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    Bali's Magic Mushroom Fanta


    Around the Indonesian island of Bali's north Magic Mushrooms grow in the wild.


    Hand picked and washed the mushrooms are sold legally around Bali for locals and tourists.


    The mushrooms are blended with rasberry Fanta or Cola to make drinks. They also make omelettes, pancakes and ice cream, infact there is no limit as to what they can be added to in order to make a hallucinogenic meal or drink.


    Costing between $5-$40 by negotiation the hallucinogenic drinks can make you happy and joyful or can cause confusing hallucinations and even death from the activities you pursue once you consume them.


    These Magic Mushrooms are called Jamur and grow in the wild in Singaraja in Bali's North.

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