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StaffStaffJanuary 8, 2020


A new Ontario-based limited partnership created to buy cannabis-based real estate businesses called Subversive Real Estate Acquisition REIT closed on its initial public offering by raising $200 million. Making this the largest post-market correction equity capital raise to date. Subversive REIT also began trading its Class A Restricted Voting Units on the NEO Exchange as NEO:SVX.UN.

While most cannabis companies have been struggling as money quickly dried up, this raise was done in less than two weeks. Particularly notable was that it was done in December when most people were focused on the holidays.  The company said that the initial tranche of capital will potentially be allocated to only a portion of Subversive REIT LP’s broader pipeline of high-quality real estate assets. Particularly those in need of non-dilutive growth capital to fund high-ROI investment opportunities like expansion into new geographical markets.

The Subversive REIT brings together three cannabis industry-leading investment companies, including Subversive Capital, an investment firm with a diverse portfolio and which raised $575 million in 2019 for a cannabis special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) called the Subversive Capital Acquisition Corp. (NEO: SVC.A.U), The Inception Companies,  a private opportunistic investment firm based in Beverly Hills and London and Canaccord Genuity. Inception REIT’s management team launched a private, independent platform in 2018 providing real estate capital solutions to leading operators in the U.S. cannabis industry, is managing the SPAC.

Subversive REIT said it looks to provide capital to top cannabis operators via real estate sale-leasebacks transactions across retail and industrial assets. Richard Acosta, founder and CEO of Inception REIT, as well as founder and CEO of IA REIT Advisors (external manager of Inception REIT), will be heading Subversive REIT as director and CEO.

Selling Assets

Numerous cannabis companies have begun selling their real estate assets as a way to generate cash. The leaseback model has worked as a way to maintain their business location while monetizing a valuable asset. Most cannabis companies found that in the early days of the industry, banks were unwilling to lend money for mortgages and most were forced to buy buildings. Landlords were also unwilling to rent their buildings to cannabis companies and this added to the challenge of finding a place to do business.

Several companies like MedMen (OTC: MMNFF)and Acreage Holdings (ACRG.U)created separate real estate companies that would buy the buildings and then set up the lease arrangements. Innovative Industrial Properties (NYSE: IIPR) was the first REIT to identify this opportunity within the cannabis industry and has been handsomely rewarded for being first to market.



StaffStaffJanuary 7, 2020


Compatible With Most 510 Cartridges, Includes 400mAh Battery, USB-C; Quick Wireless Charging In 40 Minutes

January 7, 2020 – Toronto, ON /AxisWire/ TOQi (, creators of cannabis technology products, has launched the industry’s first wireless charging 510 thread vaporizer battery. The TOQi 510 comes with an industry-leading 400mAh battery, twice the size of most currently available vaporizers, and is equipped with Qi charging technology, enabling it to charge wirelessly on TOQi’s Wireless Charging Pad or other Qi-equipped products such as a Samsung Galaxy Note10 PowerShare. The TOQi 510 is now available for pre-orders at mytoqi.comfor $79.95 USD and will begin shipping January 13, 2020.

The TOQi 510 thread distillate compatible device includes a built-in USB-C port, 3 power settings, precision CNC for accurate airflow, ability to lock/unlock directly on the device and a smooth, stone-like finish design.

“TOQi was built to always be ready when you need it and provide the most convenient cannabis vaporizer experience on the market, eliminating any worries about losing custom chargers,” said Drew Henson, CEO, TOQi. “We created TOQi to combine convenience and reliability with a sleek, cutting-edge design so people can vape with confidence and look good doing so.”

In addition, TOQi is launching two wireless charging devices, compatible with the TOQi 510. The TOQi Wireless Charging Pad and TOQi Wireless Power Bank are available for $29.95 and $19.95 USD. For pre-orders through January 9, 2020, customers will receive a special discount of all three items – the TOQi 510 vaporizer, the Wireless Charging Pad and the Wireless Power Bank – for only $79.95 USD, a savings of $50.

TOQi will be unveiled at the Lift & Co. Cannabis ExpoJanuary 9-11, 2020 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Visitors to the event will experience the TOQi 510 in person, as well as purchase the product and accessories at a discount by visiting booth 923. Henson will also speak on an industry panel on January 11 at 1:30pm on the main stage.

TOQi comes from Toronto-based design studio Twenty2b, whose previous products include the Lotus by SEAM, a personal safety wearable that was a finalist for SXSW’s Interactive Innovation awards in 2019. Founder/CEO Drew Henson is an award-winning designer with more than one dozen products on the market, including past designs for Drift Innovation action cameras which were deployed on the International Space Station.

