Spirituality

Psychedelics as a sacrament? Lawsuit says drugs are a religious right

Jesse Choper, another law expert at UC-Berkeley, [said] that the religion argument might work.

…church has about 60,000 members… “a nondenominational, interfaith religious organization that supports the use and safe access” of certain natural psychedelics, according to its website. In the lawsuit, it outlined what it calls the “sacramental use” of cannabis, mushrooms and other hallucinogenic substances as a way to connect with “a higher consciousness, their own eternal souls, spiritual beings and God.”

Original Article (Washington Post):
Psychedelics as a sacrament? Lawsuit says drugs are a religious right
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