Magic Mushroom Dispensary

magic mushrooms dispensary

If you love to eat mushrooms, you might find yourself in a magic mushrooms dispensary in Canada dispensary. Mushrooms contain psilocybin, which alters brain activity and causes a hallucinogenic effect. They are illegal to buy and consume without a special permit like a prescription, but some stores are opening to fill the need for this drug.

It took years of public debate, lobbying and bill amendments to decriminalize marijuana in New Jersey, but the state could soon make psychedelic mushrooms legal as well. A state lawmaker has reintroduced legislation that would create a legal framework for the cultivation, manufacturing and sale of “magic mushrooms” that contains psilocybin, a Schedule 1 drug akin to heroin and meth. The legislation also would allow for a network of service centers, similar to marijuana dispensaries, where psilocybin is consumed.

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A psychedelic experience can be life-changing, but it is not without risk. People with a family history of psychotic disorders like schizophrenia, for example, should avoid the drug. It can also trigger “flashbacks” of a previous psychedelic trip, and it can raise blood pressure and heart rate.

Despite the risks, the dispensary business is growing. CBC K-W’s Aastha Shetty visited Fun Guyz, which opened Friday in Kitchener, Ontario. The tiny store was filled with eager customers. Watching the customers enter and leave, it was clear they were hungry for a different kind of drug experience. But they weren’t buying the illegal drugs on display. They were shopping for mushrooms containing psilocybin, which are legal to buy in Canada.

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