Information on oral use of amanita muscaria

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Videos on anything related to using it orally as opposed to the other methods of ingestion.

I Think Soma Is Yogurt

I Think Soma Is Yogurt

Hear me out tho! Links to all the things in the video at the end of this description. Yogurt depends on bacteria and this has those bacteria. While this is at a high room temp, the bacteria necessary are either on the mushroom or naturally in the milk since this is raw milk that has not been pasteurized. Help support this website: BUY ME A CUP OF COFFEE- Monthly Zoom meetings with Patrons: My Store: Bitcoin:1BUVG3jyxyFRpbXpTRBsaFjEzPmDswN5wC BCH bitcoincash:qpaysup7xynpxrvu9n933p964kdcjgyx2urvle0t4a Instagram: #amanitadreaming Our forum and research wiki: Facebook: From psychology Wiki at this link: In 1968, R. Gordon Wasson proposed that A. muscaria was the Soma talked about in the Rig Veda of India,[52] which received widespread publicity and popular support at the time.[53] He noted that descriptions of Soma omitted description of roots, stems or seeds, which suggested a mushroom,[54] and used the adjective hári "dazzling" or "flaming" which the author interprets as red.[55] One line described men urinating Soma; this recalled the practice of recycling urine in Siberia. Soma is mentioned as coming "from the mountains", which Wasson interpreted as being brought with the Aryan invaders from the north.[56] However, Indian scholars Santosh Kumar Dash and Sachinanda Padhy noted that both the eating of mushrooms and drinking of urine were proscribed, using as a source the Manusmṛti.[57] In 1971, Vedic scholar John Brough from Cambridge University rejected Wasson's theory; he noted the language was too vague to determine a description of Soma.[58]. In his 1976 survey, Hallucinogens and Culture, anthropologist Peter T. Furst evaluated the evidence for and against the identification of the Fly Agaric mushroom as Vedic Soma, concluding cautiously in its favor. [59] From there I worked from the book: Fly Agaric, A compendium by Kevin Feeney available on Amazon and also referencing the Patent by Dr. Trent Austin found here: