Truffle Talks

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Payton Nyquvest of Numinus Wellness: Truffle Talks Episode 9

In this episode, James sits down with Numinus Wellness CEO Payton Nyquvest to discuss their partnership with MAPS, psychedelic clinical infrastructure and patient care, and their new listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Find Numinus on Twitter: Or on Instagram:

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Lift & Co. Expo 2021: Truffle Talks Episode 4

James interviews Shawn Pierce of MCI Events about setting up the 2021 Lift & Co. Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Truffle Report will be there covering Lift & Co.’s first Psychedelic Business Summit. Lift & Co Expo is runs from November 18-21. Get your tickets here:…

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Truffle Talks Episode 3: Chris Dawson and Andrew Galloway of Dimensions Healing

Truffle Report Editor James Stephen sits down with the team from Dimensions Healing to talk about the challenges and opportunities of building a legal psychedelic retreat in Ontario, Canada. Dimensions is building multiple psychedelic healing centres in Ontario’s Algonquin Highlands, Costa Rica, and Jamaica. While awaiting regulatory changes in Canada, they’ll be catering to Section

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Episode 2: Robbie Bent of Othership on Plant Medicine, Breathwork, and Hot/Cold

In our second installment of Truffle Talks, James sits down with entrepreneur Robbie Bent to discuss how his journey through plant medicine and various wellness practices led to a social reimagining of mental health with his new venture, Othership. About Robbie Robbie Bent is building a global community to improve mental health in an accessible

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Truffle Talks Episode 1: Novamind & Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy for Frontline Workers

In our first installment of Truffle Talks, James sits down with Dr. Reid Robison, Chief Medical Officer of Novamind, to discuss a pilot program providing free-of-cost ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) to frontline workers affected by COVID-19 in Utah and Colorado. Joining James and Reid are KAP patients Jen Cope and Ryan Perez, who speak about their

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