Algonquin getaway retreat offers a magic mushroom trip

Algonquin getaway retreat offers a magic mushroom trip

Algonquin getaway retreat

The healing retreat is the first being established by Dimensions, a Canadian company that offers what it describes as “safe and legal psychedelic-assisted experiences for personal growth, well-being, and creative exploration.”

Under construction at the moment on the shores of Maple Lake, Dimensions Algonquin Highlands will offer visitors mind-altering experiences with a twist on luxury. The getaway offers 17 private cabin suites, a dining lodge and spa facilities.

Other amenities will include an orchard, apiary, and organic garden, which will help supplement other local ingredients for the retreat’s menus.

The Algonquin getaway retreat will be a safe space for people to partake in shrooms, weed, and even the psychoactive compounds found in cacao.

According to Health Canada, “activities with magic mushrooms, psilocybin and psilocin —  such as sale, possession, and production — are illegal unless authorized,” adding “health care practitioners may only apply to access restricted drugs, such as psilocybin, on behalf of patients with serious or life-threatening conditions.”

However, cannabis and cacao are permitted in Ontario, and guests that have received approval by Health Canada’s Schedule 56 exemptions and Special Access Programs can experience the trip of psilocybin. There are still many rules that must be followed to participate in this sanctuary.

Other programs in the retreat include a blend of eastern and western treatments, such as yoga, Qigong, acupuncture, Reiki, cranial-sacral therapy, sound therapy, and deep-tissue massage. As well as a range of outdoor activities like paddle-boarding, hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Other programs in the retreat include a blend of eastern and western treatments, such as yoga, Qigong, acupuncture, Reiki, cranial-sacral therapy, sound therapy, and deep-tissue massage. As well as a range of outdoor activities like paddle-boarding, hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

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