Why Oregon's psilocybin market probably won't work
People considering training to be facilitators should watch they don't lose their money, says Noah Heller of NGO Psilocybin Oregon. Jules Evans interviews.
Noah Heller runs Psilocybin Oregon, an organisaton that is doing important work shining a light on Oregon’s Measure 109, which legalized psilocybin therapy in the state of Oregon. He thinks the Measure, while well-intentioned, won’t produce an economically-viable market - but no one has told the thousands of people spending tens of thousands of dollars …
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