September 27, 2022

Bags of psilocybin mushrooms, left, are seen displayed at a pop-up cannabis market in Los Angeles on Monday, May 6, 2019. Denver voters decriminalized psilocybin mushrooms in 2019. Colorado could become the second state after Oregon to do the same this November. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP
Until 2017, Colorado resident Alan Floyd lived in a never-ending tunnel of depression. More than a decade had passed since his cancer diagnosis in 2006.
He was alive but took 450 mg of opioids daily to keep the pain at bay. That wasn’t working. The pain continued and he was still depressed. Nothing changed.
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