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Frequently Asked Questions

Got Questions?

We've Got the Answers! 

See our most frequently asked questions and answers, below.

If you still have questions after reading these, please feel free to give us a call.

Do you all have a brick-and-mortar store?

 

Yes, we recently opened our first brick and mortar location. We are located at 922 Kennedy St NW, Washington, DC 20011 (Black building)

Do I need a recreational or medical card to donate with your store?

 

No.

However, one must be 21 years or older and have a valid ID present.

I am visiting from out of state, am I able to still donate with your store?

 

Yes, we are I-71 and local, state and federally compliant.

Do you ship orders in DC or any other states?

No, we don't ship any of our gifts. It is ILLEGAL

How do I place an order? 

All orders must be placed through our website and picked up inside our store. 

What are the strongest mushrooms?

 

Let’s compare mushrooms to liquor as an example. All types of liquor can get you drunk however, your choice of liquor goes according to what you like vs what will get you drunk.

Every mushroom is different and has its own personality (similar to different types of alcohol).

Each mushroom species will allow you to micro dose, social dose, and see visuals.

Although, you may prefer one mushroom over other due to your preference.

How much of the mushrooms should I consume?

 

Depends on what you’re looking to get from your trip.

 

Microdose - 0.10 - 0.40 grams

Social dose – 0.50 – 1.0 grams

Visual dose – 3.0 grams

Where do you grow/get your mushrooms?

Our mushrooms are locally grown.

Alkaline substrate grown

How am I able to donate for a gift of mushrooms, cannabis, or other products you have in your store?

 

We are allowed to gift our items under I-71 regulation.

However, we’re only allowed to gift products 2 ounces per person.

If I am taking antidepressants will it hinder my experience with mushrooms?

 

Yes! If you are taking SSRI's or MAOI's then these interfere with the same receptors that the mushrooms use to create experience.

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