CBDNewsBreaks – Geyser Brands Inc. (TSX.V: GYSR) Subsidiary Attains License, Enables Health Care Brands to Add CBD

Global science-led consumer health-care company Geyser Brands’ (TSX.V: GYSR) wholly owned subsidiary, Apothecary Botanicals, has received a standard processing license from Health Canada. A recent article discussing the company reads, “‘The license allows us to add value to existing consumer health care brands by providing them the platform to add CBD,’ Geyser CEO Andreas Thatcher stated in a news release (http://cnw.fm/8FyOi). ‘It also reflects our business model to focus our licensed producer on delivering scale through manufacturing and distribution for brand companies.’ . . . The new license allows Geyser to begin work to extend its cannabidiol products to the regulated Canadian consumer medical market as the company awaits its R&D and sales licenses. Physical modifications to the Apothecary Botanicals manufacturing facility to deliver GMP-compliant capacity are complete, with production of in-house formulated branded products expected to begin sometime in late summer.”

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About Geyser Brands Inc.

Geyser Brands builds health-based, hemp-CBD consumer products in the nutraceutical, cosmetics, food-and-beverage and pet sectors worldwide. R&D investment in NanoFusion, a proprietary all-natural nanotechnology, delivers topical, cream, beverages and baked goods, oil, and tincture formulations with superior bioavailability and water solubility. Geyser Brands is a Health Canada-approved licensed producer (“LP”) in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, that holds a cultivation license and is anticipating its processing and sales licenses. The company is exclusively focusing on leveraging these assets to provide the regulatory infrastructure for its global brands and distribution strategy, as well as acquiring hemp- and plant-based brands and infusing them with new CBD product lines in jurisdictions where the therapeutic ingredient is legal. The company’s proprietary NanoFusion technology surrounds oils and solves for the insolubility of CBD. Geyser Brands will utilize its 7,000-square-foot licensed facility in British Columbia for the manufacturing and international distribution of its hemp- and CBD-based products. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GeyserBrands.com.

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