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 grow worldwide and have been used since ancient times, both for recreation and for religious rites.
It may be true that magic mushrooms have never been more popular, but they remain a distinctly minority taste.
Psilocybin is the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, and classified as an illegal Class A drug in the UK.
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.
And the latest hitech equipment in his Aladdin's Cave is for people to grow their own magic mushrooms - the same LSD-type drugs that were blamed for the death five years ago of Colm Hodkinson who jumped to his death from his apartment after eating just three mushrooms.
Manny Hothi said: 'The law is clear that fresh magic mushrooms are legal.
The course at Rothesay Golf Club in Argyll is covered in magic mushrooms.
A PHARMACIST from Ripponden who was given a six-month conditional discharge by a court after being caught with the magic mushroom drug, Psilocin, has now been given an official warning by his professional body, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
The equipment donated ranges from vibrating hairbrushes and teethers, Wiggles the Squirm to a Magic Mushroom full of colourful flashing lights.
Guests can order smoothies, freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices, and refreshing drinks with or with out spirits underneath the 42 foot Magic Mushroom Juice & Coffee Bar.
Guests can order smoothies, freshly squeezed organic vegetable and fruit juices, and refreshing drinks with or with out spirits underneath the 35 foot Magic Mushroom Juice & Coffee Bar.
The Retail Village is located on the main level along with the 42-foot Magic Mushroom Juice and Coffee Bar.