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Post by tgt1002 » Mon Oct 12, 2020 11:51 pm

I wouldn't be concerned about microdosing raw. With tiny amounts you should be fine.
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Post by tamintegration » Wed Oct 14, 2020 1:16 am

Hi there.
I live in Western Mass, in the Berkshires. I just moved here, and have begun foraging. I've been finding all kinds of things, but not many amanitas.
If you're out here, I'd love to meet up.
Also, I lead psychedelic integration circles, and create educational events at tamintegration.com

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Post by Matt » Sun Oct 18, 2020 1:42 am

musky-mole wrote:
Wed Oct 23, 2019 3:12 pm
Hi everyone, I am Derek, 48, English living in France. I play harmonica, make homemade bread, beer & mead & naturally mushrooms are the logical next step, except I can't find any round here so had to buy it on eBay.. I am particularly interested in brewing with muscaria to make a musky mead, in small doses.. :)
Hi, Derek. Just curious if you ended up creating a muscaria mead. Sounds interesting, to say the least!

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Post by Matt » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:57 pm

AmAm wrote:
Wed Dec 11, 2019 8:18 pm
Thank you for letting me to join this forum I am from Lithuania.
I have been very interested with Amanitas for last few years. I pick them by my self in local woods, dry them or make Soma and recently started selling them so if any of you guys did not find any Amanitas this year you can pm me or visit my site.
Hi, Andrius. How do you make Soma?

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Post by leeriley84 » Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:09 pm

Hi amanita community, my names lee, im from the UK, thank you for accepting me, im new to mushrooms with only 4 psilocybin trips experience, I really wanna microdose amanita for health benifits, ive been off heroin for 12 years now and cannabis for 6, ive got a great life now, 3 great kids, great mrs, well payed job, and a nice car, I should be happy, but the drugs have left me scarred, even after all these years, im always thinking and living negatively, I can feel a constant haze and pressure in my forehead from all the negativity, I just want to be happy in life, for myself and the people I love, I'm not having good experiences yet with psilocybin, I had 1 amazing trip but then ruined how I felt by having a lower dose not long after, im hoping amanita can help start me on a positive journey, I've just ordered my first batch of 100g amanita powder from amanitamuscariastore, im gonna put a couple of question posts if thats ok for some advice on microdosing the tea and or smoking it, thank you for having me people, and a big shout out to dreamer herself, shes doing an amazing job :)
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Post by Jared44 » Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:30 pm

Hi all! My Name is Jared Wilmarth. I live in North Carolina, originally from Northen California. I’ve been very interested in mushrooms and the nature /science of them for a long time. I am a history buff and am fascinated by plants that have been used by humans for thousands of years.
I’ve been watching A Muscaria fruit in my neighborhood for a crew few years now and am finally ready to take the leap to using them.

I’ve been devouring the Amanita dreamer YouTube page, and have a drying technique that is not the oven that works well I think.

I’ve been harvesting in my area for the last 3-4 days. This flush is almost done but more rain in a few days, and more are expected.

I can’t wait to find out more and start using these wonderful things
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