Magic Mushrooms News Roundup

Magic Mushrooms News Roundup

Welcome to the latest magic mushrooms in the news roundup.Yes, incredibly these days there is enough dynamic change happening in the world of magic mushrooms regarding research – their use for medical issues particularly depression PTSD and the like – And increasingly news covering conversations that lawmakers are having around around the world about legalising shrooms. Many people might find this surprising but those people just haven’t been paying attention. Hawaii News Now reports that lawmakers are considering legalisingΒ magic mushroomsΒ in treatment settings pointing out that they have a reputation as an illegal party drug for good reason but that there’s another side to the plant that is increasingly being appreciated by those in the medical profession.

Another Hawaii media source reported the proposal will be heard by the senate Judiciary committee at the state capital will be watching and reporting on this story as it develops meanwhile in California a bill was introduced that would decriminalise the personal use of psychedelic drugs including suicide and mota mushrooms and also other substances like MDMA, LSD, DMT and ketamine for all Californians over the age of 21. Buy Shrooms Online, Canada style might be happening soon stateside. The New York Post reporting that the move comes after Oregon’s sweeping decriminalisation bill that went into effect in February 2021. Those who coming to police custody for the substances instead of going to jail will go to addiction counselling and get a $100 fine. Following the news in psychedelics – Denver, Washington DC, Oakland, Santa Cruz, and Ann Arbour have all decriminalised psychedelic drugs, the New York Times reported in the same article. In the new California bill introduced by a Democrat from an area near San Francisco, the paper reported, possession of these kind of drugs would still be illegal if people are under the age of 21.

Charges for simple possession dropped. This truly is a radical change in policy for many cities and the changes are coming rapidly. With these bills and initiatives sponsored by organisations like veterans groups, doctors groups, and other stakeholders, they truly do have mainstream support. Advocates of magic mushrooms as well as advocates of plant medicine applaud these movements as positive and forward thinking. With stigma rapidly reducing as more people try microdosing, it seems inevitable that the magic mushrooms Richmond BC loves so well will soon be legal and freely available in many jurisdictions.

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