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Colorado may be the next state to decriminalize “magic” mushrooms as new research shows potential benefits

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    Colorado may be the next state to decriminalize “magic” mushrooms as new research shows potential benefits
    New research showing the therapeutic potential of psilocybin and other psychedelics for mental health has spurred legalization efforts

    Although recent research showing the healing potential of these drugs has spurred renewed interest, mushrooms and naturally derived psychedelics like mescaline, ibogaine and dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, have been used by people for centuries. It’s only in the past 50 years that they were considered illegal.

    Now advocates are hoping Colorado will join Denver and a growing number of cities and states that are decriminalizing mushrooms and other psychedelics. They’re working on initiatives that, if approved for the November ballot, would ask voters to eliminate criminal penalties under state law for possession, use and cultivation of certain psychedelic substances.

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    I've had many an interesting experience with the 'shrooms. Certainly not as potent as Owsley's White Lightning or Sand's Orange Sunshine, but pretty good. Peyote is good stuff as well.

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    • #3
      New research showing the therapeutic potential of psilocybin and other psychedelics for mental health…
      Didn’t we already try this in the 1960s?

      In any case, no problem with decriminalization for scientific/medical study.

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