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How… [Cascadia] has adapted to the psilocybin movement…

As the psilocybin movement… continues to grow… residents can now order magic mushrooms online, delivered right to their door… psilocybin is in a similar place to cannabis when considerations were first made to legalize the substance… Moms who microdose are among the fastest growing groups of followers in the psychedelic movement, according to industry observers and academics studying psilocybin…

“How we’re really wanting to contribute is just to create a safe environment and a respectable, reputable environment, even down to the very products. We work with consultants around the community; we produce our products in an actual facility, a sanitized facility,” Sampras said… decriminalize [and legalize] growing, possessing, using, and giving away mushrooms, along with three other plant-based psychedelic drugs: DMT, mescaline, and ibogaine… the divide between science and religion is a recent development, emerging only in the 19th century, when the concept of “science” was reified… religious beliefs serve mainly as a foundation for dealing with more subjective issues, like community building, morality, and transcendent experience… scientific truth is unassailable in its own field [absent politics]… spiritually-inclined scientists [and scientifically-inclined religious practitioners] stand at… an emerging synthesis between two contradictory world views…

Original Article (Vancouver is awesome & cpr & daily beast & superbowlssubstack):
The ‘shroom boom: How B.C. has adapted to the psilocybin movement & Microdosing moms are a growing group of psilocybin users, even as little is known about microdosing still & Forget weed. Legal shrooms, DMT, and mescaline may be next & Psychedelics are becoming a touchpoint between science and religion
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