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Poisonous and Hallucinogenic Mushrooms

Richard Haard

Poisonous and Hallucinogenic Mushrooms

by Richard Haard

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Published by Homestead Book Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8359350M
    ISBN 100930180054
    ISBN 109780930180058

    There are no sweeping rules for identifying all hallucinogenic mushrooms. There are, however, a few features distinctive of many of the psilocybin-containing Psilocybe and Panaeolus species, and not shared by poisonous or non-hallucinogenic fungi.. An important feature in determining whether you have a Psilocybe or Panaeolus species is spore color. The color of a mushroom's . Hallucinogenic And Poisonous Mushroom Field Guide Author: + Subject: Hallucinogenic And Poisonous Mushroom Field Guide Keywords: hallucinogenic, and, poisonous, mushroom, field, guide Created Date: 4/22/ AM.

    The psilocybin group of mushrooms, popularly known as magic mushrooms, shrooms or psychedelic mushrooms, is found in over two hundred varieties around the world. We know them today as a recreational drug used to induce hallucinations and a sense of euphoria, but the ancient origin of magic mushrooms goes back thousands of : Robert Brusco.   Psilocybin is the main psychoactive ingredient in hallucinogenic mushrooms, also called "magic mushrooms" or "shrooms." There are over species of mushrooms that contain : Cari Nierenberg. Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita, is a basidiomycete of the genus Amanita. It is also a muscimol mushroom. Native throughout the temperate and boreal regions of the Northern Hemisphere, Amanita muscaria has been unintentionally introduced to many countries in the Southern Hemisphere, Family: Amanitaceae.

    Poisonous and Hallucinogenic Mushrooms: Richard & Karen Haard: Poisonous Plants: F. Starý & Z. Berger: Poisonous Plants of California: T.C. Fuller & E. McClintock: Poisons of the Past: Mary Kilbourne Matossian: The Politics of Ecstasy: Timothy Leary: The Politics of Heroin: Alfred W. McCoy: Poppies: Eric Detzer: The Poppy Crop: Bill Hornadge. Mushroom Poisoning Syndromes. If you suspect that you have consumed a poisonous mushroom, contact a physician, or your local poison control center. (Syn. G. autumnalis) and other amanitoxin-bearing "little brown mushrooms" may be mistaken for hallucinogenic species. A psilocybin mushroom, also known as a magic mushroom or a psychedelic mushroom, is one of a polyphyletic group of fungi that contain psilocybin and psilocin.. Biological genera containing psilocybin mushrooms include Copelandia, Gymnopilus, Inocybe, Panaeolus, Pholiotina, Pluteus, and ybin mushrooms may have been used in ancient .


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Poisonous and Hallucinogenic Mushrooms by Richard Haard Download PDF EPUB FB2

SyntaxTextGen not activatedHallucinogenic Psilocybe were known to pdf aboriginal Mexicans as teonanácatl (literally "divine mushroom") and were reportedly served at the coronation of Moctezuma II in After the Spanish conquest of the Americas, the use of hallucinogenic plants and mushrooms, like other pre- Christian traditions, was forcibly suppressed and driven Class: Agaricomycetes.Gary Lincoff and D.H.

Mitchel, Toxic and Hallucinogenic Mushroom Poisoning: A Handbook for Physicians and Mushroom Hunters, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, etc. (). Joseph F. Ammirati, J.A. Traquair, and P.A. Horgen, Poisonous Mushrooms of Canada, Research Branch Agriculture Canada Monograph 30 ().For the article on fungi that have caused deaths, see List of deadly fungi.

This ebook a compendium of poisonous fungi. See also mushroom poisoning. ^ Gill, Melvyn; Strauch, Richard J. (). "Constituents of Agaricus xanthodermus Genevier: The First Naturally Endogenous Azo Compound and Toxic Phenolic Metabolites".