…psychedelics as a bridge to… reality
…she doesn’t want to see a monopoly or corporatization of plant medicines… it is important psychedelics are decriminalized before they are legalized.
“I love the work that many cities in the United States have done, such as Oakland (California), Denver (Colorado), Ann Arbor (Michigan), and Washington D.C. in claiming decriminalization, so I’m hoping Canada can do that on a national front. If legalization comes through, that’s great, but first and foremost there has to be decriminalization. These plants were never meant to be something that was criminal — it’s criminal that they are criminalized,” says Canadian Psychedelic Association co-founder Salimeh Tabrizi.
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Salimeh Tabrizi on psychedelics as a bridge to supreme reality
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