In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Under Clause 21 of the Drugs Act 2005, it is now an offence to import, export, produce, supply, possess or possess with intent to supply magic mushrooms.
- Look, your observation has been that research into psychedelics like Mescaline, like DMT, like the magic mushrooms, has recently undergone something of a renaissance.
- It is legal to purchase the magic mushrooms if they are in a natural ‘just picked’ state, but they become a Class A drug if they are ‘prepared’ such as being frozen, dried or packed.
- Currently it is not illegal to possess raw magic mushrooms, which contain powerful hallucinogenic properties, but when prepared they become a class A drug.
- The Bill also clarifies the illegal status of hallucinogenic magic mushrooms in their freshly-picked form, to bring them into line with dried specimens.
- That has produced a legal framework which allows magic mushrooms to be sold in their natural state but threatens anyone caught taking the mushrooms home and preparing them - with a prison sentence of up to seven years.
- He was later convicted of driving while disqualified and without insurance, and in March he appeared in court and admitted having £1,5000 of cocaine in his home, plus cannabis and magic mushrooms.
- In this other time beyond all the other times, one finds oneself in the holy mountains; there one can gather healing herbs, magic mushrooms, and elixirs that bring immortality.
- Previously, only prepared magic mushrooms either dried or stewed were graded class A drugs, but confusion about what was and wasn't prepared prompted the Government to tighten the rules.
- The University of Arizona has begun trials of psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, on patients suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder.
- The new legislation rules that psilocin, the hallucinogen found in magic mushrooms, is illegal and the mushrooms are considered to be controlled drugs.
- Guterson creates a disturbing, mesmeric atmosphere, leaving his readers unsure whether Ann's visions are the result of divine revelation or magic mushrooms.
- And last year Customs and Excise ruled that fresh magic mushrooms should be subject to VAT at 17.5 per cent, rather than treated as a zero-rated food.
- Information on mushroom growing is rather scant on the internet (unless you want to know how to grow magic mushrooms, which I don't), so I'm flying blind.
- Six cannabis plants were seized along with a quantity of cannabis resin and the hallucinogenic drug LSD referred to on the streets as magic mushrooms.
- Other substances that can exacerbate mental health problems include alcohol, coffee, amyl nitrate, salvia divonorum and fresh magic mushrooms, all of which are legal.
- He is a level-headed fifty-something, who has never, as far as I know, eaten magic mushrooms or swallowed hallucinogenic drugs.
- This mushroom is perhaps the most widely used hallucinogenic fungus, commonly known as the magic mushroom.
- Police seized an undisclosed amount of money along with 225 kilograms of bundled-up marijuana and about 14 kilograms of magic mushrooms from a rental van and a small freight cartage truck.
- Researchers found that children as young as 11 admitted taking a range of drugs including heroin, amphetamines, magic mushrooms and solvents.
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