On June 20, 2018, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that October 17, 2018, will be the date that cannabis will be legalized in Canada. Unlike the majority of existing Licenced Producers, the company will focus on natural grow methods and aims to become organic certified. Marapharm has taken immediate action to amend two items on its late-stage Health Canada’s Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (“ACMPR”) application. The Company is currently amending the location for its license application to a 40-acre site supplied by Full Spectrum Medicinal. The property is located an hour outside of Salmon Arm B.C.

Full Spectrum Medicinal is a privately-owned company founded in British Columbia. The Company’s intent is to acquire all of the assets of Full Spectrum Medicinal. The goal is to set a new standard for quality, cost of production and profit. The facilities will use a cutting-edge supplemental power generator which converts plant waste into power. This will be achieved using a Vapor Thermal Carbonization System (VTCS). Through combination with our organic food delivery system and energy efficient lights, we will meet and exceed the curriculum of organic consumption. Our goal is to set the standard for premium quality cannabis using an organic method of growing, optimizing a re-engineered system, reducing labor requirements and increasing production.

FSM has developed advanced, stand-alone, proprietary technology utilizing photomorphogenesis. Photomorphogenesis is the process by which a plants growth and development is controlled by light manipulation. The technology allows for complete control of spectral emissions which communicate with the DNA of plants using specific algorithms, in combination with spectral frequency algorithms, triggering antagonistic and degenerative responses to pathogens, mold and mites.

The business plan is to rapidly expand with the development of standardized engineered bio-secure facilities. These are optimum-sized, state-of-the-art and scalable buildings. The efficient design reduces energy and subsequently the cost of cultivation. This allows for indoor grown quality cannabis at nearly the cost of sun-grown.