Sugarmade, Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) and Plantation Corp., today unveil the prototype design for BudLife, a unique patent protected device for the long-term storage of cannabis. The companies expect to begin taking orders for BudLife during the fourth quarter in order to prepare for the opening of the California recreational cannabis market on January 1, 2018. Sugarmade has produced a new video demonstrating BudLife, which can be viewed at http://www.sugarmade.com.
“We think BudLife is a game changer for the cannabis industry. The industry has been lacking an effective storage device that will preserve THC levels, prohibit terpene degradation and safeguard the other important properties of cannabis. As the exclusive distributor for BudLife for the single largest cannabis market in the world – California, Oregon, and Washington – we are particularly proud of this product and look forward to helping the industry preserve its flowers during 2018 and beyond,” commented Jimmy Chan, CEO of Sugarmade.
The quality of cannabis has risen dramatically over the past few years and it’s clear that premium product keeps consumers happy and allows growers and distributors to command premium prices. But, the quality of cannabis degrades quickly, which places the significant investments made in high quality product production and distribution at risk. BudLife products are designed to significantly reduce this risk and to allow growers and distributors to store and control the release of their higher quality products at optimal times in order to maximize profits, thus helping users of BudLife to shape the cannabis supply and demand curve. It’s also perfect for the end consumer who just wants to preserve cannabis flowers for later consumption.
Mr. Chan continued, “We continue to expand our product lines. Last week we rolled out our Holiday sales initiative for our Sriracha Stix product line and we signed an LOI to begin marketing the entire Seasoning Stix line. Thus far, Sriracha Stix sales are easily exceeding our expectations and as a result, we are scrambling to build inventory to keep up with the growing demand. The addition to the patented BudLife product line in time for the start of recreational cannabis sales in California will be a welcome addition to our growing product portfolio.”
About Sugarmade, Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD)
Sugarmade, Inc. is a product and brand marketing company investing in products and brands with disruptive potential. Sugarmade’s brands include BudLife, CaliGrownSupplies.com, CarryOutSupplies.com, FreeHand ThumbTray, and Sriracha Seasoning Stix, a revolutionary culinary seasoning product. For more information on the Company’s products, please visit http://www.Sugarmade.com
About Plantation Corp.
Plantation Corp., a Wyoming Company, is a technology-driven organization with the goal to establish a unique paradigm in preservation efficiency and longevity that sets a new gold standard for the intelligent packaging industry. While still a privately-held corporation, Plantation is currently accepting investments only from accredited investors. Additional information can be seen at the new website at http://www.BudLife.net.
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