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Fly agaric mushrooms - The Mix

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edited May 13 in Articles
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What do fly agaric mushrooms do? The Mix explains this legal high.

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  • DanChristosDanChristos Posts: 1 Literally just got here
    Your opening paragraph is not true... "fly agaric mushrooms are actually pretty nasty and potentially lethal" the rest is the article gives absolutely no supporting evidence for the claim in the opening paragraph. Why spread misinformation? The hallucinogenic substance in this mushroom is water soluble, so just chop up the cap, boil it in water for at least 15 and this mushroom is actually A+ grade eating as a food. Honestly try it and you'll see what I mean, it's so yum. If you want, after you separate the mushroom from the water, reduce the remaining water and you can use it to dose yourself, it's not poison, it's medicine. But you know as with everything in life, be responsible and you'll be right! Be irresponsible and you'll suffer consequences. 😁
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  • MaisyMaisy The Mix convert CymruPosts: 356 Moderator
    Thank you for your comment, @DanChristos

    Reading the rest of the article, it states that it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between a fly agaric mushroom and a potentially poisonous one (also belonging to the amanita mushroom family...of which there are over a few hundred types ) that could be fatal if ingested. There's also no guarantee that you'll get a good 'trip' either and you could become uncoordinated risking potentially serious injury as well.

    The same information is also found on FRANK as well: https://www.talktofrank.com/drug/magic-mushrooms.

    It's less about spreading misinformation and more about informing young people of the risks.
  • SkiveSkive No discipline. No morality. No respect. New ForestPosts: 15,210 Skive's The Limit
    Maisy wrote: »
    Reading the rest of the article, it states that it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between a fly agaric mushroom and a potentially poisonous one

    The article above also says that they 'are known for their distinctive appearance'.
    And I would largely agree with that. It's pretty hard to confuse them with any other aminita.


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