Biography/Memoir

The Black mothers finding freedom in mushrooms: ‘They give us our power back

Sunumi Jackson, an entheogen educator, wants to change the thinking: “Mushrooms have no race,” she said.

On a typical day, she said, she consumes .1 to .2 grams of mushrooms. She primarily uses mushrooms to decrease symptoms of depression. Jackson believes that microdosing should be used to address intergenerational trauma… like many women in the… microdosing community, Mikaela De la myco, 27, initially thought that “mushrooms were for white hippies”. The mother of a two-and-a-half-year-old first tried mushrooms when a roommate offered some to her in college. She ate 2 grams and knew she had discovered a new way of living.

Original Article (The Guardian):
The Black mothers finding freedom in mushrooms: ‘They give us our power back’
Artwork Fair Use: Yoshio Kohara