muscaria have?

The primary active chemicals known in Amanita Muscaria are: Muscimol, Ibotenic acid,
Muscazone, and Muscarine.

Why would you want your Amanita to be of Lithuanian origin?

Lithuania has 4, very distinctive, seasons. Winter - which is -20, and somethtimes even -30 degrees. Summer - that gets up to +34 degrees, rebirthing spring, freezy and colorful autumn. Which brings us the season of Fly Amanitas. Because of those very different - ranging temperatures and weather conditions seasons, Amanitas have to go through the circle of "life" and "death", therefore Lithunian Amanitas have the capacity to have compounds that are stronger in their effectiveness. It's why in the middle ages, Siberian Shamans would sell their deer for 15-20 dried Amanita muscaria caps.

Which part of Amanita has the most compounds?

The concentrate of compaunds is to be found just beneath the red layer. Not in white warts as many people may have believed.

Is Amanita Muscaria a psychedelic?

Well, not exactly like that... The compounds that are in the mushroom are psychoactive, therefore it's not called a psychedelic. Even though altering states of mind do happen on bigger doses.