Medicinal Cannabis Facility Prepared for Toowoomba

multi-million-dollar medicinal cannabis facility Medicinal hashish enterprise Medibis has introduced long-time period designs to construct a multi-million-dollar medicinal cannabis facility in Toowoomba, Queensland. The globe-course cannabinoid-primarily based pharmaceutical facility is established to guide medicinal cannabis investigate and improvement to treat circumstances these kinds of as serious pain, epilepsy, nervousness and depression. Angus and Andrew from Medibis “Like […]

Medibis Raises Funds for Research and Cultivation Facility

Medibis partnership Medibis partnership with Israel-based cannabis company is the first step towards launching a cannabis product in Australia, and building its cultivation facility in Toowoomba. Homegrown medicinal cannabis company, Medibis, is about to launch a range of cannabis medicines on the Australian market, following its efforts to raise funds via the crowd funding platform, […]

Australians Rush to Back New Medical Cannabis Company – Medibis

More than 850 investors express interest More than 850 investors have expressed their interest in backing Australian-based medicinal cannabis company, Medibis, as it shares its commitment to distribute and eventually produce one of the most effective, patient-centric, and sustainably grown medicinal cannabis treatments globally. Chapel and Calvert co-founded Medibis three years ago, turning their careers […]

Toowoomba Chronicle

Toowoomba residents invited to invest in Medibis medicinal cannabis project How you can invest in Toowoomba-based medicinal cannabis farm Toowoomba’s second proposed medicinal cannabis project is looking to get off the ground soon, but first it needs up to $3m of equity to start the first stage. Full article here: https://www.thechronicle.com.au

Courier Mail

New Medicinal Cannabis Facility for Toowoomba Cannabis capital: 2 projects, $580m investment, 1260 jobs A regional Queensland city is quickly becoming the medicinal cannabis capital of Australia with new plans for a $180m pharmaceutical facility to develop new treatments using the drug. read the full story here: https://www.couriermail.com.au