Psychedelic… religious freedom…
…the violation of religious freedoms pertaining to sacramental psychedelic usage is hardly a rarity for… [entheogenic] religious groups… Indeed, it is both a first amendment right for U.S. citizens and a specifically cited right in the New Hampshire constitution [which] has upended Mack’s 2018 conviction, and therefore, ruled in favor of religious freedom to use psilocybin mushrooms.
But it is a correction that came two years late, and more importantly, tells a bigger story of how Western law views the rights of shamanic and earth-based religious communities. Popular psychedelic sacraments include psilocybin mushrooms, peyote, and ayahuasca (though various psychoactive drugs have been used in more recent religions as well). Moreover, it doesn’t take a legal scholar to recognize that religious freedoms are clearly protected by the U.S. constitution.
Original Article (Microdose.buzz):
Psychedelic csr: religious freedom in the native american church
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