Veterans in Missouri who are struggling may soon be able to be prescribed "magic mushrooms" to help them with PSTD and other disorders, here are the details on the law that could soon pass in the Show-Me State!

According to an article from Marijuana Moment, lawmakers in Missouri may soon pass a bill into law that would allow Veterans to have access to psilocybin, which is the active ingredient in "magic mushrooms" that can be used to treat ailments such as PTSD.

In the article, they say, "military veterans who are at least 21 and are diagnosed with a qualifying condition such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or substance use disorders to legally access laboratory-tested psilocybin." The article goes on to mention that the psilocybin that would be prescribed would be monitored and patients would only have access to the drugs for a year.

Missouri isn't the only one dipping its toes into seeing what benefits psilocybin can have for patients, states like Vermont, Arizona, Alaska, and more are all mentioned in the article as states looking to create laws to use the benefits of psilocybin. For more details on this story, click here!

Is this the right move?

If you listen to big influencers like Joe Rogan then you know there are a lot of people who are huge proponents of the benefits of these "magic mushrooms" Joe Rogan himself is one. The movement is growing, and if the state can mandate the use of these drugs to help people who are suffering I don't see any issue with that. But I do know that people will argue that is a slippery slope to legalizing them for recreational use, just like what happened with cannabis. What are your thoughts on the possible legalization of psilocybin?

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