In a magic mushrooms store near me, a state that has decriminalized drugs with a few caveats, people can buy magic mushrooms over the counter if they’re 21 or older. A store on West Burnside Street sells psilocybin mushroom spores with names like “Knobby Tops” and “Penis Envy” for $70 to $95 a 7-gram bag. The place also sells mushroom tinctures, chocolate bars and more, with educational information about how to use the fungi available online.
There are more unregulated mushroom sellers on the internet, too. A quick search of Facebook Marketplace in San Francisco turns up a few ads with names like Galaxy Labs and photos of large tubs of fungi. Several buyers comment on how great the mushrooms are, though others express concerns about the lack of quality control or the safety risks of taking such a powerful drug without a trained guide.
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Even in cities that have decriminalized mushrooms, it can still be a challenge to find them. But if you’re patient, it may be possible to purchase psilocybe spores at cannabis dispensaries or through psychedelic therapy programs. (See the map below for a full list of options in each state and US territory.)
In Washington, DC, psilocybin mushrooms aren’t legal for sale yet, but you might be able to get them through cannabis dispensaries that offer “gifting” and by finding Psilocybin Guided Therapy Centers. Remember, buying & selling unregulated drugs can still get you in serious trouble on both state & federal levels.