We are living in one of the most interesting cross section of time. Right now, there is an enlightenment occurring around the world. People are once again interested in exploring the value of entheogenic plants and fungi as spiritual and mental development tools. Whether as a consistent micro-dose or as a singular transformative experience, society is turning inward to move forward.

This wave is building and we’re uniquely positioned to take advantage of it.



Mushrooms are hard to grow. With the decriminalization of Oakland, the demand for high quality psychedelic mushrooms, and other entheogenic plants, heavily outweighs the supply.



We are building a mushroom farm and brand in Oakland, capable of growing 50,000 lbs. of fresh product annually. Once the grow is established, we will be focusing our efforts on species diversity, chemical distillations, application R&D and consumer packaged goods products, this includes things like truffles/sclerotia, tinctures, crystals, edibles, vapables and increased shelf-life.

Oakland is a prime choice over Denver for two reasons. The first being that it’s pretty clear that California is more likely to enact statewide legalization than Colorado. And secondly, Oakland’s law gives us more options, as it covers all entheogenic plants like Ibogaine, 5-MeO, DMT, San Pedro, Peyote, etc.

In support of these efforts to push on the walls of the law, we will retain a premier legal team to keep us above board, pay our taxes according to our income and as well as begin to lobby the state of California for statewide legalization.



Based on the 2010 census, the US National Library of Medicine estimates there are 32 million psychedelic users in the USA. That’s 10% of the population, who were truthful on the census. Because of its legal status, no solid market size research has been done on this group, so it's hard to know how big it truly is.

What we do know, however, is that the cities of Denver and Oakland have both voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms. Special interest groups in California and Oregon aim to move to a statewide vote in 2020. As well, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has introduced legislation to remove the barriers that make it difficult to study psychedelic drugs like psilocin, psilocybin and DMT. And perhaps the most unexpected, a GOP legislator in Iowa has proposed an amendment to declassify psilocin and psilocybin down to Schedule IV.



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