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Colorado approves decriminization of Magic Mushrooms and other psychedelic's.


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#1 Skywatcher

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Posted 12 November 2022 - 10:11 AM

I fantastic step forward for realistic laws on these medicines !

 

https://news.yahoo.c...sycsrp_catchall


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Posted 12 November 2022 - 11:10 AM

I like how there will be "care centers" where one could go to have a guided, therapeutic experience. As opposed to just "slinging" mushrooms at convenience store type outlets to anyone who has money.

 

This is one of the few articles that I have saved in my "favorites".


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Posted 12 November 2022 - 12:07 PM

This is great news,  let us hope this ball keeps rolling in the right direction.


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Posted 12 November 2022 - 01:14 PM

I received this news update yesterday as well, steppingstone in the right direction, I've also seen petitions lately here in CA.  Educating people on how this ISN'T a Rec Cannabis situation is crucial since most of us know the power of the Fungus.  There is a special on Netflicks that is awesome showing how this IS or can be a Medical like setting and is extremely therapeutic for patients that are near the end of their life cycle (Cancer, Hospice,SNF).  And frankly, most of us have some sort of mental condition or childhood trauma that stays with us always and working that out is worth the pain (crying... FEAR... etc) you may or may not have to go through to get over it (or at least accept it).  I wish my wife wasn't so scared, she could use the therapy, but shit... I'm no Doctor so I stay in my own Lane.  I used to do I/P authorizations for nurses and Med Directors years Ago, but that doesn't make me Clinical.  I've told a few folks over the years that I would gladly give up all my shit to anyone in need, soft spot for Vets (family members and such) I used to also do Tricare for ADSM's and retirees (Wounded Warrior Program or Similar) and have gone through sensitivity training and what they and their families go through (which isn't even close to understanding, but it's builds empathy and relatability).  Moving ON... that's my two pennies... Over... AND OUT


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Posted 14 November 2022 - 12:20 AM

Yea I saw this! This is a great step forward. I wish my state would.
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Posted 15 November 2022 - 12:07 PM

Self grows are now legal in CO, along with NM,

and everything is legal in OR.

I feel a road trip coming on!   :victorious:

 

But seriously, its now available to grow your own as legitimate medicine for many PTSD and major depression sufferers. 

This will really save lives.  Good newz is hard to come by these dayz.  Nice chess move CO!  Freedom!


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Posted 17 November 2022 - 05:51 PM

I was telling a buddy the other day how we are head of the curve!! Power in these things is somthing that needs to be addressed!!




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