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Canada’s first licensed
Safer Supply company

We research & deliver formulations in a global market that is unmet & in critical medical need. Our aim is to provide solutions to the toxic drug crisis.

Licensed by Health Canada for the production and distribution of Psilocybin, MDMA, Coca, Cocaine, Diacetylmorphine, Morphine, Opium, Methamphetamine, Dexamphetamine and Psilocin.

The Solution

A three-part Approach

Saving Lives: We are rethinking a Naloxone delivery system to empower first responders, family members, or bystanders with a rapid means to revive individuals in the midst of an overdose.

Enhanced Safety in Medication Supply: Substituting hazardous street drugs with a safer, medically prescribed controlled substance supply.

Treatment: By addressing trauma and other underlying causes of substance use disorders, our approach, affectionately named ‘A Drop of Sunshine’, provides a path towards recovery using approved psychedelic medications.

Health Canada Authorized

Controlled Substances

Sales are only permitted to authorized accounts that have been verified and approved. Please read through Health Canada’s Guidelines and be familiar with the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) before visiting our registration page to apply.

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legimate Safer Supply is Part of the Solution

Our License

Our Dealer’s License was issued in May 2022. Health Canada allows us to possess, produce, assemble, sell and transport Psilocybin, Psilocin, MDMA, Coca Leaf, & Cocaine, Diacetylmorphine, Morphine, Opium, Methamphetamine and Dexamphetamine. 

Quantities have been increased to allow for the provision of Safer Supply. We are actively building global partnerships with others who are working in this sphere. Sale is allowed to licensed dealers, pharmacists, practitioners, hospital employees or the Ministry. Account required.

What people have to say:

“It is estimated that 225,000 people in B.C. remain at risk of unregulated drug injury or death [everyday].”

Michael Egilson, Chair, Death Review Panel

“The critical need [is] to ensure that those at risk of dying can access safer, regulated drugs. If we cannot implement these changes, our loved ones will continue to die.”

Chief Coroner Lisa LaPointe

“We are seeing…harms on a daily basis. There needs to be different ways of approaching this that support people [who use drugs] and we’re looking at all of them.”

Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s Provincial Health Officer

“The numbers do not tell the full story of the lives lost or the resulting impacts to the families, friends, communities and nations.”

Dr. Nel Wieman, Acting Chief Medical Officer, First Nations Health Authority

“Providing people who use drugs with…certified drugs with known levels of purity and quantity is…difficult for some to accept [however] many experts suggest that this represents a rational next step.”

Dr. Stan deVlaming, MD

The immediate priority for action must be…rolled out quickly in order to save lives now. As the primary cause of the current crisis is the unregulated toxic drug supply, our urgent attention must be on creating access to [safer supply]…for people who use drugs.”

Michael Egilson, Chair, Death Review Panel

“For every life lost, the ripple effect is immense, touching families, communities and indeed all of us. These are not simple statistics, these are lives that remind us of the human cost of this ongoing crisis.”

Jennifer Whiteside, BC's Minister of Mental Health and Addiction

“First Nations people continue to be disproportionately impacted by the ongoing toxic drug crisis.”

Dr. Nel Wieman, Acting Chief Medical Officer, First Nations Health Authority