EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Psilocybin tea, wind chimes and a tie-dye mattress greet those who enter Epic Healing Eugene, America’s first licensed center to experience magic mushrooms. Its waiting list is dozens of names long for a chance to see vivid geometric shapes, lose their sense of identity and feel one with the universe. The center isn’t a pharmacy, nor do customers need a doctor’s referral. Instead, they have preparation sessions with a facilitator who stays with them as they take the mind-bending drug. Facilitators can deny access to those with active psychosis or thoughts of harming others. They can also limit how much is taken, because the drug has dangerous side effects that include anxiety and paranoia.This link :visit magicmushroomsdispensary.ca
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It takes up to six hours for most people to experience the trip, and there is a lot to do. Before taking the drugs, the clients listen to a lecture on the science behind the mushroom’s psychoactive properties and are given a guidebook to help them navigate the experience. They also have a chance to ask questions.
Though psilocybin has been decriminalized in places like Denver, Colorado and Oakland, California, it’s still illegal at the federal level. So while Magic Mushroom Dispensary is open, it operates in a legal grey area. Police officers occasionally patrol the area, but have not yet ticketed or seized anything. This could change, however, if the store becomes more popular. It’s a risky gamble for the store’s owners, who have also opened locations in Ottawa and Toronto.