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This week, MissMaeg records from the home studio and chats with friend Richell Scogin, a fellow PhD student at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). Maegan and Richell delve into the topics they are currently researching: cannabis as a tool for spiritual development and the variables that need to be controlled in mushroom studies. Maegan gives a history lesson on cannabis and how it's been used for centuries plus how it has enhanced Maegan's spirituality and the importance of spirituality in recovery. Richell shares her experience with cannabis as medicine and takes a critical look at how psilocybin mushrooms are being utilized in clinical trials plus the errors that affect how we understand this fungus.
#medicalmarijuana #cannabis #mushroom #psilocybin #ergot #entheogen #hallucinogens #psychedelics #transperonal #psychology #therapy #counseling
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