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‘Magic mushroom’ found in Queen Elizabeth II’s garden!

‘Magic mushroom’ found in Queen Elizabeth II’s garden!
A mushroom with hallucinogenic properties has been found growing at the Buckingham Palace but no one suspects the Queen Elizabeth II of cultivating the infamous magic mushrooms there.

The Amanita muscaria was found growing wild in the extensive palace gardens during preparations for a television show.

The mushroom’s hallucinogenic properties have long been known and it has commonly been used in several rituals.

Palace officials said Friday there are several hundred species of mushrooms growing in the palace gardens.

Those mushrooms  include a number of naturally occurring Amanita muscaria. No one is yet suspected pf growing the mushrooms in the palatial gardens.

The mushroom can be beneficial to trees but can be poisonous to humans in various cases.

Officials say the the mushrooms grown in the palatial garden are not used in the palace kitchens.
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