Nature's Open Secret
For hundreds of years, the fly agaric (Amanita muscaria) mushroom has been used by tribal peoples in Siberia, as well as in parts of Scandinavia and Eastern Europe.
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Mushroom Movie Star
The Amanita muscaria mushroom is one of the most prevalent and recognizable mushrooms in the world. Some historians believe that humans have relied on it for thousands of years as a medicinal or religious aid. However, even with how common it is, something so prevalent in our culture has remained largely mysterious.
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Hidden In Plain Sight
Despite its potentially thousands of years of use in North America, the ethnographic history is difficult to document. Cultural anthropologist Kevin Feeney, PhD, JD writes: “In North America, there are several unsubstantiated reports of its being used traditionally by the Ojibwe and some other North American peoples,” Feeney says.
Providing Safer Access
Trusted Mushrooms has spent years exploring the research and development of products derived from this magical mushroom, with the launch of the first legal Amanita Muscaria gummies, Denver's, scheduled for fall 2022 in the USA.