On Monday, October 4, 2021 Seattle’s City Council unanimously approved a resolution to decriminalize noncommercial activity around a wide range of psychedelic substances
It looks like House lawmakers are cozying up to the idea of the potential therapeutic benefits of psychedelics for PTSD for military personnel.
The Warmth of a Chat is All it Takes: The Fireside Project Brings the Cozy Back into a Psychedelic Trip
Cozy is the Fireside Project for any and all psychonauts to dial into when all the cozies before are not filling the void and there is a need for peer support to make cozy feel safe.
The headlines were blaring: Biden’s pick for drug czar worked as an advisor for a weed company last year!
Imagine an app that could detect subtle changes in your voice. Imagine if that app could tell a mental health clinician if you were experiencing anxiety or depression or a subtle change in mood.
We are 54 years from the Summer of Love when in 1967 San Francisco became the focal point for young people to flap their wings against conservative social values and spread their wings in experimentation of sexual expression and drug experimentation.
When we think of the law one has to also equate the word independence. For it was independence that created the system of laws in this country that formed the basis of our legislative system and consequently our legal system as a profession.
For those that don’t know what Juneteenth is it’s the day – June 19, 1865 – that marks the end of slavery in the United States.
Psychedelics as we know are having it’s day. And have been. Cannabis has been having its day since 1996 when California passed Prop 215 more compassionately known as the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 which permitted the use of medical cannabis.
I have a love hate relationship with Amazon. I love the ease, I order constantly from books to candles to pillowcases. I shop at Whole Foods almost exclusively. I struggle with the company not paying its fair share to Uncle Sam.