Colorado psilocybin dmt ibogaine

Colorado now joins a handful of states in advancing mental health treatment with previously banned substances. Bill HB22-1116 would establish “a policy review panel to study plant-based medicines to support mental health.” As author Nick Wills details in, “Colorado bill would study these natural hallucinogens,” psilocybin, psilocyn, dimethyltrytamine, and igobaine would be the eligible plants should the bill become law. 

Colorado has a history with similar decriminalization. In 2019 mushrooms with psilocybin were decriminalized where much research has shown the positive affect psilocyn has on serotonin, a hormone that affects our digestion, sleep, and mood. Ibogaine has yielded exceptional results with those addicted to opioids. 

In terms of next steps, the legislation will be reviewed by the Public & Behavioral Health and Human Services Committee in February 2022.

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