About TOQi

Founded by award-winning designers, TOQi creates premium industry leading cannabis consumption technology from their headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. TOQi believes that attention to detail and user experience are of the utmost importance. For more information, visit TOQi does not produce, manufacture or distribute cannabis. Not for sale to minors.

StaffStaffJanuary 7, 2020


New York City – January 7, 2010 /AxisWire/ The Green Market Summit is introducing a half-day event hosted by the industry’s premier financial news organization, the Green Market Report, on the emerging trend of psychedelics and the opportunities available to investors. The Economics of Psychedelics Investing will offer a program on the opportunities in Alternative Plant Investments, the quickly emerging industry of psychedelic medicines and the companies looking to capitalize on it. The event will take place on January 24, 2020 from 1pm to 5pm located at 54 West 40th St., New York ,NY. 

Research has shown psilocybin to help relieve symptoms for people who experience cluster headaches, treat addiction, and could be an alternative to typical depression treatments in the general population. According to the 2017 Global Drug Survey, mushrooms are the safest recreational drug to use. This event will educate curious investors as to the opportunities in this industry in its earliest stages.

There is a great deal of curiosity around treatments using mushrooms for various mental health conditions and the companies that are capitalizing on this emerging sector. We wanted to present some of the leading companies in this new field and give investors a chance to hear from several in one Summit.” Debra Borchardt, Co-founder and CEO of Green Market Media. 

Attendees will hear from companies like Atai Life Sciences, MindMed, Field Trip Ventures and KCSA Strategic Communications. Topics will cover the parallels between the cannabis industry and psychedelics, micro-dosing and building a strategy around this promising new science. After the event, attendees and key industry leaders will be welcomed to enjoy a Cocktail hour sponsored by Mattio Communications. 

The Green Market Summit brings together the most respected companies, brands, and executives, yielding the most experience and knowledge available in the industry. This forum helps network the most powerful operators, the most up-to-date information and the best practices to facilitate the exchange of valuable data and market developments to improve investment decision making and business strategy.

About Green Market Report:

The Green Market Report (GMR) is headquartered in the Financial District of New York City with an office in Los Angeles. GMR is poised to be the center for trustworthy business, financial and economic news, and intelligence. The site offers coverage on financial matters including news briefs on business, cultivation, and extraction, cannabis company stock prices, and wholesale cannabis pricing. For more information, please visit or email Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @GreenMarketRpt.

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StaffStaffJanuary 6, 2020


This is your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for January 6, 2020.

The Daily Hit took a break during the holidays, but it is back as the news ramps up in the new year.

On The Site

Supreme Cannabis

The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. (TSX: FIRE) (OTCQX: SPRWF) announced that its Board of Directors has named Colin Moore, Director of the Company and former President of Starbucks Coffee Canada, as Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Mr. Moore succeeds Navdeep Dhaliwal, who has departed the Company.

Supreme recent reported a drop in its revenue from the 2019 fourth quarter amount of $19 million to the  2020 first quarter amount of $11.4 million. The quarter-over-quarter decrease in net revenue was attributed to the combination of a rapid deterioration of pricing and demand in the wholesale market and the previously announced 7ACRES mechanical failure in grow rooms 1, 2 and 3. The company called this “an isolated one-time event with all three grow rooms recommissioned and replanted in September 2019.”

Emerald Health

Emerald Health Therapeutics, Inc. (TSXV: EMH)(OTCQX: EMHTF) has agreed to the second tranche of funding for the company for approximately $4.5 million. At the end of December, the company closed on the initial tranche of a private placement that was announced on December 16, 2019. The initial tranche was for gross proceeds of $1.5 million issued at a price of $0.29 per unit.

The second tranche was also issued at a price of 29 cents per share. The company was lately trading at roughly 25 cents per share. The private placement is set to purchase 10,344,827 units of Emerald for total gross proceeds of $3 million. The company said that these units will represent the remainder of the financing previously announced on December 16, 2019, however, the securities to be issued under the Offering will be offered by way of a shelf prospectus supplement to be filed in all of the provinces of Canada pursuant to National Instrument 44-102 – Shelf Distributions and will not be subject to a hold period.

High Times

Hightimes Holding Corp. told investors that it accepted the resignation of Kraig G. Fox as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer and President Effective December 24, 2019. On January 6, 2020, Stormy Simon, one of the Company’s independent directors and former President of Inc., was appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company by the board of directors. Following her appointment, she will also continue serving as a director on the Company’s board of directors.

