Colorado’s Natural Medicine Health Act
On 8 November, the Colorado electorate will vote on the Natural Medicine Health Act, Proposition 122, to decriminalise entheogens and lay the groundwork for the regulation of psychedelic compounds.
The Natural Medicine Health Act requires rules to be written for a psilocybin programme by 2024, with service centres expected to open in 2025. This would create the second state-wide industry in the US, after Oregon, and one that could quickly become the biggest.
Similar to Oregon’s programme, adults over 21 in Colorado could access psilocybin services without a diagnosis, prescription or referral. This presents an addressable market of over 3 million, 24% larger than that in Oregon.READ MORE