Leaders of the Native American Church of North America (NACNA) recently met with several Congressional officials in the hope of directing federal funding toward supporting the preservation of the natural habitats of peyote for future generations.

As this Schedule I psychedelic has been historically used in religious contexts, the church is entitled to grow and use it, specifically under a 1994 amendment to the federal American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA.) 

Nonetheless, the supply of peyote is proving limited. Considering that each cactus has a 10-year …

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