Biography/Memoir

Like cannabis, wealthy investors are shoving millions of dollars into psychedelics

Simply put: Osborne’s business made Dodge look forward to an afterlife, and she found peace in this life.

And, to bring it back to business, Osborne’s business is succeeding. He says his retreats are filling up fast. He makes more now than when he grew shrooms illegally. He pays taxes, and supports three kids. Sure, a money-free world is the hippie dream. But “we live in a capitalist culture,” Rick Doblin, the head of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), which hosted the conference, says. “People need to make a living.”

Original Article (The Rooster):
Like cannabis, wealthy investors are shoving millions of dollars into psychedelics
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