The following is a list of resources I have vetted and trust. I am not affiliated with them in any way beyond purchasing from them. Please do not ask them to offer any advice about what to use their products for or how to use them. Doing so places them at risk and also risks the legal status of some of these allies.
Recommonded Product Sources
Dried Amanita Muscaria caps from Lativa are available for purchase. Please note that the website is new so a few areas are under construction, but this does not impact purchasing.
This shop offers organic herbs that grow best in that region.
After making test purchases with many companies over the years, I was lucky to find this gem. They are the only seed provider I purchase from. They are strong plant advocates.
Here are a few video resources that I hope will help inspire you to do some further research to learn about all of the many benefits that our allies in nature have to offer.
Strictly Medicinal LLC is one of my favorite resources to recommend as a place to begin for others seeking to learn about plant allies as medicine. Be sure to subscribe to their channel.
Psyched Wellness Ltd. (CSE:PSYC) (OTCQB:PSYCF) (FRA:5U9) advisor and psychopharmacologist Dr. David Nutt describes to Proactive why the group is focusing on harnessing the Amanita Muscaria mushroom.
Rob Nelson, a.k.a. StoneAgeMan, offers an informal interview with a former high school science teacher and advocate, Amanita Dreamer. It offers an overview of what her studies have revealed about this healer so far.
Amanita Dreamer is a fantastic resource if you are interested in a place to begin learning about Amanita Muscaria.
“Making Plant Medicine” is generally considered to be the most entertaining, level-headed and trustworthy reference available for learning to make standard herbal tinctures, teas, syrups, oils, salves and poultices.
The definitive, full-color guide to making and using approximately 250 herbal medicines at home, with instructions for everything from harvesting to administering low-cost, DIY remedies.
Harold Roth is a leading authority on plant/herbal magic. His new book, The Witching Herbs, is an in-depth exploration of 13 essential plants and herbs most closely associated with witchcraft–13 because it’s the witching number and reflects the 13 months of the lunar calendar.
For a nominal fee, author-signed copies are available.
“A guide to safely working with the poisonous plants of the witches’ pharmacopoeia for magic, healing, and visions”
– Colby Michael