In his small studio at 800 West Eighth Avenue, Darren Lyman houses a nameless magic mushroom co-op that serves as a support center for those in need of natural medicine. After calling ahead, you can walk in, show your ID (21 and over only), and then sit down for a visit. The support includes a chat about the intoxicating effects of psilocybin mushrooms; psilocybin’s potential to help treat mental ailments such as anxiety, addiction, depression and traumatic stress; and your intended use for the mushrooms. That session typically costs $30. And the four grams of mushrooms? Well, those are free.
“It’s just like how co-op cannabis dispensaries started in California in the ’90s,” Lyman explains. “They tell me their reasons, and I provide the support.” According to Lyman, he’s operating…
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