SpeakEasy Cannabis Club is zeroing in on its narcotics dealers licence, which will pave the way for the Rock Creek company to enter the psilocybin market.
SpeakEasy founder Marc Geen said the application process has gone smoothly with Health Canada and the facility that will house its psychedelic materials has been completed.
“I originally became infatuated with cannabis after seeing all the good it brought people consuming the product and wanted to help with the cause by building a business around it,” Geen said in a press release. “I see the same thing with psilocybin. People are seeing significant improvements in their lives with the use psychedelics for their mental health and we can be a part of it.
“I see many similarities between how the cannabis regulations developed in Canada and the United States and how the psychedelic regulations are progressing. I am excited to see the regulations advancing and expect they will continue to where we can participate in a regulated market.”
“We will continue with our high-quality at a low-cost agricultural approach to this segment of the market with the added advantage of being early participants,” Been said. “I am very happy to see the advances in regulations both here and in the United States and see it as a clear sign they are on the right track for creating a medical and non-medical marketplace for psilocybin.”
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