The world — and specifically the innovative and inspiring state of Oregon — is in the midst of a profound psychedelic renaissance.
The work of responsibly reintegrating these incredibly powerful plants, fungi, and molecules back into society is being done by thousands of people across a wide variety disciplines.
Studies of psilocybin mushrooms, MDMA, ketamine, and other psychedelics have consistently shown tremendous potential for therapeutic applications. Seemingly every other week a landmark study is released, and another cover story in a major publication is printed, demonstrating how these molecules help people.
In increasing numbers, people are turning to psychedelics to overcome anxiety, unresolved trauma, eating disorders, and bad habits; as well as to increase their creativity, joy, and general wellbeing. In contrast to the pharmaceuticals presently filling that role, psychedelics are organic, non-toxic, non-addictive compounds.