Oregon Issues Two Licenses to Psilocybin Manufacturers

Willamette Week

The Oregon Health Authority has issued two licenses to manufacturers of psilocybin, a crucial step in making the psychoactive compound in magic mushrooms available for regulated use in the state.

The first license went to Satori Farms PDX LLC, a woman-owned farm based in Portland, according to OHA. The second went to Satya Inc., based in Medford.

OHA began issuing licenses this year for manufacturers of psilocybin, laboratories for testing product, “service centers” where people can ingest it, facilitators to lead mushroom trips, and workers in the industry.

“It’s hard to describe how thrilling this is,” Satya CEO Andreas Met said in a press release. “We are among the first group of applicants to be fully licensed to grow psilocybe cubensis for legal consumption in Oregon. We believe we are among the first to ever be granted this privilege on earth, in history.”



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