DENVER, Aug. 1, 2016/Weed Wire/ — Medicine Man Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: MDCL), one of the country’s leading cannabis branding and consulting companies announced today that it has agreed in principle to acquire Capital G LTD, the holding company for the Funk Sac, Odorno, and Commodigy brands. The closing of this transaction is subject to due diligence and execution of definitive agreements, which is expected to occur on or before November 1, 2016. The consideration to be paid by Medicine Man Technologies includes the issuance of 1.3 million shares of their Common Stock.
Funk Sac offers a wide range of Cannabis packaging from certified exit packaging to edibles and flower packaging for the industry and continues to innovate. The Funk Sac product line of exit packaging as approved for use in the cannabis industry are ASTM listed and certified to meet child resistance and adult reclosability standards established by federal regulations. These products are made in the USA by a veteran owned company and a veteran in the industry using reliable US suppliers and has been endorsed by Snoop Dogg, a Capital G Ltd investor. Funk Sac currently conducts sales in the US as well as globally.
The Odorno product line is based upon a sophisticated odorless technology that contains the smells of everyday waste, having a wide variety of uses. OdorNo Bags are used in a wide range of applications from containing the smell of waste and diapers to containing smells from animals like bears and predators. The company was established in 2011 by a military veteran who had been working on an odorless body bag application. These products made in the United States are expected to allow us to expand future sales outside of the cannabis industry into other daily-use consumer model lines of distribution, including home health and medical based applications.
The Commodigy business is centered on the activities of a green trading company that has been recycling plastics since 2008. It focuses on green recycling solutions in the plastics industry and generally acts as an intermediary between producers and recyclers of such wastes. Commodigy offers recycled plastics for manufacturing and green solutions.
Andy Williams, Medicine Man Technologies’ CEO and Co-Founder stated, “As we search for acquisition and growth opportunities, we firmly believe that access to cannabis is increasing nationwide. That’s why we are excited by this potential partnership with Garett Fortune and Capital G Ltd. We are encouraged by the various growth opportunities in the packaging industry as a whole and are cautiously optimistic that these exciting developments will help drive revenues and facilitate the evolution of Medicine Man Technologies into a robust branding warehouse.”
Garett Fortune, Principal for Capital G Ltd stated, “We have always admired the Medicine Man brand and how they have successfully evolved in this challenging industry. We believe that our own brand of Capital G products will be enhanced through this relationship that will create new growth potential and possibilities for both companies as we grow our combined industry presence.”
Brett Roper, Company COO and Co-Founder added, “Our intention is to add new sources of income in businesses synergistic to our involvement in the cannabis industry, as well as, diversifying into other opportunities. We believe this acquisition increases the value of our company by enhancing our market presence as well as adding new revenue sources to our branding warehouse.”
About Medicine Man Technologies
Established in March 2014, the Company secured its first client/licensee in April 2014. To date, the Company has provided guidance for numerous clients that have successfully secured licenses to operate cannabis businesses within their state. The Company currently has twenty-four active clients in 13 states (California, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio, Texas, and Florida), focusing on working with licensees and clients to:
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