Colorado becomes second state to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

Colorado has voted to decriminalize the possession and use of some hallucinogenic plants and fungi, including “magic” mushrooms, becoming the second state to do so.

The personal use, possession, growth, and transportation of certain plants and fungi in the state, including psilocybin, psilocyn, and ibogaine, which naturally have hallucinogenic effects when consumed, will be decriminalized for adults 21 and older.

The passage of Proposition 122 does not provide for the retail sales of such substances, but the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies will be in charge of developing a therapeutic psychedelics program in which psilocybin and psilocyn could be administered to people at licensed healing centers.


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