Oregon’s First Magic Mushroom Dispensary

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EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Psilocybin tea, wind chimes and a tie-dye mattress await those who come to this office suite in Eugene to trip on magic mushrooms. For roughly six hours, adults over 21 will experience what many users describe as vivid geometric shapes, a loss of identity and oneness with the universe. The place is called Epic Healing Eugene, the first licensed psilocybin service center in Oregon. It opened in June and already has a long waitlist. Proponents hope it will help people suffering from depression, post-traumatic stress disorder or end-of-life dread. They say no prescription is needed and that psychedelics can improve mental health even more than antidepressants and therapy.Check this out :https://magicmushroomsdispensary.ca/

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Mushrooms contain a psychoactive compound known as psilocybin and can cause anxiety, fear, nausea, and muscle twitches. They also can make you see or hear things that aren’t there, including flashbacks from a bad trip. It’s important to be in a safe environment with trusted friends, and not take them with other drugs or alcohol. This combination is known as polydrug use and can be dangerous.

Hermida’s shop sells mushrooms that contain the hallucinogen psilocybin, which is a Schedule III substance under Canada’s Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. But it also sells the less-poisonous Amanita muscaria mushroom, which doesn’t contain psilocybin and is legal under the act. He says the loophole has protected him so far, but he’s bracing for a legislative reaction if his store proves popular.

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