Oregon has been at the forefront of psychedelics since the passage of Measure 109 creating legal psilocybin-assisted service centers for adults as early as 2020. On Friday, state regulators approved the country's first license for a psilocybin service center where people can use psychedelics in a supervised and facilitated environment, reported Marijuana Moment. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) awarded the license to EPIC Healing Eugene.

The facility, named EPIC Healing Eugene, will hold legal psilocybin administration and supervision to patients in need. Although interested …

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