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Amanita Journal Articles & Abstracts


Traditional Use
Spiritual Use
Medical Use
Pharmacology
Toxicology

TRADITIONAL USE

Fungi in Khanty folk medicine, by M. Saar
Journal of Ethnopharmacology Vol 31 (No. 2) 1991, 175-179
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Ethnomyocological data from Siberia and North-East Asia on the effect of Amanita muscaria, by M. Saar
Journal of Ethnopharmacology Vol 31 (No. 2) Feb 1991, 157-173
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SPIRITUAL USE

Soma siddhas and alchemical enlightenment: psychedelic mushrooms in Buddhist tradition, by S. Hajicek-Dobberstein
Journal of Ethnopharmacology Vol 48 (No. 2) 1995, 99-118
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Haoma-Soma in the world of ancient Greece, by J. Wohlberg
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 22 (No. 3) 1990, 333-342
(Abstract)

Wasson's alternative candidates for soma, by Tom J. Riedlinger
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 25 (No. 2) 1993, 149-156
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One route to religious ecstasy (Amanita muscaria), by Daniele Piomelli
Nature Vol 349. Jan 31, 1991, 362
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Traditional use in North America of Amanita muscaria for divinatory purposes, by R. Gordon Wasson
Journal of Psychedelic DrugsVol 1-2,Jan 11, 1979, 25-28
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Soma and Amanita Muscaria, by John Brough
Bulletin of the School of Oriental annd African StudiesUniversity of London, Vol 34 1971, 331-362
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PHARMACOLOGY

Psycho-mycological studies of amanita: From ancient sacrament to modern phobia, by Jonathan Ott
Journal of Psychedelic DrugsVol 8 (No. 1) Jan-Mar 1976, 27-35
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Structure and antitumor activity of a branched (1-->3)-Beta-D-glucan from the alkaline extract of Amanita muscaria, by T. Kiho; M. Katsuragawa; K. Nagal; S. Ukai; M. Haga
Carbohydr-Res Vol 224, Feb 7 1992, 237-243
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Monoamines in the brain under the influence of muscimol and ibotenic acid, two psychoactive principles of Amanita muscaria, by P. Konig-Bersin; P.G. Waser; H. Langemann; W. Lichtensteiger
Psychopharmacologia Vol 18 (No. 1) Aug 19 1970, 1-10
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TOXICOLOGY

Poisoning with spotted and red mushrooms--pathogenesis, symptoms, treatment, by K. Tupalska-Wilczynska; R. Ignatowicz; A. Pozlemski; H. Wojcik; G. Wilczynski
Wiad Lek Vol 49 (No. 1-6) 1996, 66-71
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Mushroom poisoning in infants and children: the Amanita pantherina/muscaria group, by D.R. Benjamin
Journal of Toxicology and Clinical Toxicology Vol 30 (No. 1) 1992, 13-22
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Naturally-occurring excitatory amino acids as neurotoxins and leads in drug design, by P. Krogsgaard-Larsen; J.J. Hansen
Toxicology Letters Spec No:409-416 Dec 1992, 64-65
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Toxic metabolites of Amanita pantherina, A. cothurnata, A. muscaria and other Amanita species, by W.S. Chilton; J. Ott
Lloydia Vol 39 (No. 2-3) 1976, 150-157
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MEDICAL USES

Epidural kainate, but not ibotenate, produces lesions in local and distant regions of the brain. A comparison of the intracerebral actions of kainic acid and ibotenic acid, by W.O. Guldin; H.J. Markowisch
Journal of Neuroscience Methods Vol 5 (No. 1-2) 1982, 83-93
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Ibotenic acid lesion of nucleus basalis magnocellularis differentially affects cholinergic, glutamatergic and GABAergic markers in cortical rat brain regions, by S. Rossner; R. Schlievs; V. Bigl
Brain Resources Vol 668 (No. 1-2) Dec 1994, 85-99
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