A muscimol mushroom found in many countries. Ideal for all users looking for relaxing effects.
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About Amanita Regalis
Depending on the countries vernacular, Amanita Regalis is known as "Brown Fly Agaric," "Amanita Royale," or even "The King Of Sweden Amanita." The main distinction with A. Regalis is its shiny brown caps that are larger than other Amanita mushrooms. It is called Royal Fly Agaric in Alaska where Amanita Regalis mushrooms grow exclusively in North America.
What Are The Effects Of Amanita Regalis?
Effects are stronger than A. Muscaria and are similar to a Z-drug due to their relaxing and sedative effects.
Taxonomy & Classification
Amanita Regalis is the type species of the Amanita genus. Throughout the centuries different mycologists treated A. Regalis as either a variety of Amanita Muscaria or a distinct species. First published by Elias Magnus Fries in 1821, Royal Fly Agaric first became its own distinct species in 1903 by mycologist Edmund Michael. By 1949, Rolf Singer considered it a subspecies of A. Muscaria in his version of Agaricales in Modern Technology. In the 1980's, a Japanese group used phylogenetic analysis to conclude that Amanita Regalis mushrooms should be grouped with A. Muscaria. Although this molecular discovery, Amanita Regalis is still its own distinct species and remains a popular Amanita Mushroom to study, earning "Mushroom Of The Year" by Germany's Mycological Society.
Is Amanita Regalis Legal?
YES, Amanita Mushrooms and its psychedelic compound Muscimol are legal. They are not included with other tryptamines on the controlled substances act like Psilocybin magic mushrooms.
How Do I Use Amanita Regalis Mushrooms?
The most common method of administration. Oral ingestion is effective and synonomous with consuming mushrooms for dietary or psychoactive use.
A trending niche sector with a growing user base applying all types of functional fungi products for beauty, general health and pain relief.
A novelty use and spiritual practice that dates back to the Sami people of Siberia. Effects are milder than oral ingestion but easier to dose.
What Is Muscimol?
The key psychoactive ingredient in Amanita Mushrooms that binds to GABA receptors and produces hypnotic, sedative, depressant and hallucinogenic effects.
What Is Ibotenic Acid?
An acid that breaks down in the liver and converts to Muscimol. There is a lot of misinformation out there about Ibotenic Acid and its toxicity, which are usually negligible amounts when found in Fungi
How Much Should I Take?
Body composition, metabolism and tolerance levels are key factors. Titration and having a clear intention is key to figuring out the optimal dose for yourself.
I Want To Microdose. How Much Is That?
Depending on who you ask, the term "Microdose" has many meanings. Scientifically speaking, its a dose so low that it only affects your subconscious mind. In today's popular culture, Microdosing is more synonomous with taking the smallest dose needed to achieve some psychoactive effects while still being able to function. The best recommendation is titration, which really comes down to each individual figuring out what works best for them.
Will I Have A Full Trip With Visuals?
NO, Amanita Mushrooms are not like Psilocybin Magic Mushrooms as they dont naturally contain the psychedelic properties to produce those effects.
Is This FDA Approved?
Like many other dietary supplements, holistic and alternative medicines, Amanita Mushrooms are not FDA approved. Per FDA labeling requirements, these products are not intended for human consumption and should only be used for spiritual, education and research purposes only.