South American Magic Mushrooms
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South American Cubensis or South American Magic Mushrooms are a strain originally collected by Spore Chicks from Venezuela. The South American is known for its average potency and is a great strain for beginners and veterans alike. Amongst the shrooms cultivators, this strain is known to be a prolific fruiter and a fast colonizer. Some traits that set apart the South American Magic Mushrooms is that they grow very quickly and densely and they are often found in the wild in clusters.
This strain has been a favorite amongst many psychonauts and mycologists for many years. It is known as an all-around great performer. The effects compared to other strains are not well known but our customers have reported a good balance of spiritual experience with visual effects.
After 10-30 minutes of consuming South American mushrooms you will feel your mood enhanced with euphoria and excitement. Depending on dosage you will experience mild to intense visual enhancements. Things may seem like they are breathing, the nature around you will feel more alive and you will find yourself in introspective thought. Music and art will look and feel different and you will have a higher appreciation and you may relate the music or art to yourself on a more personal level. The most common museum dose (0.5-1.5g) and moderate dose (2-3.5g) should provide you with a 3-6 hour trip.
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Oregon Legalizes Psilocybin Mushrooms and Decriminalizes All Drugs
Oregon now has the most liberal drug laws in the United States, setting a precedent for dismantling the war on drugs that other states are expected to soon follow.
Voters on Tuesday approved a pair of ambitious drug-policy reform ballot measures: one to legalize psilocybin mushrooms for use in therapy; and a second, separate ballot measure that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of all drugs.
Measure 109, which will allow adults 21 and over to use so-called “magic” mushrooms in supervised and licensed therapy sessions, was approved by a 56.21 percent to 43.79 percent margin
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The Oregon state Health Authority now has two years to decide how psilocybin mushrooms will be grown, processed, and how the state will license both therapy centers and the therapists who will provide mushroom-assisted treatment.
Though there are a growing number of “psilocybin entrepreneurs” as well as growing acceptance of psilocybin as a pharmaceutical drug, it’s not at all clear either will play a significant role.
And though analyses from both the state as well as criminal-justice advocates found that decriminalization will go a long way towards ending racial disparities in policing, there are still criminal penalties for possessing relatively modest amounts of drugs past the allowable amounts under Measure 110—and selling small amounts of drugs is still a crime in all circumstances.
Still, Oregon has now provided an example that other states may soon follow—to both legalize psilocybin for medical purposes, and to remove laws banning drug possession from its law books as a technique to both encourage public health and to re-imagine the purpose and function of law enforcement.
Measure 109 “was a careful, thoughtfully designed initiative to give Oregonians legal access to a therapy with incredible potential,” said Graham Boyd, political director for Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, one of Measure 109’s chief bankrollers.
“I’m proud to have been part of the team that put it together, and proud of the way our campaign focused on educating voters about a plant medicine that is too often misunderstood,” he added. “When the rest of the country sees how this can be successfully implemented to the benefit of so many, I think it will open doors in many more places.”
As for Measure 110, decisive voter support for across-the-board drug decriminalization “is a landmark declaration that the time has come to stop criminalizing people for drug use,” said Kassandra Frederique, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance.
“Measure 110 is arguably the biggest blow to the war on drugs to date,” she added. “It shifts the focus where it belongs—on people and public health—and removes one of the most common justifications for law enforcement to harass, arrest, prosecute, incarcerate, and deport people.”
“As we saw with the domino effect of marijuana legalization, we expect this victory to inspire other states to enact their own drug decriminalization policies that prioritize health over punishment.”
Along with a six-figure contribution from the philanthropy outfit of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, pediatrician Priscilla Chan, DPA was Measure 110’s chief bankroller. The organization is expected to pursue similar decriminalization measures in other states.
As The Appeal noted, Measure 110 is modeled after drug decriminalization in Portugal, which, when coupled with extra access to counseling, therapy, and addiction treatment, was found to reduce the incidences and severity of drug overdoses.