A snapshot of plant-based medicines
The psychedelic medicine market is rapidly expanding, with investors taking note. Psychedelic ventures have already announced a new $5 million fund to support psychedelic medicine start-ups. So, what does this mean for the industry as a whole and for those looking to capitalize on its growth potential? To start, it’s worth noting that the psychedelic medicine market is still in its early stages. As such, many of the investments being made are coming from venture capitalists (VCs) and
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Psychedelic medicine has been making a comeback in recent years as researchers study the potential benefits of substances like LSD, psilocybin, and MDMA. In light of this resurgence, a few start-ups have decided to focus on psychedelics as a part of their business model. But is this a smart move? On the one hand, funding psychedelic medicine start-ups could provide much-needed financial support for important research into these substances. On the other hand, there are some
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It’s no secret that mental health is a pressing issue, with one in four people experiencing a mental health disorder each year. What’s more, these disorders cost the global economy $2.5 trillion annually. Despite this, there has been a lack of investment in psychedelic medicine research and development. This could be about to change. A recent wave of investment in psychedelic medicine start-ups is taking place, with over $200 million invested in the space this year—and this
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From Silicon Valley to the streets of Manhattan, psychedelics are on the rise. Recently, several American investors have put their money into psychedelic ventures to unlock the therapeutic potential of psychedelics and capitalize on their growing popularity. To date, most research on psychedelics has focused on their negative effects—but there is mounting evidence that they could also be used to treat mental health conditions like addiction and depression. If you want to fund psychedelic medicine start-ups, The
A snapshot of plant-based medicines
What if we were to tell you that there is an emerging field of medicine that has the potential to cure anxiety, depression, addiction, and PTSD? What if this new treatment didn’t require a prescription, expensive therapy sessions, or time-consuming rehab? The answer is psychedelic medicine. Although research on psychedelic drugs is still in its early stages, it has shown immense promise. If you want to fund psychedelic medicine start-ups, get in touch with The Conscious Fund.