The customer must agree with these 7 conditions when placing an order:
1) Ordering is at the customer’s own risk. We do ship internationally (to many countries in the World) but we cannot keep track of every single law (+ interpretation) on every single one of our products in every single country. The customer agrees to be responsible to respect the laws of his/her own country. Therefore the purchaser promises in every situation not to put any legal action/claim towards our website, our company and any people working for our company.
2) Wholecelium guarantees that all orders that have been paid for will be send out, packed in a decent and discrete way. However, Wholecelium will not be liable for any damage or loss caused by the use, ordering or delivery of our articles to or by you. Unfortunately customs or postal regulations outside Holland could interfere and could cause your shipment to be delayed for several days or not to arrive at all. We do have high shipping success rates though.
3) Customers promise they will not resell our products in a commercial way (legal or non-legal). The purpose of the goodies should only be for personal enlightment, and to share among friends (= added since March 2015). Unless you’re a business with a legal tax-number and commercial ID. If there’s any reason to believe the source of the customer’s payment/fund came from fraudulent origin, or the destination of our products will be different than described above, this will lead to a denial of service from our side plus a refund.
4) Wholecelium does not sell to minors or to big babies. Those who order must be at least 21 years of age and be able and willing to read and follow our instructions carefully. By placing an order, the customer declares to be an adult. If we have a reason to believe this condition is not met, we may have to ask for a copy of identification.
5) We will ship after payment has been received. We ship out 4 times a week.
6) Wholecelium’s products & services are applicable to Dutch laws.
7) The customer promises to read the product information on our website (and elsewhere on the web) before ordering and before using or consuming the goods. Wholecelium sees informing visitors about it’s products as one of it’s main goals but is not responsible in any way for accidents or damages caused to person(s) or goods, by any product to the purchaser of our products. There could be potential risks, besides benefits, in taking shrooms. In case of doubt, please abstain.
Although a growing amount of people (also in the academic world) believes shrooms can bring benefits for someone’s life when used wisely, this is not an accepted view in mainstream healthcare as yet. Hence, as long as our products are still controversial, Wholecelium does not make any ‘official’ medical claims.
Wholecelium is a legal company with a tax number and an office, just like any other serious business. If you order in our webshop, the sale officially takes place in the Netherlands, because that’s the country where the company is registered. We have to respect Dutch law and the Dutch law will respect us back.
Grow Kits are 100% legal for us to sell. Our grow kits do not contain psilocybin. They are not mushrooms – they’re spores and mycelium.
Magic Truffles do not fall under any law. They are 100% legal for us to sell. This is because the truffle is different from the mushroom and not mentioned on the official list of Schedules of controlled substances in the Dutch Opium Act. Thus, under the legality, it is prohibited to defining truffles as illegal. This was explicitly confirmed by the Dutch Minister of Health in Parliament on February 9, 2009.
Sclerotium Tampenensis or magic truffle is the subterranean substratum of the mushroom Tampanensis. Sclerotium Tampenensis is freely available in The Netherlands. On December 1, 2008 a new Ministerial Decree made the hallucinogenic mushroom punishable in The Netherlands. This happened by introducing a considerable amount of specific named mushrooms on the official Schedules of controlled substances of the Dutch Opium Act. One of these newly controlled mushrooms is the Tampanensis. However, the magic truffle itself is not a mushroom. It is only the subterranean substratum of the Tampanensis from which the mushroom can grow. This view is confirmed by scientists like Thom Kuyper, Professor Fungal Ecology and Diversity at the University Wageningen. The truffle must be distinguished from the mushroom. Additionally, the principle of legality is fundamental to criminal law. This principle guarantees that nothing is a crime unless it is clearly forbidden in a law. As a consequence the court applying criminal law shall never interpret a penal provision extensively. The same goes for the truffle. Because the truffle is scientifically distinguished from the mushroom and not explicitly mentioned on the official Schedules of controlled substances of the Dutch Opium Act, the principle of legality prohibits defining them as illegal. This was on February 9, 2009 once more explicitly confirmed by the Dutch Minister of Health in Parliament.
EU trade law says that if a product is legal in 1 EU country it is therefor in effect legal in ALL EU countries. So in case our types of products are not allowed by your government: the ban in your country is illegal, not our products. This logic follows from the jurisprudence which relegalized absinthe in the EU.
Our products are 100% legal in Holland. There is no priority for custom control in EU countries to look for shroom products. Health risks for shrooms are very low, when compared with other drugs such as alcohol or cocaine.
Wholecelium values privacy just as much as you do.
Therefore we do not sell, rent or otherwise distribute contact information from our customers to any other parties. We are a registered business offering only legal products, and therefore our customers are protected from infringement or inspection from the Dutch government.
We use a secure databank, and our webshop-forms are SSL protected.
Ordering at Wholecelium requires the customer to enter their name, address and email address. You can use any nickname you want on your shipping address, or any secondary email to receive your updates.