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The Buzz Surrounding: CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. (CSE: CNFA)

CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. offers products that improve human well-being

According to the Company – Experts from diferent countries are sure that hemp oil is one of the best superfoods that should be in the diet of people leading a healthy lifestyle.

This product can be recommended for both adults and children from an early age. It is suitable for people who are supporters of vegetarianism, and women should pay special attention, since the product can be used to enhance lactation during breastfeeding, as a therapeutic and prophylactic against osteoporosis, which many women experience after menopause. During pregnancy, hemp seed oil is recommended as an aid in the fight against edema.

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CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. 

Investor Recap

Vertical Integrated
Hemp Business

Vertical integrated business:

  • Cultivation
  • Processing
  • 3 Sales and distribution
  • Flexibility and quality control on each stage
  • Accumulates margins of the supply chain

YOOFORIC™ — Hemp Infused Oil

The Brand

YOOFORIC™ — flagship Product.
Hemp Oil Infused Chewing Gum

  • Patent pending technology maximizes cannabinoids absorption.
  • Potency per serving: 50 mg hemp oil hemp, 10 mg phytocannabinoids.
  • Full spectrum hemp oil.
  • No THC. Certified organic.
  • FDA registered facility.
    GMP certified manufacturing.
  • Legal in 50 states.

Full spectrum 100% pure hemp oil

  • All the cannabinoids found in the hemp plant
  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids at a perfect 3:1 ratio 
  • Vitamins and nutrients
  • Certified organic
  • Legal in 50 states

YOOFORIC™ — Hemp Infused Oil

YOOFORIC Hemp Oil Infused Cream:

  • Hemp Oil Rich in Phytocannabinoids.
  • Premium Ingredients specifically designed to Target Inflammation, Chronic Joint and Muscle Soreness.
  • Relaxing Aromatic Botanical Fresh Mint Scent.
  • Manufactured in FDA. Registered, Audited and GMO Certified Facility..

The Products Help Improve People’s Health

Recent Developments

Press Releases:

March 19, 2020 - CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. Announces Lease of 100 Acre Farm

CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. (CSE: CNFA)    (formerly KYC Technology Inc.) (the “Corporation” or “CanaFarma Hemp”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a lease for 100 acres of farmland in Cato, New York, almost doubling the size of the farm the Company had in 2019.

In 2019, CanaFarma Hemp worked a 55 acre farm in New York State and delivered 128,000 lbs. of Hemp Biomass, achieving a yield of over 2,300 lbs. per acre which is 50% better than the average farm yield, which the management of the Company believe to be in the range of 1,500 lbs. per acre. Furthermore, the CBD potency of the Biomass was over 14%, compared to the average potency which is believed to be approximately 10%.

David Lonsdale, CEO of CanaFarma commented: “We are obviously very pleased with the harvest we achieved in 2019 and we will be endeavoring to continue this level of performance in 2020”.

CanaFarma Hemp is also actively looking at further expanding its Farm acreage both in New York State and in neighboring States.

About CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp.

CanaFarma Hemp is a full-service company operating in the hemp industry offering a full range of hemp-related products and services. These products and services include growing top-quality hemp, providing hemp-processing services, and offering hemp-based products to consumers utilizing a direct-to-consumer marketing approach.

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March 16, 2020 - CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. Announces Revised CSE Listing Date

CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp. (formerly KYC Technology Inc.) (CSE:CNFA) (the “Corporation” or “CanaFarma Hemp”) announces that its Common Shares will commence trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the symbol “CNFA” at the opening of markets on Thursday, March 19th, 2020. This initial listing date has been pushed back from March 17, 2020 at the request of the Corporation in order to account for world events relating to the COVID-19 virus, which are expected to have caused extra delay in shareholders receiving their new shares of the Corporation.

About CanaFarma Hemp Products Corp.

CanaFarma Hemp is a full-service company operating in the hemp industry offering a full range of hemp-related products and services. These products and services include growing top-quality hemp, providing hemp-processing services, and offering hemp-based products to consumers utilizing a direct-to-consumer marketing approach.

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March 13, 2020 - Coronavirus Outbreak Prompts Uptick in Cannabis Sales, Including Emergent Delivery Services

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S., the implications are vast and complicated for business stakeholders and customers alike. International and domestic supply chains are feeling unprecedented economic pressure, and anyone monitoring the hourly news cycle is looking for clarity.

