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Psychedelic Water Launches Nationwide On Path To Legalization

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Psychedelic Water works because it is the world’s first legal psychedelic blend of kava root, damiana leaf, and green tea leaf extract for an experience like no other. The innovators behind this global psychedelic experience sold out their first production run and are rapidly expanding into retail stores nationwide.  

Psychedelic Water, which just launched in February, has already done $1 million in sales over the last few months. In addition to being available at, you can now find it on Amazon and later this Fall in stores around the country. They are projecting more than $5 million in sales for the year, a number likely to rise as more channels are brought on.   

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Founder Keith Stein, Director of Marketing Ben Rogul, and CEO Pankaj Gogia are behind the booming “Summer of Psychedelics” that is a new herbal supplement unlike anything else with its unique mood-boosting experience. These independent thinkers and creative pioneers launched Psychedelic Water to offer a psychoactive, lightly carbonated fruit-forward blend that is a calming mood-enhancer that makes you feel good without messing you up, slowing you down, or leaving you hungover. It’s better than seltzer – with healthy benefits.   

The company innovators will share their fascinating journey disrupting the marketplace by creating a new category all their own.

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