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A short google search has presented that several studies in the last few years have shown that Agaritine is not carcinogene one has even show that to the contrary Agaritine has an anti-carcinogen trait. I am not a researcher so I am asking this community to check on this information. Some german sites say that champignons, which include Agaritine, can be eaten raw because of the above reason. This article here speaks of carcinogen and mutagen. What is true? --User1973 (talk) 23:24, 18 October 2017 (UTC)