Numinus Wellness (TSXV: NUMI) released its near term 2020 objectives this morning related to its operational development. Described as addressing its “universal desire to heal,” the company identified several different objectives that it wishes to meet in the near term, chief among which is upgrading its lab and processing facilities.

Little new information was contained within the release that wasn’t included in the firms listing statement. Numinus identified that it is looking to upgrade its lab and processing facilities, which as we addressed previously, the company had already earmarked a total of $1.7 million from its go-public transaction for this purpose.

The company also identified that it is seeking additional licenses related to psychedelic substances and cannabis products, which again, the company had already marked $250,000 for. What is new however, is it appears the company has moved up its plans for a second clinic, as well as psychedelic therapy protocol development.

Slightly more details were provided on where the efforts are to be allocated by the company specifically, which includes:

  • Obtaining GMP certification for its lab and processing facilities
  • Obtain an amendment for its Health Canada dealers license to include import/export, packaging, and R&D, as outlined in the listing statement.
  • Build out a purpose built facility for psychedelic therapies, which will not be completed until several layers of approval are received by regulators and governing bodies – in other words, likely not a “near term” development.
  • Potential acquisitions of wellness therapies in North America.
  • Establish partnerships for psychedelic therapies.
  • Pursue US and European listings of its equity along with engaging additional investor relations groups.

Of the above, the only new development, as per the listing statement, appears to be that Numinus is pulling ahead its plans for psychedelic therapy protocol development as well as an additional clinic, with all other objectives already seeing funds earmarked for them, as per the firms listing statement.

Numinus Wellness last traded at $0.86 on the TSX Venture.


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