Frequently Asked Questions

Our mission is to elevate your quality of life, and source the highest quality mushrooms that maintain their healing capabilities by only picking and processing with respect to their natural healing capabilities, meaning that you’ll get the most out of them with an affordable price point!

In a special dryer, the mushrooms are dried at a temperature of no greater than 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40°C). The mushrooms are then kept dry, dark, and cool to maintain the mushroom's internal humidity below 15%.

After payment is completed, all items are dispatched from our facilities in Lithuania within 1-2 business days, depending on the day of the week.All of our orders are shipped via (FEDEX PRIORITY, UPS EXPRESS, POST NL REGISTERD, DHL, OMNIVA, LP EXPRESS) for fastest shipping worldwide.

  • UK 4-5 days
  • Europe 5-8 days
  • US/Canada 7-15 days
  • Asia/Pacific 20-35 days

Yes, all orders are shipped by registered postal. We provide every customer the order number and the details on how to track your order, but we also regularly contact our clients and update them with the status of their order.

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United States

In the United States, Amanita Muscaria isn't federally listed under the Controlled Substances Act, thus it's technically legal at a national level [1]. However, state-level laws may vary. For instance, a dispensary in Florida legally sells these mushrooms, indicating that it's permissible in certain jurisdictions [1]. Still, states like Louisiana have laws against hallucinogenic substances, which could potentially include Amanita Muscaria [3].


In Europe, the legal status of Amanita Muscaria varies by country. It isn't typically regulated but in the United Kingdom, it's considered a Class A drug when prepared for ingestion [3]. In Germany and the Netherlands, it's legal to possess, buy, and sell [3].


The legality of Amanita Muscaria in Asia is complex due to diverse drug laws across countries. In Japan, there's no specific legislation against it [3]. However, in countries like Malaysia and Singapore, known for their strict drug laws, possession of these mushrooms could potentially be penalized [3].

Despite the legal ambiguities, remember that Amanita Muscaria is a potent hallucinogen and can be highly poisonous [2]. Always check your local laws and consult with a healthcare provider before considering its use due to potential health risks [2].

References:[1] Legal Psychedelic Mushroom Species Can Cause ...

[2] The Deceptive Mushroom: Accidental Amanita muscaria ...

[3] Drugs in focus - emcdda - European Union

Yes, Amanita Muscaria, also known as the fly agaric mushroom, is known for its psychedelic properties. This unique mushroom, recognized by its bright red cap and white spots, contains psychoactive ingredients, specifically muscimol and ibotenic acid, that give it hallucinogenic effects. However, it's important to note that while it does have psychedelic properties, it is also highly toxic. Consumption in large quantities can be fatal, and even in smaller amounts, it can cause severe reactions if eaten raw[1][2][3].References:[1] Amanita Muscaria: A Poisonous, Hallucinogenic, Edible ...[2] A Beginner's Guide to Amanita muscaria Mushrooms[3] What's the Deal with Amanita Muscaria?

Yes, you can technically eat Amanita Muscaria due to its psychedelic properties. However, it is not recommended because of its high toxicity. The psychoactive compounds in the mushroom, such as muscimol and ibotenic acid, can cause severe reactions like dizziness, hallucinations, seizures, vomiting, and even coma [1]. It's also worth noting that consuming too many caps can be fatal [3]. While some cultures have found ways to process the mushroom to reduce its toxicity, such as removing the red skin and boiling it, these methods do not entirely eliminate the risk [2]. Therefore, for safety reasons, eating Amanita Muscaria is not advised.

References:[1] The Deceptive Mushroom: Accidental Amanita muscaria ...

[2] Amanita muscaria - an overview

[3] Amanita Muscaria: A Poisonous, Hallucinogenic, Edible ...

Yes, Amanita Muscaria, also known as the Fly Agaric, is known to have psychedelic properties and can cause hallucinogenic effects. These effects are often described as a 'trip'. However, it's important to note that the effects can vary greatly from person to person and can be influenced by factors such as the individual's health, mindset, and the dosage consumed. Some experience euphoria and hallucinations, while others might experience nausea, agitation, and confusion. It's also worth emphasizing again that this mushroom is highly toxic and its consumption can pose serious health risks