CannabisNewsBreaks – Champignon Brands Inc. (CSE: SHRM) (OTCQB: SHRMF) (FWB: 496) Names New CEO

Champignon Brands (CSE: SHRM) (OTCQB: SHRMF) (FWB: 496), a human-optimization sciences company with an emphasis on ketamine and psychedelic medicine, recently named Dr. Roger McIntyre as chief executive officer. An article discussing the company reads, “In his new role, Dr. Roger McIntyre brings impressive experience in the ketamine and psychedelic medicine space, a key focus area for Champignon. . . . ‘My overarching aim as chief executive officer is to establish Champignon as the apotheosis of integrated ketamine treatment delivery and the commercialization of our own IP psychedelic-based treatments,’ McIntyre stated in a news release. ‘The clinical infrastructure, complementary asset base and human capital that Champignon has acquired leaves me very confident we will provide life-changing treatments for persons with depression, all the while contemporaneously rewarding our investor base.’”

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About Champignon Brands Inc.

Champignon Brands is focused on the formulation and manufacturing of novel ketamine, anesthetics and adaptogenic delivery platforms for the nutraceutical and psychedelic medicine while being supported by a leading psychedelics medicines clinic platform. The company is pursuing the development and commercialization of rapid-onset treatments capable of improving health outcomes, such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”), as well as substance and alcohol use disorders. Under a collaborative research agreement with the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, the company is conducting preclinical studies and eventual human clinical trials, with the objective of demonstrating safety and efficacy of the combination of psilocybin and cannabidiol in treating mTBI with PTSD or standalone PTSD. Champignon continues to be inspired by sustainability, as its medicinal mushroom-infused SKUs are organic, non-GMO and vegan certified. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ChampignonBrands.com.

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