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A new dispensary in Kitchener has started selling mushrooms containing psilocybin, the naturally-occurring hallucinogenic compound that makes up magic mushrooms. The storefront is hard to miss, with painted fungi adorning the door and fliers offering discounts at an intersection nearby. The shop, called Fun Guyz, joins several other psilocybin shops that have opened since 2022 when the government made it legal to sell the drugs.

A nurse helps customers choose that meet their needs, saying some work for energy and concentration while others produce a calming effect. She says psilocybin has been used for thousands of years in spiritual rites and for healing, and that people use it today to explore their minds or help treat mental health issues like anxiety or PTSD.

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Owner Mark Lyman advertises his new store in the Westword and on social media, and says he’s gotten three to five calls per day from interested customers. He says he’s prepared for a possible regulatory crackdown but hopes to expand his business.

He’s also working with a local therapist to create an optional integration session, where employees stay with customers after they take the mushrooms to guide them through a safe experience. This is similar to how regulated cannabis stores offer support for users during a “bad trip.” Psilocybin can cause adverse effects such as nausea, headache, anxiety, paranoia and delusions. Taking sedatives like diazepam can reduce the symptoms. If they become severe, antipsychotic drugs can stop the hallucinations.

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