Shroom House shrooms… magic mushrooms be sold openly…
It turns out Shroom House was selling real shrooms… that said, Shroom House wasn’t the first – and will likely not be the last – shop where adults can obtain magic mushrooms openly.
…we did a one-subject human trial confirming that a gram made for an interesting evening… customers came in droves, waiting for hours in line to enter Shroom House at West Burnside Street. Not too long after, the cops raided the shop and the owner was arrested. But Oregon is known for having some of the most relaxed drug laws in the United States, and they became the first state to even legalize psilocybin for recreational use back in 2020… given the excellent safety profile of psilocybin, especially when you compare it to the side effects of innumerable over-the-counter drugs and pharmaceutical prescriptions, we should definitely let psilocybin be sold openly. However, I believe that proper regulation is necessary. It should be regulated in the same way medical marijuana is: states would be able to determine if adults can obtain them recreationally or medically, with the latter requiring a license or doctor’s recommendation… psilocybin, being sold openly, will also greatly increase education and awareness of the drug. It will help fight back years of the damage caused by the war on drugs, proving that these drugs, once banned and stigmatized, actually do have important medicinal and therapeutic benefits. They aren’t just drugs to trip on – though of course, magic mushrooms are safe recreational drugs – but they have far-reaching significant medical benefits for everyone.
Original Article (Willamette Week & MSN/Benzinga & Cannabis.net):
We tested the Shroom House shrooms & Should magic mushrooms be sold openly in America? The War on drugs vs the benefits of psychedelics & Should psychedelics be sold openly in America?
Artwork Fair Use: Calistemon