|By PR Newswire||
|March 24, 2014 07:15 AM EDT||
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT), a diversified company operating in the legal cannabis industry which develops, markets and deploys products and services of legal cannabis, together with Organic Growth International, LLC ("OGI"), its joint venture with CANX USA, LLC, extended the date for completion of due diligence and closing the transaction with RXNB Inc. ("RXNB") to April 4, 2014. Under the agreement, GrowLife will sell and distribute RXNB proprietary technologies globally, and share profits related to technology licensing, subject to the approval of the GrowLife Board of Directors. GrowLife currently has a 45% ownership interest in OGI, with conditions under which it can gain majority interest.
RXNB is an investment company with holdings in drug formulation, manufacturing, and distribution. The company represents a recent roll-up of several independent companies in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical market. RXNB has numerous pending patents in the field of THC research and development.
According to RXNB executive Dr. Sam Alaweih, "We are very pleased to have reached a mutually agreeable go-forward plan with GrowLife and OGI management. RXNB has agreed to withdraw its contemplated litigation, without prejudice."
"I am pleased to join Sam Alaweih and Bill Chaaban in our renewed dedication to completing the exciting partnership with RXNB," commented GrowLife CEO and OGI member Sterling Scott. "We have agreed to complete the deal by April 4, 2014, and are confident in both parties' ability to achieve consensus by that time. Given the complexities of this transaction, and the number of different parties involved, additional time was necessary."
A full 8-K detailing the Agreement was released January 30, 2014.
From time to time, GrowLife will provide market updates and news via its websites GrowLifeInc.com, Cannabis.org or the Company's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/tellthetruthfederalgovernment
About GrowLife, Inc.
GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) (www.growlifeinc.com) develops, markets and deploys products and services addressing the needs of legal cannabis growing and retail operations, including hydroponic growing equipment and retail support software. The Company provides these solutions in our nationwide retail network, as well as online sites Greners.com, Phototron.com and StealthGrow.com. The Company also operates the political and social forum, Cannabis.org.
About RXNB, Inc.
RXNB possesses proprietary, cutting-edge systems in the field of agriculture, applicable to medical marijuana. In particular, these technologies focus on Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) manufacturing and growing process of medicinal marijuana. cGMP refers to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations enforced by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). cGMPs provide for systems that assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities, which assures the identity, strength, quality, and purity of drug products. RXNB technologies will accelerate plant growth, allow perpetual grow cycles of about 35 days and protect plants from adulterants, which will yield greater harvests. RXNB has a pharmacy division, which dispenses prescription drugs direct to approximately 50,000 patients per month in the US. RXNB owns a distribution network, which supplies approximately 2,700 clinicians with tailored functional medicine across the US. It operates its own call center and owns software technologies in the field of tailored specialty drugs and batch record keeping in compliance with USP 797.
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