Mydecine (OTC: MYCOF, NEO: MYCO) is an aspiring psychedelics medicine company that aims to use psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, to treat smoking addiction and PTSD. First, they are using pure psilocybin called MYCO-001, but eventually, Mydecine wants to use a proprietary, shorter-lasting compound called MYCO-004.

While Mydecine probably isn’t considered as being in the top tier of psychedelic researchers (yet at least), they recently have teamed up with Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Matthew Johnson, an institution and individual widely considered to be leaders in the field. With this partnership, Mydecine may become a leader among the “shroom stocks”.

Specifically, Mydecine and Johns Hopkins are joining forces to run phase 2 and 3 clinical trials treating smoking addiction with psilocybin, though they may expand their partnership in the future.

Is Mydecine (MYCO:NEO) (MYCOF: OTC ) one of the best penny stocks of 2021? Can magic mushrooms treat smoking addiction? Watch the episode to find out!

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