“Magic mushrooms” have been found to. be particularly effective in combating both treatment-resistant depression and major depressive episodes.
Given its hallucinogenic effect, lawmakers may be reticent to allow distribution of the psychedelic drug without more restrictions.
While you may have tried mushrooms with friends in college, the medical uses of psilocybin are the predominant argument for decriminalization or legalization.
While the vote won’t be certified until May 16, Denver will become the first city in the United States to decriminalize psychedelic "magic" mushrooms.
Should activist collect 117,578 signatures to qualify for the ballot, Oregon voters could decide to decriminalize “magic mushrooms” and allow for their growth with a license.
You may not be hallucinating yet, but the multitude of medicinal uses for psilocybin mushrooms will have your head spinning.
In a city known for its progressive drug policies, Denver has yet to decide if it wants to decriminalize magic mushrooms. If marijuana is acceptable, why not psychedelics?
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