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Psychedelic Tourism: Jamaica’s Growing Magic Mushroom Retreat Industry

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Written by PsychePen

Jamaica is emerging as a hub for magic mushroom retreats, attracting North Americans seeking the potential benefits of psilocybin. However, concerns have been raised about the industry’s impact on the local population.

Summary: Jamaica is becoming a prominent destination for magic mushroom retreat, with the government recognizing the potential of this booming trade. Retreats, which charge about $6,000 per person, primarily attract North Americans seeking the potential benefits of psilocybin. However, concerns have been raised about whether the mushroom industry will genuinely benefit the local population.

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Jamaica Emerges as a Hub for Magic Mushroom Retreat

In recent years, Jamaica has gained recognition for its picturesque beaches, vibrant reggae music, and association with marijuana. However, there is a new trend emerging in the country as it establishes itself as a prominent destination for magic mushroom retreat. With the government acknowledging the potential of this flourishing trade in mushroom cultivation and upscale retreats, which charge approximately $6,000 per person, the industry is rapidly expanding.

These retreats primarily attract North American visitors who are interested in exploring the potential advantages of psilocybin, the active psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms. The retreats offer comprehensive programs that encompass preparation, two mushroom ceremonies, and integration therapy. As a result, numerous retreat providers and large-scale cultivators are setting up operations in Jamaica.

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One notable company, Rose Hill, asserts itself as the leading legal psilocybin producer globally, claiming to produce 150kg of psilocybin mushroom biomass per month for both domestic sale and export to retreats. However, the mushroom industry has faced criticism, with concerns raised about potential issues and whether it will genuinely benefit the local population.

[Source: Vice]


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