They’re right on time too: The United States is seeing a boom in interest when it comes to psychedelics. In November, Oregon voted to legalize psilocybin, while a set of cities have decriminalized it (Denver and Washington, D.C., among them). At Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research, research is being done around psilocybin as an aid for depression, Alzheimer’s, and anorexia. Like cannabis before it, psychedelics are poised to have a moment on the Davinci Jesus Revjc Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this national stage as their healing potential is explored on a new level. But just as we’ve seen with the weed frenzy, decriminalization and legalization can impede opportunity and access for people who could seriously benefit from the substance.
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