‘Shrooms Can Be Blooming Brightly in Your Future

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Last Updated on September 11, 2021 by Shawn Mark

Mushrooms, ‘shrooms, magic mushrooms, all referring to fungi that contain psilocybin, are a staple in the world of hallucinogens.  Hardly a rock concert of any kind from the ‘60s on didn’t have one or another of the more than 200 species of fungi.

Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic compound that is converted by the body into psilocin, which has mind-altering effects similar to acid (LSD) and mescaline.  The effects on the taker include euphoria, hallucinations, distortions in perception and time, and claimed spiritual experiences in higher consciousness.

It is believed the use of psilocybin predates recorded history.  It was regularly used in spiritual and ceremonial events at the time of the Spanish invasions in Mesoamerica.  Although it is likened to ayahuasca, which is used by shamans in South America to induce trances and traveling to higher realms of consciousness, the effects of the two are different.

For many in the Woodstock Generation, psilocybin-specific species of mushrooms were preferred to LSD as it was considered “natural” and “organic” since LSD was manufactured in laboratories.  Hallucinogens were also used in experiments conducted by various government agencies in the United States as a possible weapon during the Cold War, and to facilitate “remote viewing,” suggesting it was an aide to out-of-body experiences.

Like all other forms of hallucinogens, it became a recreational drug of choice for Hippies and continues to be a popular substance on college campuses all over North America.

The question, though, is whether its use is legal in Canada.  The answer is both yes and no.  Let us explain. 

The spores from which magic mushrooms can be grown do not contain any psilocybin, and as a result, their sale is not prohibited by law.  A dark, humid environment is all it requires to sprout fungi.  So, a little bit legal. 

Psilocybin has been shown effective in the treatment of depression and anxiety, mental illnesses, and in easing the pain of terminal illnesses.  Research continues to be conducted by facilities in Canada, and licenses and permits have been granted for those facilities to cultivate magic mushrooms and to create products from them for medicinal use.

Psilocybin Benefits 

Thus, users who qualify for psilocybin treatment are being granted permits to obtain magic mushrooms for medical treatments much the same way medical marijuana exemptions have been granted in the past.  Users report an ability to overcome their depression, anxiety, and trauma illnesses, and to experience the hallucinatory effects in a positive way.

So, the answer to the question about its legal status in Canada is somewhat qualified.  And yet, the magic mushroom business is blooming in Canada, and some species of psilocybin-bearing mushrooms actually are native to some areas of the country.  They are considered in the industry to be among the best ‘shrooms in the world!.

Where Can You Buy Magic Mushrooms?

Can you still obtain magic mushrooms?  Sure you can.  Salish Trails offers a large selection of psilocybin ranging in delivery form from gummies to capsules to chocolates on its website. 

Salish Trails also carries Mastermind Magic Mushrooms and Bright Future Mushrooms. Bright Future Mushrooms are lab-tested and carefully measured to deliver a proper dose of psilocybin for safe use in either 100 mg or 50 mg capsules  You can find them for purchase here.

When taken responsibly, an experienced tripper can find his euphoric state easily and well.  These capsules require a dark, cool storage spot, just as you would expect from a mushroom that also required a dark and cool environment for good growth.

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