Psychedelic company engaging in production and selling premium brand magic truffles via existing smart shops operators and advanced e-commerce platform Red Light Holland Corp. (CSE: TRIP) (OTCMKTS: TRUFF) announced having received a report from its first stability test conducted on its psilocybin truffles sold in the Netherlands.
The report is focused on increasing the shelf life and the long term quality of the psilocybin truffles. According to the report, the company’s iMicrodose packs containing tampanensis truffles have a psilocybin equivalent content to be 1.23 mg/gram one week after opening the truffles.
This baseline measurement will indeed help in future studies focusing on psilocybin content over longer periods of time which will be crucial in any possible clinical use of naturally occurring psilocybin. The testing of the psilocybin truffles was conducted by CCrest Laboratories in Montreal, Canada.
Additionally, the report emphasized on the importance of keeping fresh psilocybin truffles refrigerated after they have been opened, Red Light Holland has indicated this on all the iMicrodose packs it has sold.
“Step by step we continue to move towards a standardized consistent dose of naturally occurring psilocybin truffles that can potentially benefit all legal markets. As far as we know our truffles are the first to go through such rigorous testing which shows our commitment to increasing scientific knowledge of these natural products and having the best products on the market. The legal market in the Netherlands and the market opening in Oregon next year are focused on naturally occurring Psilocybin which our market research shows many people prefer over synthetics so it’s exciting that Red Light Holland with the help of Shaman Pharma is working towards giving people what they want. We hope other governments around the world will follow to legalize the responsible use of a substance that has been used by many civilizations for thousands of years,” said the company’s CEO, Todd Shapiro.