Which soap company just announced it will now offer psychedelic treatment to its workers as part of its healthcare benefits?
Soap Company Dr. Bronners announced it will now offer psychedelic treatment to its workers as part of its healthcare benefits expansion. Check it out: https://www.marijuanamoment.net/soap-company-dr-bronners-offers-psychedelic-treatment-to-workers-as-part-of-healthcare-benefits-expansion/
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has officially legalized psychedelic medicine and has awarded a license to MedPlant Science to cultivate, process, import and export psychedelic compounds for medicinal use and research. We believe this is the first country to go all in, so to speak. Do you think this could make the Grenadines a hub for psychedelics? https://microdose.buzz/news/calgary-based-med-plant-science-ltd-granted-license-to-research-and-develop-psychedelics-on-the-caribbean-island-of-st-vincent-and-the-grenadines/
The Utah Legislature passed a bill creating a task force to study the mental health benefits of psychedelics. The bill does have a veto-proof majority, but the governor is expected to sign it. Check it out: https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/archive/2022/03/03/mgk-lgl22-utah-legislature-passes-bill-creating-task-force-to-study-mental-health-benefits-of-psychedelics/#.YiIReSFJmAw
Did you know that American philosopher William James wrote about the psychedelic experience in 1882, over 70 years before Aldous Huxley published his influential The Doors of Perception?
James wrote that “our normal waking consciousness, rational consciousness as we call it, is but one special type of consciousness” and that drugs “stimulate the mystical consciousness in an extraordinary degree.” His experiments with nitrous oxide and similar substances were an enormous influence on his later thought, including The Varieties of Religious Experience.