Much like when Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, the passage of Proposition 122 in 2022 has seen numerous changes concerning certain psychedelics including psilocybin mushrooms.

One of the latest changes to come to the state of Colorado since the Natural Medicine Act's passage is certain classes that are offered to adults to learn about growing these psychedelic mushrooms.

Grow Your Own Mushroom Classes Now Offered in Colorado

The classes, appropriately called "Grow Your Own Mushrooms," are being offered by husband and wife duo Thomas Parker and Tracy Hepner in Pueblo, Colorado. So far, there are two classes currently scheduled to take place on January 20, 2024, and February 17, 2024, at Karmic Konnection which is located at 125 East Abriendo Avenue in the Steel City.

The couple's organization, Earth's Wisdom, offers instruction in not only growing the mushrooms but also their application in treating ailments like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, migraines, and even cancer.

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The course is only offered to adults 21 years of age or older and each class costs $100 per person. Attendees will receive all of the supplies necessary to grow their own psychedelic mushrooms as well as information regarding micro-dosing, the recommended method of ingestion for treating certain ailments, and the instructors have made themselves available via phone for any questions or concerns.

The Natural Medicine Act's passing has opened up many doors to those who may benefit from treating PTSD, depression, or a number of other ailments with the use of certain psychedelics including, but not limited to, psilocybin mushrooms.

Learn more at Karmic Konnection's website.

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