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A variety of mushroom spores were found embedded in the dental remains of an 18,700 year old prehistoric woman. Researchers discovered microscopic evidence that the naughty woman had been nibbling “sponge capped, bolete mushrooms and gilled mushrooms from the Agaric group.”

The obvious conclusion being; edible and ‘special’ mushrooms were definitively a part of the stone-age diet.  The new figure predates the understanding of fungi being part of human diet by 3000 years, making it the oldest record of mushroom usage.

Terrance Mckenna has postulated that the mushroom was responsible for upgrading human consciousness.

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