The change is happening as the cannabis publication prepares to develop its physical and virtual distribution businesses. Having spent the last year acquiring Cannabis media publications and web sites, High Times now looks to monetize its audience of millions of users across the globe. Fox was just hired in April with the intent to finally bring the company public, a move that has been discussed for years at this point. Instead, the launch of the publicly traded stock got delayed again.


The world is hurting right now, and many are feeling the pain of a planet in destruction. We’re dealing with climate change (and climate change denial), forest fires are ravaging homes and destroying nature around the world, and we all know that Mother Nature sure likes to toss a giant natural disaster in there from time to time. Humans have both lost control of and lost touch with their natural environment.

It’s time to get back to nature, and psychedelics may be what get us there.

Researchers in London, UK, investigated the association between psychedelic use and a concept they termed “nature relatedness,” or one’s level of self-identification and subjective sense of connectedness with nature.

In Other News

Tokyo Smoke

Tokyo Smoke, Canopy Growth Corporation’s (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC) award-winning retail brand, is proud to announce that it will be working with a total of ten recently-announced Ontario retail license holders to open new Tokyo Smoke branded retail cannabis stores across the province.

“With ten new stores set to open in the first half of this year, we are pleased with the momentum we’ve built and excited to bring the Tokyo Smoke experience to more Ontarians,” said Rade Kovacevic, President, Canopy Growth. “Increasing Tokyo Smoke’s presence across the province will expand access to high-quality cannabis products and education, continuing to migrate cannabis sales from the illicit to the regulated market.”

Once licensed, this will bring the number of Tokyo Smoke branded retail cannabis stores in Ontario to a total of 12, joining Tokyo Smoke 333 Yonge at Dundas Square in Toronto, and Tokyo Smoke Oshawa.

Slang Worldwide

SLANG Worldwide Inc. (CNSX: SLNG) announced that it is expanding into the Ohio medical cannabis market by the entering into of a licensing agreement with Standard Wellness Company, LLC. Standard Wellness has been granted an exclusive license to produce and distribute the SLANG product suite in Ohio, beginning with its category-leading O.penVAPE, Pressies, Bakked and District Edibles brands. SLANG will derive revenue for each branded product sold in the state, with sales expected to commence in 2020.


Ericka Pittman officially joining Viola as their new CMO. The new c-suite appointment marks the first African American female CMO of a multi-state cannabis operator.Prior to her move with Viola, she served as CMO at AQUAhydrate and as a leading executive at Combs Enterprises.

StaffStaffJanuary 6, 2020


Joshua Michael Swider began his career in chemistry at Eastern Washington University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and degrees in physics and biology in 2012. His quest for a deeper understanding of the science led him to pursue a graduate program in chemistry, while pursuing a PhD from the University of California San Diego in the joint doctoral at San Diego State University he obtained a master’s degree in analytical chemistry from SDSU. Throughout his nine years in college, Josh became interested in the medicinal benefits of cannabis and the lack of analytical research and public understanding associated with it. He wanted to change this, and with his knowledge and passion for the industry, Josh founded the lab in 2016. Whether cannabis is used for adult use or medicinal purposes, he’s made it InfiniteCAL’s mission to ensure only safe, quality products are allowed in the industry.

Executive Spotlight Q&A:

Years at current company: 3.5 Years

Education profile: Eastern Washington University- 2008-2012 Chemistry, Physics and Biology

San Diego State University 2012-2017 Analytical Chemistry

University California San Diego 2013-2017 Analytical Chemistry 

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: My most successful professional accomplishment before joining the cannabis industry was returning to college after 5 years of completing high school and attending graduate programs. 

Company Mission:  Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs’ mission is to provide the cannabis industry with accurate and timely analytical services of the highest quality, while meeting or exceeding our clients’ expectations.

Company’s most successful achievement: Maintaining the highest standards in the industry while expanding from 2 employees to about 50. 

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes

If so, how much?: 200k 

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Yes

Most important company 5 year goal: InfiniteCAL’s 5 year company goal is to open analytical labs in 15-25 States and provide the best service in each state. 


StaffStaffJanuary 6, 2020


Full birth name: 

Jennifer Whetzel




Ladyjane Branding

Years at current company: 


Education profile: 

B.S. in Food Marketing, M.S. in Managerial Economics, Miami Ad School Account Planning Bootcamp

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis:

Before moving into the cannabis industry, I spent my career gathering expertise in different sectors of marketing. I worked in retail operations and merchandising, PR, advertising, branding, consumer insights, strategy, consumer product marketing, new product development, and experiential marketing. 

