The legal status of magic mushrooms has been continuously changing in the USA as well as in the other countries of the world. While until the end of the 1990s, magic mushrooms were considered to be controlled substances the possession, the cultivation and the selling of which was considered illegal in most parts of the world, by today the attitude towards magic mushroom has changed a lot, thanks to the promising results of scientific research that has proven the benefits of using mushrooms to help sufferers of depression and anxiety.
The legal treatment of magic mushrooms varies widely not only from one country to the other, but also from one U S state to the other. Possession, sale and transport have been decriminalized in many jurisdictions, including Seattle, Washington, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Denver, Colorado, Oakland, California, Santa Cruz, California, Somerville and Cambridge, Massachusetts, Oregon and Washington D.C., while in Oregon, mushrooms have been approved for being used in supervised settings, for the treatment of certain mental illnesses. Cultivation is still considered to be illegal in most parts of the country, but grow kits and mushroom spores are decriminalized in most areas that allow possession. You can find reputable mushroom spores made weekly at Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores. With so many great research outcomes, the process of decriminalizing mushrooms is likely to continue, with more jurisdictions joining the list.