NetworkNewsBreaks – Geyser Brands Inc. (TSX.V: GYSR) Subsidiary Secures Coveted Standard Processing License

Geyser Brands’ (TSX.V: GYSR) wholly owned subsidiary, Apothecary Botanicals, recently achieved a major milestone when it received its standard processing license, enabling Geyser to advance its brands (http://nnw.fm/Jj87Q). An article discussing the company reads, “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 sales license. The company’s nano-emulsion technology carries oil and hemp terpene-infused benefits quickly and efficiently into the bloodstream for rapid relief of pain while boosting the body’s general abilities with all-natural ingredients. . . . In keeping with its mission to develop CBD products for the wellness market, Geyser is working to complete its due diligence following an LOI to acquire Solace Management Group Inc.’s brands and assets, which include hemp-based product line Apothecary Naturals, hemp-based tattoo after-care products Apothecary Ink, hemp-oil pet treats under the Apawthecary Pets brand and WildTail Pets freeze-dried food products for dogs and cats.”

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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 owns a Health Canada licensed producer (“LP”) in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, that holds cultivation and processing licenses and is anticipating its R&D and sales licenses. The company is exclusively focusing on leveraging these assets to provide the regulatory infrastructure for its global brands and distribution strategy, 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 both of its GM-licensed facilities 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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