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MCTC Holdings Inc. (MCTC) Introduces New EZ Hemp Product Line to Simplify Clean Infusion Techniques

  • Cannabis infusion technology innovator Cannabis Global dedicates its business production activity to developing clean infusion techniques for cannabinoid extracts, making it easier to manufacturer toxin-free food shelf items with cannabis’ benefits
  • The company’s Hemp You Can Feel (TM) branded products utilize infusion technology that Cannabis Global is also making available to other companies on a white label basis to ensure the quality of their products
  • Cannabis Global recently announced the rollout of its new EZ Hemp Infusions product line, which uses its 100 percent water-soluble technology to simplify the process of cannabinoid infusion with minuscule dosing
  • The EZ Hemp Infusions line is designed to benefit cannabis product manufacturers at both the large corporation and small store levels
  • The EZ Hemp technology underlies the infusion process for Cannabis Global’s own Hemp You Can Feel(TM) Coffee and its soon-to-be-released Hemp You Can Feel all-natural cocktail mixers

Not only has MCTC Holdings Inc. (OTC: MCTC), now doing business as Cannabis Global, been rolling out new products and filing patent claims on the technology that underlies them, but the cannabinoid and hemp extract science innovator continues producing infusion-ready powders that other companies can use on a white label basis to ensure that they can produce cannabis-improved products with a clean label.

The company recently announced that it has created a new product line called EZ Hemp Infusions, based on patented and patent-pending 100 percent water-soluble technology, which will enable the production of infused food and beverage industry products using ultra-low doses of hemp extracts and cannabinoids that could be effective in promoting relaxation.

The new hemp extract infusion technologies are designed to make hemp infusions simple for both small and large beverage manufacturers. Alcoholic beverage sales, in particular, have been in decline for years amid the rise of legalized cannabis and concerns about the negative effects of alcohol consumption (http://ibn.fm/U1m4U), and the effects of cannabis are similar enough to beer that the leafy green plant’s rising star in North American society has garnered attention from established breweries.

EZ Hemp Infusions technology is revolutionary because of its water solubility, which makes it possible for minuscule amounts of hemp extracts to be used to great effect. Manufacturers gain flexibility in dealing with product labeling because the cannabinoids test below detectable levels.

“The days of beverage manufacturers struggling with high dose hemp extracts and cannabinoids infusion technologies are over,” Cannabis Global CEO Arman Tabatabaei stated in the news release. “Manufacturers do not need to add dozens of milligrams of cannabinoids to beverage and struggle with all of the chemicals that are required to stabilize the infusions. … At a time when beverage and food companies seek to offer hemp extract beverages but are unsure of the regulatory framework, EZ Hemp Infusion is a new alternative.”

The company has filed patents on six different technologies related to cannabinoids, extracts and delivery systems. Its EZ Hemp infusion tech has already been put to work in the company’s new Hemp You Can Feel(TM) Coffee, which it rolled out in January (http://ibn.fm/9FaKU), and will play a part in the company’s soon-to-be-released Hemp You Can Feel™ all-natural cocktail mixers.

The cocktail drinks were the centerpiece of a product launch party hosted by Cannabis Global and its strategic partner, Marijuana Company of America (OTCQB: MCOA) on March 12 as a public unveiling of the product in Los Angeles with media agencies present.

“This drink is groundbreaking because of the nanotechnology that allows the body to absorb the ingredients quickly and provide a sense of well-being without the ugly ‘hang-over’ effect,” Marijuana Company of America CEO Jesus Quintero stated in a news release about the event (http://ibn.fm/pPKyr). “This innovative beverage could revolutionize the organic drink marketplace – you can have fun and simultaneously nourish your body.”

Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the most popular and well-known cannabis extracts, sought after because of their reputation for possibly relieving pain and anxiety. Cannabis Global has previously announced its plans to also conduct trials on exotic and lesser-known cannabinoids like cannabinol (CBN) and tetrahydrocannabivarin (THC-V) this year to investigate their reputation for controlling insomnia and appetite.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CannabisGlobalInc.com

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to MCTC are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/MCTC

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