A Missouri Rep. filed a bill to expand the state’s right-to-try law to include psilocybin, MDMA, DMT, ibogaine, LSD, mescaline, and peyote. This would grant patients with terminal or debilitating illnesses legal access to the substances.
Delic Holdings Corp. (DELC) announced that it plans to more than double its footprint in the next 18 months by opening 15 new ketamine clinics, which will be strategically located in secondary cities to improve patient accessibility.
“Given today’s scientific understanding of psilocybin’s high potential therapeutic value and low risk of dependence, a change of its status as a Schedule I drug is long overdue,” according to Christopher Koddermann.
That’s why he co-founded The International Therapeutic Psilocybin Rescheduling Initiative (ITPRI) – an initiative that’s pushing for psilocybin to be rescheduled on a global scale.
ITPRI aims to reschedule psilocybin through the United Nations’ Convention on Psychotropic Substances, which was enacted over 50 years ago 😮 This would significantly reduce the regulatory barriers that impede psilocybin research and access to treatment.
So yes, rescheduling is long overdue, but better late than never!