MARIDOO’S LLCa cannabis-focused pharmaceutical company in Maine, obtained its license from Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Ministry of Justice to Manufacture of large quantities of cannabis to supply marijuanaand hemp extracts and THC for researchers.
On a mission to provide consumers with superior quality products targeting important health and wellness conditions, Maredoz Do you The seventh company to receive such a license.
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Richard ShineMaridose, founder of Maridose, said the license was “the culmination of more than five years of working with the DEA and enabling Maridose to legally sell a variety of cannabis products through the DEA to researchers and DEA-licensed pharmaceutical companies in the United States and internationally.” “
Previous licenses granted by the Drug Enforcement Administration
The First recording of DEA لزراعة cultivation in 1968 for a farm operating as part of the University of Mississippi making it the only source of Searching for cannabis in the US for over 50 years.
At the time, the DEA noted that it had “taken an important step to increase opportunities for medical and scientific research.” After that, the DEA did not give another License to manufacture hemp in bulk until 2021.
This year , DEA licensed Irvine Laboratories In Huntington Beach, California, Now Maredoz.
Bright Green Companya Fort Lauderdale-based company with conditional DEA approval to produce cannabis, made headlines in May when it was listed on Nasdaq under NASDAQ ticker symbol: BGXX.
All researchers work with DEA-licensed wholesale manufacturers It must also be approved by the federal agency to conduct cannabis studies.
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