17 Canadian Healthcare Professionals Approved by Ottawa to Use Psilocybin for Training Purposes

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op

NewsLegislationLegalization 17 Canadian healthcare professionals approved by Ottawa to use psilocybin for training purposes “Health Canada’s decision represents another huge milestone in Canadian medical history.” Author of the article: Sam Riches Dr. Bruce Tobin, left, founder of TheraPsil, and Thomas Hartle, one of the first Canadians to legally consume psilocybin for medical purposes. / PHOTO BY THERAPSIL INSTAGRAM Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted 17 healthcare professionals associated with TheraPsil, a B.C.-based non-profit, exemptions to theControlled Drugs and Substances Act(CDSA) so that they can possess and consume psilocybin for training purposes.

Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted 17 healthcare professionals associated with TheraPsil, a B.C.-based non-profit, exemptions to theControlled Drugs and Substances Act(CDSA) so that they can possess and consume psilocybin for training purposes.

The organization had been waiting for more than 160 days for a response to the applications.

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