also known as: Fly Agaric & Fly Amanita
warning: Amanita Muscaria is a poisonous and psychoactive basidiomycete fungus.
Contains: muscimol and ibotenic acid
not for human consumption
potpourri and art. It is suggested that the Vikings used A. Muscaria to produce their berserker rages.
culinary use: The toxins in A. muscaria are water soluble. When sliced thinly, or chopped into thin dice and boiled in
plentiful water until thoroughly cooked, it seems to be detoxified.