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Traveling to Amsterdam


BongoRed

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I’m heading back in a few months, no issues with taking what I have prescribed with me. I’m curious if anyone can tell me anything over the counter or easily accessible I should keep an eye out for. Shrooms and herbs an obvious, but anything else?

Thanks in advance. 

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15 hours ago, BongoRed said:

I’m heading back in a few months, no issues with taking what I have prescribed with me. I’m curious if anyone can tell me anything over the counter or easily accessible I should keep an eye out for. Shrooms and herbs an obvious, but anything else?

Thanks in advance. 

Apparently they don't sell shrooms anymore. To many tourist having bad trips and having and causing accidents. You can get truffles. Not as good. The herb is crazy prices £30 for a G. The selection of herb is poor. 

Amsterdam isn't what it use to be 10 year ago. Canada and US have taken the lead in the herb department.

Only thing they lead the way in is the knocking shops.

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