Ashley Troxell

Recent Media Highlights

Ashley Troxell Champions Free Speech: From Workshops to the Colorado Capitol 

Ashley hosted several successful citizen advocacy workshops for local voters, including the psychedelic community, and marched with dozens of First Amendment advocates to the Colorado Capitol, to voice concerns about SB24-158. Despite 37 opponents registering to testify, none were allowed to speak. Troxell's letter to Colorado House Speaker McCluskie, published in the Rocky Mountain Voice, detailed this exclusion and questioned the integrity of the legislative process. Grassroots efforts culminated in the bill being laid over and essentially killed, marking a victory for free speech. 

Troxell: Orwell’s dystopian vision comes to life in Senate Bill 84

In her op-ed, Troxell draws parallels between George Orwell's 1984 and Colorado's proposed Senate Bill 24-084. She argues that the bill represents a dangerous encroachment on free speech by establishing a state-sanctioned curriculum to combat misinformation. Troxell criticizes the bill as an Orwellian attempt to control public discourse and likens it to the Ministry of Truth from Orwell's novel. She questions the government's authority to define "honest" and "productive" dialogue and warns against the potential for thought control. 

Ashley Troxell Spreads Facts and Awareness About Natural Medicine on The Ingraham Angle

Ashley Troxell and Luke Niforatos, Executive Vice President at Smart Approaches to Marijuana, discuss how psychedelic mushrooms could provide benefit as a natural medicine to many mental and physical ailments. Ashley highlighted her personal story of transformation and evidence that psilocybin mushrooms are “safer than alcohol, tobacco, and cannabis.” She asserted that Americans should have the opportunity and freedom to heal using natural medicine.

Navigating Psychedelic Policy: Ashley Troxell Discusses Corporate Influence and Empowers Community Healing

In her appearance on The Devil's Advocate, airing on Colorado PBS, psychedelic educator Ashley Troxell provided insightful commentary on the influence of corporate interests on Colorado's psychedelic legislation. Troxell raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest and undue influence from pharmaceutical companies on the state's newly enacted psilocybin laws. She highlighted valuable free community healing resources, such as the Psychedelic Club of Denver, The HeartQuarters, and the Denver Mushroom Cooperative. Troxell also discussed successful grassroots efforts like the "There is So Mushroom for All of Us" event promoting equitable access to natural medicine. 

Psychedelic Educator, Ashley Troxell discusses the influence of corporate funding on Colorado's psychedelic policy and explains why community support services are better for Coloradans than big pharma. 

Psychedelic Educator Ashley Troxell Brings Microdosing To The Mainstream

On the Dr. Phil episode "Moms on Mushrooms," Ashley shared her journey and vision for reclaiming health through natural medicines. She artfully navigated the controversial subject, showcasing strong communication skills as she addressed ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding psychedelics. Despite intense scrutiny, Ashley remained poised and authentic, overcoming challenges to illuminate the transformative potential of microdosing. Her TV appearance raised personal brand awareness, drew new audiences to her platforms, and positioned Ashley as a leading voice for natural medicine advocacy.

Dr. Phil discusses a growing controversial trend among moms: microdosing psychedelics to achieve relaxation. Ashley, a former teacher who is now a psychedelic coach, supports microdosing and what she say are its healing effects. 

Ashley Troxell Delivers Inspiring Remarks at Denver Public School Board Debate

Community leader Ashley Troxell delivered inspiring remarks at the Denver Public School Board Debate, hosted by Regis University. Troxell, who volunteers with the Highland United Neighbors Inc. and served on the planning committee to help organize the event, rallied attendees with her inspiring get out the vote message: "Our communities are stronger than any political party or special interest group, and they need your voice, so get involved and don't forget to vote!" The event highlighted her versatility as a voice for the people across vital issues.

Ashley delivers inspiring remarks at the Denver Public School Board Debate at Regis University for the audience and local press.

Pioneering Psychedelic Guide's Work Threatened by New Colorado Law

Ashley Ryan Troxell "is at the forefront of Colorado's potential new psychedelic industry." The former teacher has guided dozens through psychedelic experiences, incorporating practices similar to the regulated access model expected to arrive in 2025. However, Ashley's work as an unlicensed guide is now threatened by a new state law restricting advertising for community-based natural medicine services. While lawmakers aim to clear a path for the regulated model approved by voters, Ashley fears new regulations could jeopardize the personalized healing she pioneered in Denver's renovated psychedelic landscape.