Isodiol International Inc. (CSE: ISOL) (OTC:ISOLF) has signed a partnership with Kawacatoose First Nation to cultivate industrial hemp. The new partners plan to produce high yield Cannabidiol (CBD) for product distribution, as well as, hopes they hope explore the possibilities of distributing quality hemp finished products.
Under the terms of the agreement, Kawacatoose First Nation will provide 3,000 acres of farmable land and the necessary labor to grow industrial hemp.
Isodiol, one of the largest CBD companies in the world, will help with the cultivation and processing of industrial hemp CBD products through its already established distribution network.
About Isodiol International
Isodiol International Inc. is the market leader in pharmaceutical grade phytochemical compounds and the industry leader in the manufacturing and development of CBD consumer products.
Isodiol is the pioneer of many firsts for the cannabis industry including commercialization of 99%+ pure, bioactive pharmaceutical grade cannabinoids, micro-encapsulations, and nanotechnology for the highest quality consumable and topical skin care products.
Isodiol’s growth strategy includes the development of over-the-counter and pharmaceutical drugs, expanding its phytoceutical portfolio and will aggressively continue international expansion into Latin America, Asia and Europe.
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