Illegal under Hawaii state law.
S.B. 738 - Introduced 1/22/21Overview: Would remove psilocybin and psilocin from the list of Schedule I substances. Requires the Department of Health to establish designated treatment centers for the therapeutic administration of psilocybin and psilocin. Establishes a review panel to review and assess the effects of this measure.
Status: Committee deferred the measure on 2/23/21
Publish Date: February 24, 2021
Overview: State health officials said that while psilocybin might benefit mental health disorders, the circumstances for safe and effective administration aren’t proven, and that the Health Department isn’t the appropriate agency to set up treatment centers.
Overview: A pair of Hawaii lawmakers is pushing to explore the therapeutic potential of psychedelic mushrooms, introducing legislation that could one day make psilocybin-based products available to medical patients in the state.
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