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With the recent legalization of psilocybin in Oregon, Chariot, a new psilocybin healing center, is gearing up to opens its doors to the public. The healing center aims to provide people with a chance to experience the healing powers of psychedelic medicine through the use of psilocybin mushrooms. Mounting research continues to point to the effective and viable role psilocybin can have in the medical space.

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The facilitators at Chariot are offering, “a safe and carefully-curated space to facilitate healing and growth using psilocybin as a catalyst.” Their goal is to help people heal from general unwellness and other afflictions through the use of psychedelic medicine when traditional medications or therapy interventions do not work. Guests can expect to experience a “profound and personal journey” towards better health.

Exciting news: Oregon is legalizing Psilocybin therapy. Click here to get on the waiting list for the first state-approved psilocybin therapy in the United States now!


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Angelica Bottaro

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Angelica Bottaro is a medical writer and researcher with a rich background in psychology and journalism. She holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Trent University and an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Centennial College. Angelica has been a freelance writer since 2014, amassing bylines in various platforms like Very Well Health, The Good Men Project, MakeWell, and LymeTime among others. Although primarily a freelance writer, her educational background and career trajectory have positioned her as a voice in mental health discourse, highlighting systemic issues in mental health care through her writing.

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