Stressed Working Women Turning to Magic Mushrooms


VANCOUVER, CA - Psilocybin, a compound commonly found in magic mushrooms, is emerging as a game-changer for some people. 

According to The Wall Street Journal, the compound is gaining recognition as the "working woman's new life hack." 

At the forefront of this movement is "The Journeymen Collective," an alternative wellness company founded by Rob Grover and Gary Logan, specializing in luxury-guided magic mushroom retreats nestled in the mountains outside Vancouver.

According to the business, The Journeymen Collective saw a significant surge in female professionals seeking their services. Between 65-75% of their bookings last year were women.

“In 2023, we saw an amazing 183% more guests come to The Journeymen Collective,” the company stated. “Almost 75% were women. It shows that an increasing amount of people are looking for a responsible place to try psilocybin and women appear to be ahead of men in understanding it can positively impact their life, love, and careers.”

Rob and Gary believe that when magic mushrooms are facilitated in a professional manner, it can improve mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. They can give incredible insight on:

  • The ways working women are benefiting from this psychedelic new life hack 
  • Why these psilocybin retreats are growing in popularity at an astounding rate
  • How crucial guided use is for magic mushrooms to achieve the best results
  • What guests have said about the experience and the ways it changes their lives
  • Psilocybin helps amplify relationships in our personal and professional lives
  • Importance of the inner work involved in preparing before and after the journey

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