Buy Dried Amanita Muscaria | Fly Agaric Mushroom

Professionally dried and vacuum zip packed

We process and sell in our webshop one of the most amazing, beautiful and recognizable mushrooms in the world: Amanita Muscaria, also known as Fly Agaric.  The mushrooms are harvested in clan and unpolluted north region of Poland (east Europe) called Masuria. Amanita Muscaria can be found throughout the all world, but grows only in symbiosis with birch and pine trees (also can be found under the fir, spruce and cedar). It is why any attempts to commercially cultivate Fly Agaric mushrooms failed. Without the host tree the mycelium will not develop the fruit body. English name Fly Agaric seems to be derived from its insecticide use. The mushroom contains biologically active agents: choline, muscarine, muscazon, etc. Some of them: ibotenic acid (IBO) and muscimol (MUS) seems to be psychoactive and it is why Amanita Muscaria was used as an intoxicant, entheogen and has a religious significance in various cultures.

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The Amanita Muscaria has a long history of human cultural association. Well documented is ceremonial use of the Fly Agaric in ritualistic practices by native tribes of Siberia: Ostyak, Vogul, Kamchadal, Koryak and Chukchi. Amanita Muscaria use was restricted only to shamans. It is also belived that Berserker Rages of Nordic Vikings was caused by Fly Agaric mushrooms. The active ingradients of AM are water-soluble, boiling and then drinking the extract was the main way of intoxication. The use of Fly Agaric as a food source (after detoxification by boiling) is well known in Japan and other places.

Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) is TOXIC can be used only for decoration or scientific purposes.


Ibotenic acid and muscimol are structurally related to the glutamic acid and GABA neurotransmitters. Thus Fly Agaric derived IBO and MUS are convenient tools for scientific research of brain receptors functionality. According to scientific papers, mushrooms from Poland have elevated concentration of ibotenic acid (IBO) and muscimol (MUS). Details in article published in: Electrophoresis 2014, 35, 2593–2599 : “Determination of muscimol and ibotenic acid in mushrooms of Amanitaceae by capillary electrophoresis”.

After harvesting, our mushrooms are immediately processed: splitted, manually cleaned and then dried using professional mushroom dryers in controlled conditions. Drying procedure is based on the scientific research of groups investigating effect of time and drying temperature on ibotenic acid and muscimol content in mushrooms. To preserve dried Fly Agaric quality, mushrooms are vacuum packed with professional vacuum sealer. Every bag with dried mushrooms contains hygroscopic desiccant to sustain dryness.