What is Initiative 71?
Washington D.C's Initiative 71 allowed adults over 21 years of age or old to possess cannabis and cultivate up to three marijuana plants. However, it didn't allow for the direct sale of marijuana in the city. Instead, it fostered a gift economy. Recreational marijuana can be gifted for free, though it cannot be sold directly.
In response, businesses in Washington DC are able to sell items unrelated to marijuana, such as stickers, digital art, music tapes, t-shirts, and otherwise for marked-up prices. Along with the unrelated item purchased comes a free cannabis gift. This is legal thanks to the unregulated marketplace and Initiative 71 legal loophole.
This culture is advertised openly in the city and includes daily transactions, local deliveries, and special events.
What is Initiative 81?
Washington D.C's Initiative 81 was designed to decriminalize the non-commercial cultivation, distribution, possession, and use of entheogenic plants and fungi. This decriminalized plants and fungi that contain ibogaine, dimethyltryptamine, mescaline, psilocybin, or psilocyn. Examples include psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms or shrooms, peyote, and iboga.
Like Initiative 71, Initiative 81 didn't make it legal for these products to be sold, but it allowed for them to be gifted and used freely by people age 21 and older. In the same vein, these psychedelic substances are legal to gift and use in the District of Columbia. Purchasing an unrelated item comes with a free amount of DMT, mescaline, shrooms, peyote, and iboga thanks to a legal loophole.
This culture is also advertised openly in the city.
Is all this legal?
Yes. In compliance with Initiative 71 and Initiative 81, we don't sell any controlled substances directly. We sell unrelated physical items that come with a free gift of your choosing. All the prices you see on our website refer to our physical items, and not to controlled substances directly.