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Insomnia, Depends on location. Ohio generally a pretty poor area for hunting and observing the 'magic' types. Others species abound, though. Unfortunately, for wild hunting of 'magic' types, a road trip will probably be required. Not always as far as you would expect. MJ would be much more of a help concerning what is more prevalant in certain regions. Also, refer to whatever references you may be able to find. Well informed is what it's all about. Peace
Well I decided to go on a shroom hunt today in a local park near Cleveland. Unfortunately, didn't find a single shroom of any kind. Plan to hit the metroparks soon. I remember always seeing different kinds of shrooms when I was younger and hiking through the woods. I did see some interesting shrooms on someone's front lawn on the walk home, but a cop came down the street just as I was about to grab a few to check out.
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