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The fly amanita holds an altogether extraordinary place in the folk culture of
northern and eastern Europe. The deadly fungi are as nothing in comparison,
and in the mycophobic world of the Germanic peoples no edible kind was of importance
until recent times. For us it is altogether incredible that the grip of this
Fliegenschwamtn on the imaginations of countless generations sprang from any insecticidal
power that it may have.
distress, skin flushing, and percieved color distortions.
Injected doses of 16 mg (over 3 min. IV drip) have been reported.
At this dose, the symptoms of mild skin flushing to extreme
purple cast appear. Subjects also report a great deal of
psychological distress and fear at this dose. Doses of 8 mg
produce mild skin flushing and increased anxiety. Doses of 2-4
mg of bufotenine do not produce hallucinogenic effects. The above
discussed negative side effects at 16 mg last for approximately
10 minutes. Other side effects reported are sweating, nausea,
yellowed vision, and perception of colored spots. So it appears
that bufotenine is a nasty drug to be avoided, Not only does it
tend to induce panic, it also appears to have the
potential for a fatal overdose, although no case studies to this
effect have been found for humans.
Other DMT relatives exist, but are not of great
importance here. Some are, however, psychoactive.
DMT in the past has only been used by smoking or injecting.
Oral use was completely ineffective. It turns out that ancient
tribal cultures solved that problem aeons ago, and have been
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dosing up the whole time. Now THAT'S technology. By combining
plants that contained MAOIs (monoamine oxidase inhibitors) and
other plants containing DMT, the DMT would become active orally.
MAOIs block the destruction of DMT in the digestive track and in
the brain. So, with MAOIs, DMT can be eaten and also becomes more
potent. MAOIs also increase the potency of smoked DMT. The effect
of the orally administered DMT with MOAI lengthens in time and
decreases in intensity. Typical plateau period is 10-40 minutes,
after a hour delay with low buzz for an hour after the plateau.
Great for people who don't like the time investment of most
MAOIs are reported to work for psilocybin ('shrooms) and
mescaline. Subjective reports are that MAOIs double their
potency. I hypothesize that it will also potentiate lysergic acid
(woodrose and morning-glories). The effect of MAOIs on LSD
appears debated in the literature. Some report no effect, others
report significant potentiation. Some have very enthusiastically
insisted that MAOIs double or triple the potency of LSD.
The ancient solution mentioned above is the ayahuasca
potion. This potion has been produced, in one form and name or
another, throughout Central America and South America for quite
some time. The most commonly referred to potion is made by
combining ayahuasca, a jungle vine, and yopo, leaves from a small
bush. The ayahuasca provides the MAOIs and the yopo provides DMT.
Occasional, mescaline bearing cacti are added. The potion was
usually used ceremonial for healing, divining, and t n to purplish black hornshaped
growth occasionally seen nestled amongst the healthy grains in
the head of the rye plant. It is typically in the neighborhood of 10 to 15
mm long, and can reach diameters of about 5 mm. The ergot
consists of tightly interwoven hyphae of the fungus Claviceps
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purpurea, and it grows parasitically upon the rye plant. During the
Middle Ages, when ergot infested rye was quite common, great
poisoning epidemics called St. Anthony's Fire or ignis sacer would
break out among the people who ate it. For some reason that escapes
me, they never, over the course of hundreds of years, connected this
most lamentable malady to eating the ergot infesting their rye. The
usual response to an outbreak was to burn a witch or two in the hope
that this display of piety would so please God that they would be
A most wonderful book has been written on the topic of ergot, and
upon the history of these mass poisoning outbreaks. The book is titled
Ergot and Ergotism by G. Barger, and it is absolute must reading for
anyone seriously contemplating growing ergot. In this book you will
find a series of pictures of ergot growing on rye in the wild, and a
much more detailed presentation of both the chemistry of ergot and its
life cycle than will be given here.
You may well have noticed that outbreaks of ergot poisoning are no
longer commonplace. This is mostly because modem farming
practices such as plowing, crop rotation, drainage of fields and the use of
fungus-resistant seed strains make the present day crop of rye a
much less hospitable place for the ergot to grow in than the sloppily
run dumps that our peasant ancestors presided over. Yet, the
occasional head of ergot is still there to be found in fields of rye, and a
field trip to a patch of rye to gather some ergot is the necessary first
step of purposely growing your own patch of rye just overrun with
ergot. Such field trips are made considerably easier thanks to the fact
that wild ergot on a modern farm will be mostly growing around the
edges of the field. There is no need to run all over the farmer's rye,
and cause him to want to ventilate you for trampling his crop.
When a few dozen heads of wild ergot have been collected, the
stage is set for you to begin growing truly worthwhile crops of ergot
rather than the pitiful scattered kernel or two found on your typical
farm. To get these bountiful yields of ergot, biological skills will be
called upon to get an infestation rate in your own crop of rye that far
exceeds that seen in even the most slovenly days of Dark Ages
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To grow ergot successfully, one must have some knowledge of the
life cycle of the Claviceps fungus. The kernel of ergot seen growing
on the rye plant is the form this fungus takes to make it through the
winter. In the wild state, the ergot falls off of the rye plant when the
grain matures, and lays there on
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