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The home to the largest brands in cannabis adds 12th licensed facility to portfolio


KINGSTON, Jamaica–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Organa Brands International, home to the largest brands in cannabis, announces that its partner in Jamaica has received their cultivation license. In partnership with Timeless Herbal Care (THC), Organa Brands will produce and distribute their best-selling CO₂-extracted cannabis oil products. This strategic partnership will make Organa Brands products available through the use of THC’s state-of-the-art production and cultivation facility.

On Friday, November 3rd, the Jamaican company received a “Tier One Ganja Cultivator License” from the newly created Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) at the government offices of The Ministry of Industry Commerce Agriculture and Fisheries, in New Kingston. This historic licensing agreement brings together the largest cannabis-oil-based consumer products company, Organa Brands, with Timeless Herbal Care – one of the most respected cannabis businesses in Jamaica.

This important milestone means that the company will immediately begin to operate the only certified facility in the Caribbean to grow medical marijuana, which will later be extracted for use in the Organa Brands products that consumers know and trust. “Timeless Herbal Care is extremely pleased that the license has finally been granted,” said company CEO Anthony Lawrence. “This now allows us to push ahead. We have built the best cultivating facility in Jamaica.” Timeless Herbal Care is one of the first companies to be awarded a commercial license by the Jamaican Government.

“We are extremely pleased to see this important step forward for our partners in the Caribbean. The granting of their cultivation license means we are one step closer to seeing Organa Brands products on the shelves in Jamaica,” said President of Organa Brands International, Jeremy Heidl. “We are extremely proud of our partnership with Timeless Herbal Care, and look forward to bringing cutting-edge products and technology to consumers.”

Those interested in learning more about Organa Brands and its family of products, including: O.penVAPE®, Organa Labs™, Bakked™, The Magic Buzz™, and District Edibles™, can visit

About Organa Brands

Organa Brands revolutionized the cannabis industry with the introduction of supercritical CO₂ extracted cannabis oil in 2010 and the introduction of the groundbreaking O.penVAPE device in 2012. Today, the company is home to the world’s largest consumer cannabis brands.

After developing O.penVAPE, Bakked, and Organa Labs into world-class brands with nationwide distribution, the company acquired The Magic Buzz, and entered into a joint venture to form District Edibles. Organa Brands sells one of its products every four seconds around the world, and has delivered over one billion puffs through its flagship O.penVAPE line. A brand incubator and pioneer in the cannabis space, Organa Brands utilizes its 12 production facilities in 11 states and Jamaica to manufacture its extensive catalog of products. Organa Brands sells its cannabis products in over 1,200 retail locations with ancillary hardware sold in thousands of retailers globally – making it the largest cannabis-oil-based consumer products company in the United States. Organa Brands is committed to dominating the global cannabis market through the marriage of science and technology, all for the benefit of the consumer. For more information, please visit

About Timeless Herbal Care

Timeless Herbal Care is an industry leader in the provision of health and wellness related services though the research and development of medical marijuana products. With operations in Jamaica, Israel, Canada and the United States; world-class experts and years of experience, we are uniquely equipped to supply the overwhelming international demand for medical marijuana products. For further information, consult the company’s website at:


Organa Brands International
Jackson D. Tilley, 970-518-6452
Director of Public Relations & Community Affairs
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