My biggest win came when I launched a line of animal health supplements into a fragmented, disorganized market and within 18 months gained 16% aided brand awareness among target consumers. This is significant because the market landscape contained popular brands that had been around for more than a decade that was still hovering between 20-30% aided awareness. 

Interestingly enough, working in the animal health supplement market was surprisingly similar to the cannabis market in that there’s a lack of clear federal oversight and no formal regulations. Some animal health supplement companies attempt to follow federal regulations for health claims – but most don’t, making it an unequal playing field with many players preying on the hopes of customers that products will heal their animal.

What made the win even bigger is that I was selling an anti-inflammatory product, but I couldn’t make health claims, I couldn’t communicate those benefits to my customers or my company would be open to an unwelcome letter from the FDA. Instead, I had to rely on PR, thought leadership, spokespeople, influencers and articles written by third-party experts to educate the market about the health benefits. The successful launch of that brand gave me a solid formula for how to break into the cannabis market with compliant messaging.

Company Mission:

Our mission is to help entrepreneurs stand out and sell more. 

I started Ladyjane Branding to provide branding shortcuts to bootstrapping startups who couldn’t necessarily afford to hire a strategist or an advertising agency. A solid, consistent, strategic brand with a loyal customer base is critical when seeking funding, but branding is a step that many entrepreneurs skip. I wanted to make it as easy as possible to build and maintain a consistent brand, which is where I got the idea for the Two-Hour Brand Makeover and my Archetypal Segmentation model.

The Two-Hour Brand Makeover is a guided interview process that helps startups solidify their brand identity and strategy to ensure consistency in all business decisions, marketing, and advertising. The Archetypes and Segmentation Model are short-cuts that help entrepreneurs personify their brand identity then provide messaging and design inspiration.

Company’s most successful achievement:

Pretty simple: telling stories in an honest, compelling way. 

Introducing the concept of Archetypal branding to the cannabis industry is our biggest achievement so far. 

Archetypes are universal characters that reside in our collective unconscious, such as heroes and mysterious strangers. I developed 16 Archetypes – to include a Hippie, Activist, Stoner, Doctor, Healer and Rock Star – to give companies inspiration to build their own brand identities. 

Brands discover their Archetype, then use those universal values and characteristics in their messaging and design, so that customers instinctively understand and connect quickly. It makes every brand’s story connect with consumers in a deeper way; by emulating an Archetype, brands build trust through consistent messaging that feels human and familiar.

More recently, we’ve taken on the task of understanding the topic of diversity and inclusion from the perspective of women working in the cannabis industry. By collecting data and creating knowledge on this topic, The Women In Cannabis Study will help us determine the education, policies, procedures and actionable recommendations that can help make the industry a welcoming space for everyone. 

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): No

if so, how much?:

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Yes

Most important company 5-year goal:

We recently launched the first online course as part of a curriculum called Ladyjane’s Brand Camp. The course is called Sell Joy! and it’s designed to teach brands how to write copy and messaging that won’t get them in trouble with the FDA. 

There are so many entrepreneurs out there with brilliant ideas for new cannabis-related products and services. My 5-year goal is to have a full branding, marketing & advertising curriculum that teaches entrepreneurs everything they need to know – all the shortcuts, tips and tricks – to launch a successful cannabis brand and build a loyal customer base.

StaffStaffJanuary 2, 2020


Asterion Cannabis Inc., a Canadian firm with operations in Australia, announced a non-brokered private placement of up to 6,666,667 units at the price of C$1.50 per Unit, for aggregate gross proceeds of up to C$10 million. The company said it plans to use the money to build approximately 40 hectares (99 acres) of cutting-edge, secure, purpose-built greenhouses near Toowoomba in South East Queensland, Australia for the production of high-quality organic medicinal cannabis, and for general working capital purposes.

Asterion is focused on the future of advanced agriculture and aims to produce the highest quality of genetically uniform cannabis strains, at an affordable price. Just last week, the company said that it had received its licenses for the cultivation, manufacturing, and research of medicinal cannabis from the Australian Government’s Office of Drug Control.

“This is a major milestone for Asterion as it prepares to commence work on its industry-leading medicinal cannabis cultivation and processing facility near Toowoomba in South East Queensland, Australia,” said Mr. Stephen Van Deventer, Asterion’s Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer.  “Asterion is delighted that it has passed through the ODC’s rigorous assessment process and been awarded the licences it requires to establish its flagship project. The ODC approvals represent a major step for Asterion towards the manufacturing of pharmaceutical-grade medicinal cannabis at our planned 75 ha (185 acre) Toowoomba Facility.”


