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A Canterbury church offering a hallucinogenic tea has gained a following. But the pastor says his time in town is running out

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Ayahuasca has been used by indigenous tribes in the Amazon for hundreds of years to purportedly heal physical and mental distress. In 2006, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision that the government could not stop a New Mexico church from using the substance as a sacrament. The active ingredient, dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, remains a controlled substance under federal law, and thus illegal to consume.
Published 5 months ago · Canterbury, United States

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A Canterbury church offering a hallucinogenic tea has gained a following. But the pastor says his time in town is running out

Facilities offering the psychedelic ayahuasca, still technically illegal, have popped up across the country, including in New Hampshire.

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