Overview

Fly agaric mushroom (Amanita muscaria) has a red cap with white spots. It is used as a hallucinogen but can be poisonous to humans.

Fly agaric mushrooms have chemicals that cause the brain to misunderstand what the body is seeing, hearing, tasting, and feeling.

Despite serious safety concerns, fly agaric mushroom is sometimes used as a hallucinogen.

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