magic mushroom


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magic mushroom

n.
See mushroom.
A regional term for psilocybin/psilocin

magic mushroom

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Magic mushrooms were banned in January, 2006, by Health Minister Mary Harney but in a loophole in the Misuse of Drugs Act there is nothing to stop Petticrew's shop selling you the complete kit - including the mushroom spores - to "grow your own".
In reality, he says, the magic mushroom moment is now, not some vaguely remembered time when a fungus-centered society lived in harmony with nature because it drew wisdom from a psychoactive sacrament.
The Magic Mushroom pizza is nice by itself, but what's a party without some friends?
Rodney McRobert, 37, pleaded guilty at Teesside Crown Court to permitting his home in Scarborough Street, South Bank, to be used for supplying Class B drugs, and possession of magic mushrooms, cannabis resin and four wraps of amphetamines on December 6, 2005.
She said: "When I'm leading a fungal foray people often collect things and when I ID them I realise it's a magic mushroom "What I do is I ID it and then I make a point of grinding it under foot.
Manny Hothi said: 'The law is clear that fresh magic mushrooms are legal.
Youngsters looking for magic mushroom highs are risking injury.
Guests can order smoothies, freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices, and refreshing drinks with or without spirits underneath the 42-foot Magic Mushroom Juice & Coffee Bar.
When dried, magic mushrooms are considered a Class A drug, putting them in the same bracket as heroin and cocaine.
MIND-BENDING magic mushrooms are being openly sold from a shop in Liverpool city centre.
PSYCHEDELIC magic mushrooms are being openly sold in the Midlands because of a legal loophole.
A man has been jailed for 21 months after he terrified two families by trying to get into their homes while under the influence of magic mushrooms.