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Well Well Well.............
    #4158234 - 05/10/05 05:55 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Well I did it again............. :rolleyes: 

I ate Aminita pantherina, and again, I got very high but experienced no sickness at all. I ate about half a cap only, but none the less did not experience even a hint of nausia or any other side effects.

This is the third time I have eaten this mushroom and I have yet to experinece the instant trip to the emergency room that is supposed to follow. :tongue2:

Maybe it just doesn't effect me that way, and others do get truely sick. I should point out however that the yellow Aminita muscaria always makes me very sick and I haved pucked on it. Maybe I have just goten lucky so far!

None the less I am starting to suspect that panthers may not realy be very toxic. I know other people have eaten this mushroom with no toxic side effects in normal dosses. Though there are others that insist that Panthers are very toxic and can send you to the hospital in a second. It should be pointed out however there was a time when A. muscaria was thought to be deadly poisen.

That said the high produced by A. pantherina is to die for...not literaly though!  :grin:  Also the high produced by these mushrooms is not a delirient high like Datura or dramamine. It is it's own unique effect like nothing else.


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: SoftRat]
    #4158251 - 05/10/05 06:00 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

do you have any pictures of the mushroom(s) you ate?


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #4158287 - 05/10/05 06:12 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

No.........I ate them! :lol:
But can ID mushies! but I will give you a description.

Dark Brown cap, convex, darker at center, many white warts. White free gills, white spore print. Partial viel formed a skirt ring on stalk. Basal bulb formed a volva that had a free colar/rim, not a sack. Growing in grass by side of path near a young conifer tree. Many other conifers in general area.


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: SoftRat]
    #4158372 - 05/10/05 06:32 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

No.........I ate them!
you ate the pictures AND
you ate the mushrooms?!?
:cool: :tongue:
joking aside,
your description sounds like A. pantherina.

Remember there are a few look-a-likes to A. pantherina,
such as A. gemmata, A. spissa, and A. cothurnata.


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #4158382 - 05/10/05 06:35 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

You don't trust me! Boo-Hoo :crying:


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: SoftRat]
    #4158577 - 05/10/05 07:29 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

heheh, sorry

we get a lot of people in here eating
mushrooms which were not first properly identified..

one dude (recently) had the brilliant idea of
testing to see if his mushrooms were poisonous
by feeding them to his dog, man..

so what can ya do.?


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Re: Well Well Well............. [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #4158922 - 05/10/05 08:59 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Yes I read that. That person was named whore, so I assumed it was a female. I was disapointed when I find out she did not live in my state.  :grin: I had an eddible mushroom for h.....oh never mind... :wink:


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