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Mushrooms and Psychedelics in Toronto

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When it comes to the mind-bending effects of mushrooms, a lot can go wrong. You might experience nausea, hallucinations and feelings of anxiety. But you could also experience a sense of euphoria, inspiration and creativity. In many cases, psilocybin can help people deal with depression and addiction.

Psychedelics are an effective treatment for mental illness, but only when they are prescribed in a medical setting, says Jafferi. He is a co-founder of Field Trip, which is developing an in-person clinic that will let doctors prescribe psilocybin as well as other mind-altering drugs to treat patients with mood disorders. Go here

The company will operate in partnership with a Toronto psychiatrist. In the future, Field Trip plans to open locations in Toronto, New York and London. The idea is to use psilocybin to treat depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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In Canada, the sale of magic mushrooms is illegal under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act. But in some cases, Health Canada can grant exemptions. That’s why a handful of in-person mushroom stores have opened recently across the country.

At Larsen’s dispensary, customers show identification and sign a waiver saying they are at least 19 years old. The store has a minimalist atmosphere with psychedelic art on the walls and mushroom-themed books. The store sells a small amount of dried mushrooms to start and offers a variety of edibles that contain psilocybin. The price for an ounce of mushrooms ranges from $30 to $200 depending on the strain and quality.

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How to Install Netting Fence

Netting fence is an electrifiable prefabricated fence that arrives in a complete roll including line posts. It’s composed of plastic verticals “welded” to electrifiable polywire with steel spikes at the base that’s inserted into ground for support. It’s flexible enough to fence around corners and curves, and it can be installed in valleys and over hills. It’s very easy to install and requires no tools at all (except a pair of high-tensile wire cutters). A standard roll (164 ft inclusive of posts) will last 10 seasons or more if used carefully. It isn’t physically strong, however, so it’s chief enemies are lawn mowers and ice/heavy snow. It will also sag if not supported at corners and ends. Netting can be anchored using guy lines or by putting in additional line posts. URL

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Before starting, check that the energiser has sufficient capacity to run the amount of netting being installed. Also, make sure it’s not set up in a way that will drain energy by having the lowest ‘hot’ strand catch around one of the metal spikes on the posts, causing a dead short.

Begin at the end without posts and work toward them, rolling up a net as you go. When you reach the end with posts, firmly tie up the net using the 2 tie strings. Make sure it’s tight enough to carry easily, but not as tight as when new. Check for any gaps where an animal could get under the netting and peg them down firmly, using galvanised pegs.