SACRAMENTO (KPIX) — Magic mushrooms could be legalized in California as early as 2018.

A ballot measure was filed at the Attorney General’s office Friday.

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The initiative would put the legal age of use of the psychedelic psilocybin mushrooms at 21.

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When eaten, “shrooms” have hallucinogenic properties, much like LSD.

Now it needs more than 365,000 signatures to get on the 2018 ballot.

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If passed, adults could legally use, possess, sell, transport and cultivate psilocybin mushrooms.