Kyle Kazan, CEO of Glass House Group in California, says that his background as a first responder is informing how he and his company are planning for uncertain times and an emergent public health crisis.

“What I would tell you is the first thing we do is we look at the data, strip out the emotion and say, ‘Okay, we have this wonderful supply chain, but it is worker-dependent. How do you keep people safe, so that they don’t contract a virus that nobody on the planet had immunity to three months ago?’” Kazan says. At the company’s recently expanded 505,000 square feet of greenhouse space, employees are maintaining distance between one another. Creative and accounting department employees, like those at many other companies this week, have begun working remotely.

The retail side of the business is a bit more complicated. Kazan says he’s watching what’s happening in the broader retail segment of commercial industries in Italy, for example, where the COVID-19 crisis is far more developed and horrific than where the U.S. stands—as of now. Businesses are shuttered as public officials promote social distancing policies and self-quarantine measures across the country. Public decisions like that could materialize very quickly in the U.S.

“Even if [businesses don’t close en masse], which I think they will, our plan is always for the extreme,” Kazan says. “If that happens, or if it doesn’t happen, then people are going to come in in a lot less numbers, but they’re still going to want to use cannabis. So, we’re moving very, very quickly to ramp up our delivery. We already have some delivery, and we are moving at lightning speed.”

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February 3, 2020 - Can You Travel with CBD Oil? What’s the Best Kind?

You can get CBD oil in your coffee, buy CBD oil bath bombs, CBD oil lotions, and even CBD oil dog treats. It’s a buzz-worthy topic in the health and wellness space, but many travelers are left confused about its legality, especially when they’re considering taking certain products on a plane or traveling internationally.

First off, let’s define what CBD oil actually is. According to Merriam-Webster, CBD is “a nonintoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis and hemp,” and that CBD oils contain cannabidiol. The types of oils that we’re referring to are oils derived from the hemp plant (not marijuana) and contain only a minimal amount (less than 0.3 percent) of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which is the intoxicating or psychoactive compound of the plant that makes users feel “high.” It’s common knowledge that this minimal amount of THC does not produce noticeably intoxicating side effects.

Thanks to some recent legal changes around CBD at the federal level, it’s becoming a bit more straightforward. Here’s what I learned about traveling with CBD oil after speaking with Sherri Tutkus, BSN-RN and founder/CEO of the GreenNurse Group, and Joshua Bauchner, a lawyer for the Canafarma Corporation.

Traveling with CBD Oil Domestically

The type of CBD oil that’s derived from hemp oil is what’s legal at a federal level (as of the 2018 Farm Bill) and therefore allowed to be taken across state borders, and, yes, on flights. Other CBD oils, like the type that’s derived from marijuana, are still illegal in some states—so it’s not recommended to take those types across state borders.

You can tell the difference between the two types of CBD oil by reading the product’s label and identifying the amount of THC in it. Only hemp-derived CBD oils (with THC levels below 0.3 percent) are legal to fly with or be taken across state borders in the U.S.  It’s also important to note that while CBD oil is legal at the federal level, certain state laws vary in terms of possession of any type of CBD oil.

Here’s the status of flying with CBD oil in the U.S. as of January 2020, according to the TSA’s website:

“Marijuana and certain cannabis-infused products, including some cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law except for products that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis or that are approved by FDA. (See the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, Pub. L. 115-334.) TSA officers are required to report any suspected violations of law to local, state or federal authorities.

“TSA’s screening procedures are focused on security and are designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers. Accordingly, TSA security officers do not search for marijuana or other illegal drugs, but if any illegal substance is discovered during security screening, TSA will refer the matter to a law enforcement officer.”


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January 28, 2020 - CBD startup CanaFarma goes public

Cannabis companies in New York have put their future on hold as they wait to see if the state will legalize adult use of the drug. CBD startups, meanwhile, are moving ahead at full speed. 

CanaFarma Corp., one of at least a half dozen New York companies that launched recently in the CBD field, is in the midst of going public on the Canadian Securities Exchange. It is projecting $45 million in revenue by the end of this year.

