Many people believe that, when it comes to magic mushrooms, there is a “one size fits all” mentality among lawmakers and authorities. Pressure from scientists and communities from around the United States are already being made to decriminalize the drug because of its beneficial effects on mental disorders like depression, anxiety and PTSD. However, there are also other reasons involved.
Microdosing, for instance, has proved to be highly effective in boosting creative thought and the overall level of happiness of users without any side effects whatsoever. The practice is considered safe by many experts, though there is a component of uncertainty due to the fact that the maximum safe dosage is different in almost every user.
As a result of all this, it makes a lot of sense to keep track of local laws regarding the legality of magic mushrooms. There are specific cities in California, like Ann Arbor and Santa Cruz, where the recreational use of magic mushrooms is allowed. If you’re caught using it in another town, however, you might be prosecuted, and the penalties are severe.
Cases such as these are present all around the country and they are also linked to the medical and scientific research using germinated psilocybin spores, the legal amount of substance that can be used in certain circumstances, and even the possibility of magic mushroom spores having an illegal status in certain areas of the country.