Legal Psychedelics: Countries With the Most Relaxed Laws
Despite a general push towards the legalization and decriminalization of psychedelics throughout much of the world, many countries are still cracking the whip on psychedelic drugs. For example, we do not recommend — by any means — flaunting drugs openly as you arrive in the Philippines or Malaysia. However, there are a few countries with more relaxed views. Here are the best places to travel where you can find (mostly) legal psychedelics. Legal Psychedelics For Sale
Brazil has historically been one of the most liberal countries in the world when it comes to allowing controlled substances. Psilocybin mushrooms (magic mushrooms) for example, have no laws prohibiting their sale, distribution, or use. Thus, there have been no major recent charges or arrests related to psilocybin. Magic mushrooms are sold mainly over the internet on specialized websites without persecution from local authorities. Additionally, the possession and use of ayahuasca have been legal since 1992 after a series of legal battles regarding the religious rights of traditional ayahuasca practitioners. Legal Psychedelics For Sale
Native American Reservations in the United States
It’s no secret that the United States isn’t exactly fond of drugs. The DEA’s Controlled Substances Act classifies illegal drugs into one of five schedules (one being the most dangerous, and five being the least). Drugs falling under category I include a slew of psychedelics like psilocybin, mescaline, LSD, and DMT. Legal Psychedelics For Sale
Portugal has been one of the frontrunners in the push towards drug decriminalization as all drugs have been decriminalized since 2001, regardless of their potential side effects. Decriminalized doesn’t mean legal, but it’s a country where police tend to allow the casual consumption of psychedelics. LSD is openly available and possessing small quantities of mushrooms won’t get you in any trouble.
Effects of magic mushrooms
The effects of magic mushrooms usually begin in 30 minutes when eaten, or within 5–10 minutes when taken as a soup or tea, and can last for approximately 4–6 hours.
During this time, the person may experience:
- euphoria and wellbeing
- change in consciousness, mood, thought and perception (commonly called a trip)
- dilation of pupils
- perceptual changes, such as visual and auditory hallucinations
- stomach discomfort and nausea