‘Magic mushroom’ in Queen Elizabeth II’s garden


LONDON (AP) — A mushroom with hallucinogenic properties has been found growing at Buckingham Palace but no one suspects Queen Elizabeth II of cultivating the magic mushroom.   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 rituals.   Palace officials said Friday there are several hundred species of mushrooms growing in the palace gardens, including a number of naturally occurring Amanita muscaria.…MORE


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6 Responses to ‘Magic mushroom’ in Queen Elizabeth II’s garden

  1. Let’s put 20 seconds on the clock and see how many comments we can come up with, shall we?


  2. Now I understand why she thinks those hats are cute.


  3. This explains why the Royal Family is always smiling.


  4. Growing wild? In the Queen’s garden? Really? Are her Pakistani gardeners happier than her?


  5. sarasinart says:

    You are just funny. Those aren’t “naturally occurring” anywhere around here…………. 🙂


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