Magic mushrooms are a controversial family of mushrooms, known for their hallucinogenic effects and increasingly studied for their potential health benefits. Magic mushrooms became popular in the 1960s and 1970s as part of the hippie culture. Still, the beginning of the 1980s came with strict laws that prohibited the possession, cultivation, and usage of magic mushrooms. The period also put an end to the scientific research into the medicinal effects of these mushrooms. That was the situation until the beginning of the 2000s, when scientific research was started again. The promising results obtained by medical researchers in the last few decades have also led to changes in the legal status of magic mushrooms and have initiated a process of decriminalization.
Today, many states have ordinances in effect that stop criminal prosecution for the possession of small quantities of mushrooms. Many other states have already legalized magic mushrooms to a certain extent. You can buy mushroom spores from labs online at Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores. The process is likely to follow a similar course to the course pursued in the case of marijuana, followed by legalization, first for medicinal usage, then sold in the dispensary and made available based on medical prescriptions, and then probably for recreational purposes as well.