Colorado decriminalized 5 psychedelics, but what exactly does that mean?

It is not a crime to possess, use, grow or share certain substances, but the law has gray areas

How Psychedelics Can Change Our Society Ft. Sean McAllister

This article is inspired by our insightful podcast episode hosted by Psychedelic Passage co-founder, Jimmy Nguyen, which you can listen to on all streaming platforms.

Joined by esteemed guest Sean McAllister, a legal expert specializing in the regulatory, healthcare, and spiritual dimensions of psychedelic medicines, this article delves into the intricate layers of psychedelics’ impact on society.

The For-Profit Psychedelic Business Model: How to Be Ethical, Sustainable and Profitable

Learn how to build a successful, thriving organization that also gives back, pays forward, supports communities — and above all, does no harm. Strategies and advice on business structures, mission statements, financial forecasting, community relations, and quality control.

California Judge Rules Against Feds in Suit Filed by Ayahuasca Church

A California church that uses ayahuasca as a sacrament has won a round in a legal battle with the U.S. Attorney General’s office.

Magic Mushroom Co-Op Catches District Attorney’s Attention

“This is a bit of a gray area on the spectrum right now.”

Grandmother and her family try mushroom tea in hopes of psychedelic-assisted healing

Four women — two daughters, their mom and their grandmother — recently got together in Colorado for the emotional trip of their lives. They underwent psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy using psilocybin, a compound found in mushrooms.

Human Law Reflections: Sean McAllister on Medicine Work, Global Healing, and the Polarizing Nuances of Decriminalizing Natural Occurring Psychedelics in CO – Praying With Plants | Podcast on Spotify

In this episode of Praying with Plants, Philip Wolf engages in a deep and diverse conversation with Sean McAllister. Together, they lightly explore dreams, family dynamics, and envisioning a healthy world for future generations before going deep.

After legalizing mushrooms, Denver hosted a psychedelic ‘science’ conference

Denver last week hosted a psychedelic “science” conference. Colorado is working on rules to implement its recent legalization of hallucinogenic mushrooms. Therapists are already working with them.

Colorado decriminalized psilocybin. Here’s your guided trip through what happens next.

What’s the timeline? Is natural medicine right for you? Should you microdose? We answer these questions and more.

Michigan’s 2 marijuana lounges let you smoke inside. But will they take off?

In a small northern Michigan town, a historic opera house has been transformed into a lounge with plump leather chairs where people can sit and smoke weed together.

Will Colorado Look to Rein In Prop 122’s Personal Use Clause?

A Q&A with Psychedelics Attorney Sean Allister

Reflections and Gratitude for the Measure 122 Campaign from David Bronner & Next Steps in Colorado