The passage of Proposition 122 gives us new options for healing. Although psychedelic substances have been used for centuries, Coloradans lack a basic understanding of how to use the medicines they are now allowed to purchase. This shortfall can be seen in how these substances are often misunderstood or used to exploit others. As we move forward, community outreach and education will be necessary to help people understand the effects of these psychedelics and how to use them safely.
Colorado will have a decriminalized underground drug market in less than a month if Proposition 122 passes. I volunteered for Natural Medicine Colorado over the past eight months. The more I learned, the more my stomach churned over what 122 could mean for Coloradans. First, I agree with these two campaign talking points: psilocybin helpsContinue reading “Too Much. Too Soon. Too Dangerous. Vote NO on 122.”
“More Mushrooms, Less Patriarchy” is the rallying cry I displayed at Denver’s Womxn’s March. I’ve been reflecting heavily on whether 122 upholds this core belief. Psychedelics have the potential to create powerful personal and spiritual transformations. However, these drugs can also be used to exploit and control others. After repeated readings of 122, discussions withContinue reading “Why My Conscience Is Voting NO on Colorado Proposition 122: Access to Natural Psychedelics Substances (Blue Book Title)”