Amanita Pantherina Grade "A" Caps (1oz)
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These yellowish forms are difficult to distinguish from A. gemmata; one of the most common causes of mushroom poisoning in the Pacific Northwest. But these certified Amanita pantherina speciemsn come from a religious sect in Siberia that still uses these caps listed as poisons in their rituals to this day. Pantherinas have much more concentrated active components in them, but are strictly not for human consumption.
These dried caps are sold for their historical and ethnobotanical interest only and are not for human consumption; they are listed as a poison by the FDA.