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BEND — Drop Thesis will become Bend’s third licensed psilocybin center and will focus on wellness and consciousness expansion.

Each patient’s session will take 12 to 15 hours with a licensed facilitator in a structured environment designed to create a safe psychedelic experience, said Drop Thesis co-founder Ryan Reid. The facility, at 505 NW Franklin Ave., is one of three in Bend, and will open sometime in February, but there is already a wait list.

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Drop Thesis

Drop Thesis, a psilocybin service center, plans to open for appointments in the next few months, and eventually operate as a psilocybin manufacturing center as well. Here, colored lights are seen inside one of the rooms planned for psilocybin therapy on Thursday in Bend. 






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From left, Drop Thesis partners Ryan Reid, Gary Bracelin, and Serena Dietrich stand inside their psilocybin therapy center’s waiting room on Thursday in Bend. Drop Thesis plans to open for appointments sometime in February, and eventually operate as a psilocybin manufacturing center as well. 




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