Statewide psilocybin regulations released

After months of discussion and public input, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) announced it has adopted the final subset of rules to “regulate the production of psilocybin products and the provision of psilocybin services,” solidifying the first comprehensive and regulatory framework for psilocybin — more commonly known as “magic mushrooms” – in the U.S. 

The guidelines come after the announcement of November midterm results on local opt- outs and bans. In the Southern Willamette Valley, both Cottage Grove and Creswell passed measures to ban psilocybin production and use within the city limits.

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