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“Can I eat it?”: Colorado mushroom forays, improved by summer monsoons, are becoming more popular

BAILEY — Jon Sommer is standing in the shade of a spruce forest holding a white mushroom with a golden-yellow cap to his nose. He smells it. Not like a sniff, more like he nearly shoves it up a nostril and inhales audibly.  To most, the mushroom smells like, well, a mushroom. Or maybe the […]

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With Denver’s vote on magic mushrooms, will Colorado anchor a psychedelic medicine revolution?

Denver is treading trippy new ground with this psilocybin vote. With voters requiring police to slacken enforcement of laws around psilocybin mushrooms, Colorado and the Mile High City are poised to anchor an emerging psychedelic renaissance, where once maligned psychoactive drugs are being championed as therapeutic remedies for illnesses like anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and […]