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You Can Get Magic Mushroom Chocolates Over the Counter in San Francisco Now

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San Francisco, a city known for its progressive stance on various issues, has taken another step towards embracing alternative experiences.

In recent months, a former club in the heart of San Francisco has transformed into the Living Church, a windowless establishment dedicated to helping people acquire magic mushrooms. This article explores the changing landscape of magic mushroom availability in the city and the implications of recent legislation on these psychoactive substances.

The Rise of Magic Mushroom Chocolates

Magic mushrooms, which contain psychoactive chemicals like psilocybin, have various effects on individuals depending on the strain and dosage. Much like cannabis, different strains can lead to different experiences. While these mushrooms are technically illegal, they have become increasingly accessible in San Francisco, thanks to unconventional channels.

The Living Church, formerly a club catering to transgender women, has now become a sanctuary for those seeking magic mushrooms. Here, "donations" are accepted for what's referred to as "sacrament," with prices typically ranging from $20 to $60. What's unique is that this transaction can be made via an app, eliminating the need for cash.

Legal Changes and Psychedelic Substances

San Francisco has been at the forefront of progressive policies, including those related to psychedelics. In the previous year, the city passed a resolution urging law enforcement to deprioritize the investigation and arrest of adult users of naturally occurring psychedelic substances like psilocybin. More recently, SB 58, a bill introduced by state Sen. Scott Wiener, seeks to decriminalize the use and possession of mushrooms, DMT, and ibogaine, with a planned implementation in early 2025. However, it's crucial to note that this is not full-scale legalization, as sales remain prohibited, and quality control measures are lacking.

The Mushroom Market

The article delves into the mushroom market, highlighting that smoke shops in both San Francisco and Oakland now offer various products containing psilocybin, often mixed with non-psychoactive ingredients for a wellness boost. However, it's essential to exercise caution, as some products may not contain the advertised ingredients, and dosages can be inconsistent.

The East Bay Advantage

For those seeking the highest quality mushroom products, the East Bay, particularly Oakland, remains a hotspot. The article mentions a smoke shop near Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville, which offers a range of $50 chocolate bars with varying flavors. These artisanal-looking bars, like the "Ancient Medicine for the People" by Galaxy Labs, come with vague but enticing descriptions of the mushrooms' powers.

Navigating the Mushroom Market

Navigating the mushroom market can be challenging. While some brands, like Galaxy Labs, offer intriguing products, finding specific information about these companies can be a challenge. Instagram, known for its mushroom-centric accounts, may lead to obscure results or even spam.

The Living Church and Spiritual Guidance

Unlike other establishments, such as the Zide Door church, the Living Church doesn't have metal detectors. Instead, it provides spiritual guidance in the form of honey nut granola bars dosed with psilocybin. These bars are reminiscent of the packaging used for legal cannabis edibles, evoking a futuristic feel.


San Francisco's evolving stance on magic mushrooms and other psychedelics reflects a broader shift in societal attitudes. While the availability of magic mushroom products has increased, legal uncertainties and the absence of quality control measures persist. As the city moves closer to decriminalization, the debate over the regulation and accessibility of these substances will continue.

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