New rules for Oregon’s legal psilocybin program

Oregon proposes only using one type of mushroom for new psilocybin system, and no pills

The Oregon Health Authority released the first draft of rules for the state’s legal psilocybin program. Only one of 200 species of psilocybin mushrooms will be allowed (psilocybe cubensis, the most popular species) and synthetic psilocybin will be banned. Plus, facilitators will need 120 hours of instruction on psilocybin history, safety, racial justice, and cultural equity.

Oregon Public Broadcasting

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