Denver psilocybin mushroom dispensary…
Darren Lyman, who’s currently moving full steam ahead on the buildout of his co-op… so far, he hasn’t heard any objections from the government.
Although both Prop 122 and resulting laws allow for commercial psilocybin use to take place only under supervision, Lyman argues that his co-op isn’t trying to be a supervised use site. Nor is it a retail outlet, he says… “It’s just like how co-op cannabis dispensaries started in California in the ’90s,” Lyman explains. “They tell me their reasons, and I provide the support.” Lyman insists that he’s selling services such as his advice, self-authored informational pamphlets about psilocybin use… not the psilocybin itself. That, he stresses, is free. “We don’t sell products,” Lyman says. “It’s a co-op. People create their own recipes, and we can implement them into what we do here.”
Original Article (Westword):
Denver psilocybin mushroom dispensary isn’t trying to hide
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