Medicine/Healing

I went to… psychedelic dispensary in North America – here’s how they do it

When pressed on why the police nor the city have moved to shut the business down – let alone make any arrests – representatives of both have expressed that they’re more concerned with addressing the opioid crisis rather than wrestling with the increasingly embraced psychedelic scene. It probably isn’t a stretch to guess that they see the writing on the wall. Psilocybin mushrooms and ketamine are already allowed in Canada for patients with certain health conditions…

Beside the register are several stacks of educational material explaining the benefits and risks associated with each substance. And new initiates to the “club” – for customers must become card-carrying “members” before they can buy any of the stronger substances (a policy that is almost certainly intended to ward off certain legal challenges) – receive detailed guidance on how to safely use the drugs. Having spent a good amount of time hanging around the store sipping cocaccinos and taking in the vibe, I can report that its owner and staff are benevolently dedicated to the psychedelic cause. This is no cynical venture attempting to capitalize on a fast-rising trend – these people are out to help those in need.

Original Article (The Manual):
I went to the only psychedelic dispensary in North America – here’s how they do it
Artwork Fair Use: Fridolin freudenfett

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