Today’s episode for you focuses on why C-O FOUNDER and CEO JR Rahn founded Mindmed and on Reconstructing how we treat mental health in America.
MindMed, (MMED) on the Canadian NEO Stock exchange and (MMEDF) on the American Over the counter market has been experiencing a pull back lately. Remember what I said before: MindMed should be looked as a long term investment and is not for investors with weak stomachs!
During his recent appearance on Context 360 with Kevin O’Leary, MindMed’s Co-Ceo Jr Rahn made a sober prediction that the mental health crisis will only get worse.
-automation, sped up by the Rona virus, will depend our crisis of identity, and cause millions more to suffer. If we do nothing now, soon we could be living in a very dark world
-to reiterate a couple alarming stats; 40% have has a mental health incident or have addiction and 11% have considered committing suicide. This is terrifying, and only going to get worse. MindMed was founded with the vision to find a solution or rather multiple solutions to these mental problems. If successful, the company stands to take the biotech industry by storm and we, as psychedelic investors, will reap the returns.
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