CBD, which is short for the non-intoxicating compound cannabidiol, is made from hemp, which is essentially the same plant that produces marijuana. In 2018, the U.S. Farm Bill legalized the cultivation and sale of hemp as long as it contained only trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the chemical that gets cannabis users high.

Founded last March, CanaFarma began selling its signature product, a hemp oil-infused chewing gum called Yooforic, in June. By October it was doing $750,000 a month in sales—entirely online—according to CEO David Lonsdale. He said the company was now planning its expansion into brick-and-mortar retail sales. It also produces a hemp oil tincture and is working on a skin cream. 

CBD’s proponents say it can provide relief for anxiety, insomnia, and ordinary aches and pains. A high-dosage version of the drug has been approved for the treatment of epileptic seizures in children. Medical experts, however, question what benefits CBD can have in small doses. 

There are also questions around the legality of CBD products. The Food and Drug Administration has said it considers the compound a drug and that it has not yet determined if it is safe to consume. New York City’s Department of Health, taking its lead from the FDA, has banned CBD from restaurants and cafes, although enforcement has been spotty

CBD companies have gotten around the regulations by not making medical claims for their products. CanaFarma has played it safe by describing its gum as a hemp-oil infusion.

The confusion over regulations has played havoc with some New York based CBD businesses, but it has not stopped their growth.

The regulatory environment “is a little bit blurry at the moment,” Lonsdale said. “But we’re bound and determined to be one of the major companies in this industry. We have the financing and we think we’ve got the strategy.”

A veteran of Dun & Bradstreet and other blue-chip firms, Lonsdale has run his own boutique investment company for the past decade. As part of going public, CanaFarma has merged with a British Columbia-based company, KYC Technology. 

Although CanaFarma appears to be the first New York based CBD company to go public in Canada, other companies in the sector have used the Canadian exchange because of more liberal laws north of the border governing cannabis-related products.

CanaFarma also has the means to produce CBD products literally from the ground up: It is a part-owner of Simple Solutions, which operates a 55-acre organic hemp farm in Duchess County. Lonsdale is looking into partnering with extraction and processing facilities in New Jersey.

“We expect the medical industry to catch up and document the benefits we’re seeing,” he said. “I think we’ve hardly scratched the surface of what CBD can do for us.”


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January 15, 2020 - New Cannabis Products: Hemp, CBD Soft Gels For Free, Mobile Verification System And A Concentrates Device

As the cannabis market expands, it’s hard to keep track of the many products that launch every week. Benzinga put together a short list of some of the most interesting new cannabis products launched recently.

Are you CBD curious but don’t want to fork over your hard earned money in case you don’t like it?

For the month of January Irwin Naturals is offering a free bottle of its 10 mg CBD soft gels. Just use promo code FREECBD10 when ordering the product: the $26.99 cost will change to free and you’ll just cover the $9.95 shipping and handling.

We asked Dr. Elijiah McCarthy, product formulator and wellness ambassador at Irwin Natuals, why the company is giving away its products.

“As a clinician, I’ve seen numerous patients receive health benefits from CBD only to realize that they cannot keep up with the high cost of daily CBD supplementation,” said Dr. McCarthy, product formulator and wellness ambassador for Irwin Naturals. “With the launch and distribution of our CBD product line, we are re-writing the narrative. Consumers no longer need to be concerned about the cost and quality of CBD. We got them covered.”

PearlCBD’s Tap Verification

PearlCBD launched a new technology that allows consumers to tap their mobile device to any product label and gain instant access to authenticity verification, batch-specific lab test results, educational content, and more. The company’s patent-pending technology has married NFC digital tags into PearlCBD’s product labels to enable consumers to gain transparency in real time and ensure they can trust that they are getting what the label says.


YOOFORIC launched a full spectrum botanical hemp oil line featuring four flavors: chocolate mint, peppermint, lemon citrus and passion fruit. All are vegan, non-GMO, and gluten free. 

“Through extensive research and development, we could not be more thrilled to launch our new YOOFORIC Premium Hemp Oil line. YOOFORIC Hemp Oil is vegan, non-gmo, gluten-free and now available in four great tasting flavors,” said Frank Barone, Chief Marketing Officer of Canafarma. “With this added product line, we look forward to continuing to provide consumers with quality products made from premium botanical hemp oil.”

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