Whether you’re a UK resident or planning a trip to the UK, it’s worth knowing how to legally grow your own magic mushrooms. The legality of these hallucinogenic fungi is a bit of a mystery, but it’s not as if there’s an overarching law that covers everything.
There are a few different laws to consider, but the basic rule is that you can’t sell magic mushroom spores or fruits. This is because the fruit of these mushrooms contains psilocybin, which is classified as a class A drug in the UK. See More: Shiny Spores UK
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This means that you could get a severe sentence if you were caught selling any form of the fungi. As a result, many retailers were worried about their position.
One of the biggest worries is the growing popularity of mail-order deliveries from Holland. The company Psyche Deli placed an order for a supply of the mushrooms from Holland, and they’ve been sent to a number of head shops in the Midlands.
The company says that it’s concerned about the lack of regulation of the mushrooms and their possible growth. It has proposed a voluntary “safe sale” protocol, which would restrict sales to over 17s and impose a 35g maximum dosage per person. This would require retailers to warn customers about the risks associated with consuming the mushroom.
It’s also illegal to pick the mushrooms, although it’s not as difficult as you might think. Most people find them accidentally, and it’s unlikely that officials will catch you.
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