Technically Illegal under state law, however it is not illegal to grow or possess psilocybin mushrooms for personal use in the state of New Mexico
Thanks to State of New Mexico v. Pratt, New Mexico’s laws highlight a distinction in intent—between manufacturing the hallucinogenic substance psilocybin for trafficking… and growing the organic matter in which it’s naturally found for personal use.
FYI that extracting psilocybin or drying and preserving them is illegal: a second-degree felony in New Mexico, with a maximum penalty of up to nine years in prison and fines of up to $10,000.
Overview: Covers the distinctions in NM state law regarding psilocybin legality
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