A Buyer’s Guide to the Magic Mushroom Dispensary

As legalization of marijuana continues to gain magic mushroom dispensary , the number of dispensaries selling psilocybin mushrooms is on the rise. But discerning the best product for you can be tricky: Look for a website that follows good manufacturing practices and doesn’t promise extreme effects or guaranteed experiences. Sift through online reviews to make sure a vendor is trustworthy and provides excellent customer service. Follow this smart shopper’s guide to traverse the mind-bending world of psilocybin dispensery without a hitch—or a courtroom pitch.

One such storefront is the Magic Mushroom Church in Osborne Village, which openly advertises a menu of fungus-infused gummies, chocolates and capsules. Its owners—who declined to comment for this article—expect a police raid like the ones that recently closed stores in Toronto and Vancouver, but they remain confident that their business model will survive a regulatory crackdown.

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Carlos Hermida, owner of the Chillum cannabis shop in Tampa, Florida, is also bucking strict legal boundaries by adding psychedelic mushrooms to his inventory. But he only sells mushroom strains that contain Amanita muscaria, not the outlawed psilocybin, and he requires all buyers to sign a form saying they won’t grow their own.

Watching the tiny store fill up with customers, many of whom were returning patrons, reinforced his conviction that this unregulated market serves a need for those who want to experience the therapeutic benefits of psilocybin, but can’t afford expensive medical treatments or prescriptions. He hopes that the Manitoba government and local police, who have not ticketed or seized any of his products, see it the same way.