Optimi Health CEO William Ciprick said, “There's nobody in North America that's going to be able to grow at our scale and have the repeatability of the quality that we can do.”
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Optimi Health (CSE:OPTI,OTCQX:OPTHF,FWB:8BN) is diversifying its revenue base, and CEO William Ciprick believes it's time for investors to look at the psychedelics space with the company’s very robust functional mushroom lineup that is on the market today.
“We're looking at that twofold," he said. "One is to establish credibility with our name and our brand. And when you build trust in individuals, then it becomes more natural. There's actually a lot of interest from assisted therapy clinics. People do better if they're actually on a functional mushroom regimen ahead of their assisted therapy, and then post their integration and afterward continue on that regimen. That's a piece that we think we're uniquely positioned to provide.“
Optimi was granted an amendment by Health Canada to its Controlled Substances Dealer's License to synthesize, process and distribute pharmaceutical-grade 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), among other substances, at its Princeton, BC, facility.
“We've put up a 10,000 square foot medical-grade facility in Princeton and built it to an EU good manufacturing practice (GMP) standard. We've looked at everything from how you scrub the walls to how you handle the product from the time you cultivate it to the drying room, to the pharmacy, to the grinder, to the encapsulation, to blistering bottles and whatever that step is going to be. All of those have to be considered in order to maintain that standard,” Ciprick said.
The company completed a planned expansion of the on-site analytical laboratory inside one of its EU-GMP capable 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art indoor growing facilities. The newly enlarged analytical laboratory will operate as a division of Optimi Labs, a wholly owned subsidiary of Optimi Health, and is designed for research into the company's proprietary formulations and extraction methods. The expanded lab will also be utilized by clients and partners and approved companies to conduct investigations into molecular discovery with restricted psychedelic compounds.
“We're scaling up the operation, and literally getting into our second, third and fourth batches," Ciprick said. "There's nobody in North America that's going to be able to grow at that scale and have the repeatability of the quality that we can do.”
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