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Cluster headache sufferers prefer magic mushrooms

Patients who suffer from cluster headaches - a debilitating medical condition for which there is no cure - are flouting the [British] government's ban on magic mushrooms because they say the psychedelic fungi are the only thing to relieve the pain of their attacks. The Guardian reports.

Posted by Cynthia on November 18, 2005 at 12:35 PM in Britain, Licensing and Legislation, Magic Mushrooms | Permalink