Ontario Cannabis Stores to Sell 3 New Products from THC BioMed

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THC BioMed Intl Ltd. ("THC BioMed" or the "Company" is pleased to announced that 3 new THC BioMed products are to be listed and sold through the Ontario Cannabis Stores: Dragon's Lettuce dried cannabis, THC Kiss Cannabis Biscuits (Cocoa) and THC Kiss Cannabis Biscuits (Cinnamon.)

Dragon's Lettuce

We are pleased to introduce Dragon's Lettuce into Ontario. It's our most potent sativa landrace strain. It is cultivated indoors in small batches at our facility in British Columbia. Dragon's Lettuce has a minimum THC potency of 20%.

THC Kiss Cannabis Biscuits – Cocoa and Cinnamon

We are also excited to begin selling our latest offering, THC Kiss Cannabis Biscuits, in Ontario. These edibles come in two delicious flavours: Cocoa and Cinnamon.

THC Kiss Biscuits are infused with 10 mg of THC KISS extract, a fast-acting, full-spectrum proprietary cannabis extract invented by THC BioMed. For more information, please see the website thckiss.buzz.

All of our products are developed, grown, produced, infused and shipped from our state-of-the-art, fully integrated facility, in Beautiful British Columbia.

About THC

THC BioMed is one of Canada's oldest active licensed cannabis companies. It was first licensed to deal with cannabis in 2013 under a Health Canada Section 56 exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and has been a Licensed Producer under the current regime since 2016. It aims to be a leader in the beverage and edible space.

THC BioMed is a Cannabis Act Licensed Producer of medical and recreational cannabis. It is licensed to cultivate and sell dried, extract, edible and topical cannabis. The Company is on the leading edge of scientific research and the development of products and services in the medical and recreational cannabis industry. Management believes THC BioMed is well-positioned to be in the forefront of this rapidly growing industry.

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