Psilocybin has shown quite promising results in clinical trials for the treatment of depression, addiction, death anxiety, and PTSD.
In 2020, Canada became one of the few countries in the world that allows the consumption of psychedelic mushrooms by people with depression and other mental illnesses. Psilocybin is a psychoactive chemical in magic mushrooms, and it used to be illegal to purchase, possess, or sell in Canada.
The law in Canada requires patients that want to get a prescription for magic mushrooms to disclose any other purchase or possession of drugs in Schedule I, II, III, or IV, as well as any prescriptions that had been received for any of these substances in the last 30 days.
Any unauthorized import, export, possession, sale, or trafficking of magic mushrooms is illegal and punishable by law.
The digital dispensaries in Canada sell a range of mushroom products to all Canadians 19 years or older, whether you have a medical prescription or not. However, you need to consider how legitimate these dispensaries are before you make any transactions. And although the authorities are aware of these dispensaries, they direct their resources primarily towards more criminal activities that involve more harmful substances.