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Magic Mushroom Dispensary


The fungus is a hallucinogen and has been used for thousands of years in spiritual rites, but it’s becoming increasingly popular as people look for ways to help with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. It’s also known to cause a sense of connection and altered perceptions. Read more:

Shaping Perception: Insights into Magic Mushroom Dispensaries

Last year, Denver and Oakland became the first cities in the US to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms. But it does not mean they are legal to sell, and despite their benign status in some cities, the stores remain illegal. And it can be risky to buy magic mushrooms because they are still a Schedule I drug under federal law, which means that anyone who sells them could face up to a year in prison.

Nevertheless, it appears that magic mushroom shops are here to stay. One chain, Fun Guyz, has more than a dozen locations across Canada and says it plans to double that number this year. And while raids have occurred, more stores appear to be opening than being shut down.

The Toronto store, for example, has a minimalist atmosphere featuring magic mushroom art and books about the drug. Customers must show identification and are only allowed to purchase a small amount at a time.

The psilocybin in the mushrooms is converted to psilocin in the body, which influences serotonin levels in the brain and causes a temporary high. Those effects can include a distorted view of time and feelings of connectedness and euphoria. But they can also cause a loss of control and psychedelic visions.

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