Investor Year End Update

With the end of another year at hand, the Doseology family is reflecting on recent achievements and sharing our ambitious plans for 2022.

First of all, we are deeply grateful for your support. This year especially, everyone has been touched in some way by personal wellness or mental health challenges. Change and innovation are now happening rapidly, and you are vital to our mission of alleviating those burdens and helping people lead happier, healthier lives.

And so with gratitude and humility, here are a few things we’ve accomplished together with you in 2021, and our growth plans for a very promising 2022.

Recent highlights:

  • 4,500 sq. ft. facility purpose-built for psychedelic mushroom cultivation under construction
  • Expansion opportunity: 23 acres, 900,000 sq. ft. (+-) permitted & zoned for agricultural use
  • Agreement with large cGMP manufacturer to provide co-packaging and manufacturing services
  • Seven (7) medicinal mushroom products launched for sale in the US market
  • Six (6) medicinal mushroom products with Natural Health Product licenses and Natural Product Numbers (NPN) approved for authorized sale in Canada
  • Launch of a fully-branded international e-commerce store
  • Groundwork laid for multi-revenue generating assets: e-commerce, clinic, and farm operation
  • International sales and growth opportunities through established B2B relationships
  • Submitted Health Canada Dealers License Application for large scale psilocybin mushroom cultivation, as well as the possession, processing, sale, sending, transportation, and delivery of psychedelic compounds, including psilocybin and psilocin
  • Addition of Dr. Wellman-Labadie as Advisor and Qualified Person in Charge (QPIC) to advance development of psilocybin research and mushroom production
  • The genetic analysis, DNA sequencing, marker assisted selection, predictive modeling, and whole genome sequencing has been initiated to support new mushroom strains development and cultivation of medicinal mushrooms through Dose Labs R&D Department
  • Preparations for cultivation-to-consumer, planned vertically integrated operation
  • Experienced management in cultivation, finance, nutraceutical distribution, wholesale, and retail
  • On November 16, 2021, our common shares were listed for trading on the CSE (CSE: MOOD)

Why is our team so excited about the upcoming year? Even beyond the potential of psychedelic mushrooms as innovative mental health therapies is the public “awakening” to the power of medicinal mushrooms. News is spreading that adaptogenic mushroom blends like ours can elevate our minds, improve our moods, and unlock our cognitive potential.

Here are some exciting targets we’re aiming for in 2022:

  • Application for a listing on the OTCQB Exchange is underway for the first quarter of 2022
  • Launching our nootropics line in Canada, expanding into new retail and e-retailer channels
  • Completing the construction on our Dose Labs facility and activating our Dealer’s License
  • Partnering with research groups and world class experts to further expand our R&D scope
  • Building our first flagship clinic
  • Launching our “Oregon First” cultivation and clinic model

Our team accomplished so many things in 2021, and we’re looking forward to doing much more in 2022! We are grateful to all of our employees, shareholders, and customers for a wonderful year, and for helping position us for even greater success ahead.

Every day our team works to build measurable value for our shareholders, with an eye to market trends, emerging opportunities, and corporate strategy. We do it because long-term share value is a reflection that we are creating positive impact and fulfilling our corporate vision. We will continue updating you on operations and finances throughout the year, and we always appreciate your direct feedback, questions, and ideas.

In the spirit of community, and with warm wishes for the New Year.

On behalf of the Board of Doseology Sciences Inc.
Gordon Jang, Director


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