FAQ

1.      What is Psilocybin?

Psilocybin is the psychoactive compound found in over 200 species of mushrooms around the world, including right here in Oregon! It has been used in shamanic healing rituals, and with thousands of people in a therapeutic setting before being banned in 1971 by policy put forth from Richard Nixon. The use of this sacred compound often has a profound effect on the users consciousness and is often described to include a sense of unity, transcendence, love, sacredness, and ineffability.

2.      What can Psilocybin treat?

Psilocybin has been used in clinical trials at John Hopkins University , New York University , Imperial College of London, and more. The conclusions of these clinical trials leaves us with valuable data sets to conclude that Psilocybin therapy could treat everything from depression, anxiety, PTSD, addiction, and more.

3.      Didn't Michael Pollan just write a book about this?

Yes. You can read a short article about it here or buy the book on Amazon here

4.      Is Psilocybin Safe?

Psilocybin whether synthesized or in a mushroom that contains the compound is not toxic, not addictive, and poses no threat of overdose. With pre-screening and proper facilitation, lasting adverse outcomes are nonexistent. Here is an article from Forbes Magazine outlining its safety. 

5.     Can we sell you mushrooms?

As much as we are totally a team of Psilocybin enthusiasts it is even more important that we follow the law to the T, now that we are putting ourselves out there every day to change the outdated and discriminatory laws that say possession and sales are punishable to an outrageous degree.

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