There are roughly 19,502 cities in the United States, but as of December 2021, only thirteen have decriminalized psychedelics. Perhaps you’re lucky enough to reside in a state like Washington, Oregon, or Colorado, where magic mushrooms have re-entered mainstream conversation. However, given the statistics above, it’s far more likely that decriminalization has yet to pass through legislation in your community.
Regardless of where you live, and thanks to organizations and initiatives like MAPS, Zendo Project, and Double Blind, learning about and experimenting with psilocybin has been made possible, accessible, and even fairly normal. Magic mushrooms, no longer considered fringe party favors, are the solution that many individuals find themselves turning toward to relieve treatment-resistant symptoms, connect deeper with their spiritual beliefs, enhance their creativity, appreciate nature, and tap into shared consciousness.
If you are among the many Americans who are eager to learn more about trying magic mushrooms, we’ve pulled together a list of various resources to help clarify your best path forward. If there’s a topic that’s on your mind but off of our list, don’t hesitate to reach out! We would love to help find the solution and point you in the right direction.
Microdosing Magic Mushrooms
Tripping On Shrooms
Therapeutic Advantages To Psilocybin
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