In a move to make the drug available for personal consumption, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps has donated $1 million in funding to help pass legislation legalizing psilocybin mushrooms. The company is hoping that this will encourage more people to vote yes on Question 5 of the November ballot.,

The “decriminalized vs legal” is a significant development in the field of cannabis. The legalization of psilocybin has been an effort that Dr. Bronner’s has been involved with for some time now.

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Dr. Bronner’s has once again expressed its support for psychedelic initiatives around the nation.

Dr. Bronner’s is once again campaigning for psilocybin reform. According to state papers, the Washington, D.C.-based New Approach PAC, a lobbying organization, gave $14,000 to local business Grossman Solutions to push drug policy change in Connecticut during August and September. Dr. Bronner’s is a major supporter of New Approach.

A task team in Connecticut is looking at the usefulness of psilocybin mushrooms in therapeutic settings, according to CT Insider. Representative Josh Elliot and four other lawmakers supported House Bill 6296, which established a task committee to research the usefulness of psilocybin for a range of conditions—an important step toward legalizing psilocybin for therapeutic reasons. New Approach will work with Grossman Solutions to interact with Connecticut’s psilocybin task committee.

“New Approach’s aim is to replace the War on Drugs’ irrational and harmful policies with policies that promote public health, research, healing, and community above incarceration,” Ben Unger, director of psychedelic policy for New Approach, told CT Insider. “We approach our work with the understanding that ending the drug war is a political struggle, and that in order to achieve progress, we must conduct professional and sophisticated political campaigns.”

Several current state lawmakers, academic researchers, physicians from Yale, University of Connecticut, and Midstate Medical Center, as well as officials from several state agencies, make up the psilocybin task committee. Former state legislator Jesse MacLachlan is also on the list.

Emil Bronner’s grandson, CEO David Bronner, is the company’s creator. He said that his objective is to liberate psychedelics, especially the legalization of psilocybin for medicinal reasons, and that his grandpa would have done the same. Bronner said, “My grandfather’s ambition was to join spaceship Earth.” “We pay tribute to that tradition in a variety of ways,” including “psychedelic healing integration in medicine and therapy.” “Psychedelic medication may truly help individuals recover and wake up, and engage with serious difficulties,” Bronner said.

With a little bit of luck, the funds came. Bronner confessed that his firm made “windfall profits from being in the soap industry under COVID,” and set aside $15 million for advocacy, half of which went to drug policy change.

Psilocybin and Dr. Bronner’s Efforts

Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps are noted for their organic ingredients and environmentally friendly operations. After escaping the Nazis in Germany during the advent of fascism, Emmanuel “Emil” Bronner began the firm in 1948, producing castile soap. With decades of soap-making experience, the family has a long history.

The firm has lately turned its attention to organic and sustainable operations. Hemp extracts and/or CBD, among other helpful chemicals, are already included in many of the company’s products. The company entered the food sector earlier this year, utilizing organic resources. After learning that many of the farmers in Ghana who source its Regenerative Organic Certified Serendipalm (used in Dr. Bronner’s soaps) also produce cocoa, the business added chocolate to its range of goods.

In 2019, Dr. Bronner announced his support for psilocybin initiatives in Oregon, including a public endorsement of Oregon’s statewide Psilocybin Therapy Service Initiative of 2020 (PSI 2020), Oregon’s statewide Drug Addiction Treatment & Recovery Act of 2020 (DATRA), and Decriminalize Nature’s efforts to decriminalize natural psychedelic plant medicines in cities across the country, including Oregon.

Dr. Bronner’s introduced a cannabis-scented soap bar in November 2020 to support a new consumer education and crowdfunding effort to promote the Sun+Earth Certified regenerative organic cannabis standard. The perfumed soap bars have a distinct aroma thanks to terpenes present in cannabis.

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