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MediJane Holdings Signs Distribution Agreement With GoKush
|By Marketwired .
|May 14, 2014 08:05 AM EDT
LONGMONT, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/14/14 -- MediJane Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: MJMD) ("MediJane" or "MJMD" or the "Company") Further to the Company's recently announced California expansion plan, MediJane Holdings is pleased to announce that it has completed a distribution agreement with GoKush.com
GoKush (www.gokush.com) is part of a not-for-profit California Cooperative Corporation that is dedicated to providing safe and legal access to medical marijuana for patients throughout California. A medical marijuana fulfillment and delivery service, GoKush.com provides private, professional, knowledgeable, and compassionate access medical marijuana to its customers. GoKush is a members only collective comprised solely of members who are valid, legal medical marijuana patients.
The GoKush.com delivery platform allows registered medical marijuana patients to receive their cannabis-based care and products within the safety and convenience of their own home.
Importantly for patients in California seeking to use MediJane's high quality medically oriented products, including CannaMist, the Daytime plus CBD capsules and future products, home delivery provides a secure and discrete way to fulfill their recommendation and ensure consistency of delivery and accessibility.
"As MediJane Holdings continues implementing its California growth strategy, scalable infrastructure and effective implementation is vital. We believe GoKush.com is a highly reliable fulfillment platform for retail medical dispensaries to ensure consistency, availability, and legal access to the Company's products. Through GoKush.com we can provide both customer direct and dispensary fulfillment services," stated Ron Lusk, CEO of Medi-Jane.
"Our alignment with GoKush.com allows us to expand our commitment to serving our shareholders, stakeholders, partners, and clients in the emerging market of legalized medical cannabis," added Spike Humer, MediJane Chairman.
In addition, the GoKush.com platform will enhance logistical support to legal medical marijuana dispensaries in placing their refill orders of MediJane products. "We believe it's vital to the growth of our mission to provide the highest quality, consistency of availability, and convenient access to our products," concluded Humer.
GoKush.com has same day and overnight delivery option within California. Visit www.gokush.com to register, if you have a medical cannabis license (verification required).
About MediJane Holdings Inc. (MJMD)
MediJane Holdings Inc. (MJMD) is in the business of marketing and distributing products within the medical marijuana industry, including transdermal patches, capsules, sublingual sprays, and other medical delivery systems as part of its strategic alliances with Phoenix Bio Pharmaceuticals (www.phoenixbiopharmaceuticals.com). With sales offices opening in California and Colorado, and a planned expansion into a national footprint, MediJane products are designed to give doctors the ability to provide patients accurate and effective doses of cannabinoids to manage and treat pain and other specific illnesses. MediJane's lead products, the innovative non-drowsy "Daytime Pain plus CBD" oral capsule and the Canna-Mist cannabinoid spray, have been formulated for the treatment of inflammation and chronic, neuropathic, arthritic, and back pain. These smokeless alternatives provide accurate dosages and are part of MediJane's initial launch into the chronic pain management market, which is estimated at over $45 billion annually in North America. Any and all medically oriented statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
For more information, visit www.medijane.co
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