The first and one of only two U.S. states, with Colorado, where psychedelics have been decriminalized and legalized within a regulated therapeutic model, Oregon recently licensed what is now the nation’s first psilocybin service center.

Oregon’s Measure 109, approved by 50% of total voters in the 2020 ballot, entails no specific diagnosis or physician’s prescription is required to receive psilocybin therapy at the service centers, although all the process involved within administrating the psychedelic is effectively regulated by the state’s Health Authority (OHA) and a special body created for the establishment of services, the Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS.) 

This means everyone from product manufacturers to testing labs as well as facilitators and service centers must each own their …

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