Each Unit will consist of one common share in the capital of the Company (each, a “Share“) and one-half of one common share purchase warrant (each whole common share purchase warrant, a “Warrant“), with each whole Warrant entitling the holder thereof to purchase one additional Share at an exercise price of CAD $2.00 for a period of 24 months from the closing of the Financing, subject to acceleration. Finder’s fees may be payable on a portion of the Financing. All securities issued under the Financing will be subject to a hold period of four months and one day in Canada.

Van Deventer added, “Asterion intends to commence work on the Toowoomba Facility in the first quarter of 2020 and is expected to commence cultivation of its first crop in 2022.  On completion, the Toowoomba Facility is expected to employ more than 1,000 people harvesting more than 20,000 plants a day, and to generate an estimated AUD $2 billion annually in exports, while also supplying medicinal cannabis to the Australian market.  Asterion is committed to its program of innovation across the supply chain, with the goal of furthering the development of medicinal cannabis-based pharmaceuticals to provide a safe and effective treatment for a variety of medical conditions.”




StaffStaffJanuary 1, 2020


Cannabis Cocktail master Warren Bobrow brings in the new year with a New Year’s day winter punch created with the award winning Saka Pink, and we are all looking forward to tasting it!

Photo Credit: Cocktails de L’Apothicaire By Warren Bobrow


Saka Pink was carefully selected as the perfect mixer for this wonderfully well balanced sipper.

It should be served ideally in a coupe glass, which you may remember also used to be used for Champagne.
If you are still using them for Champagne, STOP NOW!
Only use it for this cocktail.
For Champagne, use a Burgundy glass.. much, much better.

Photo Credit: Traci Seville

Saka New Year’s Punch Made even more effervescent with Fruitations Tangerine Syrup and Pickett’s Ginger Beer
1 750ml bottle of  Saka— THC Infused-dealcoholized Napa Valley wine
6 oz. Fruitations Pure Natural Tangerine Simple Syrup
4- 12oz. Cans of Ginger Beer- I used Pickett’s – it’s Authentic and in a can!
10 shakes of Fee Brothers Lime Bitters
Grilled orange slices
For a crowd
Add all the liquid ingredient (except for the ginger beer) into a punch bowl
Mix carefully and completely
Add a block of ice
Add the Ginger Beer fizzy soda
Add the lime bitters
Add the grilled orange slices
Stir again and serve to a very thirsty crowd

StaffStaffDecember 24, 2019


Body and Mind Inc. (CSE: BAMM) (OTCQB: BMMJ) reported the first-quarter 2020 revenue of $1.44 million, which represented its Nevada operations only. The net loss for the quarter was $896,797 which ended October 31, 2019. The basic and diluted loss per share of $0.01.

“We continue to expand BaM’s geographic footprint developing new, fully-funded facilities comprising retail, production, and cultivation,” stated Michael Mills, President and Interim CEO of Body and Mind. “Our deep cannabis and development experience has been decisive in our success advancing production and cultivation capacity in Nevada, co-developing a new dispensary in Arkansas and developing the ShowGrow San Diego dispensary. The Company continues to execute on its growth strategy, including submitting new state license applications, upgrading and expanding existing assets, and evaluating attractive acquisition opportunities. We look forward to updating you on our continued progress throughout fiscal 2020.”

The company said that the quarter’s income from Ohio would be treated as equity pickup. Ohio is now fully operational and but is currently only 30% indirectly owned by BaM. Body & Mind said it expects it will consolidate revenue from ShowGrow Long Beach when local and state licenses to conduct medical and adult-use commercial cannabis retail operations are issued to NMG Long Beach.

The company is set to expand into Arkansas with in-state partner, Comprehensive Care Group LLC, for a dispensary and fifty plant cultivation facility. The construction of the fully-funded medical marijuana dispensary in West Memphis, Arkansas, and all pre-construction activities have been completed. Work in progress includes final HVAC, drywall.

On October 31, 2019, BaM had $6.89 million in cash and $8.29 million in working capital surplus.

StaffStaffDecember 24, 2019


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Executive Spotlight: Niccolo Aieta, Founder and CTO, Spherex

Full birth name: Niccolo Aieta

Title: Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Company: Spherex

Years at current company: Five — Spherex is celebrating its five-year anniversary!

Education profile: I received my Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, researching hydrogen fuel cell technology. Before that, I got my Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Planning, and Energy Management and Design, from Sonoma State University.

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis:  The culmination of my Ph.D. and post-doctoral work. My thesis, and associated patent, and seeing this work come to use in the real world through the 3M fuel cell program.

Company Mission: Using innovative extraction and refinement techniques, Spherex produces the industry’s leading distillates to deliver an ideal cannabis consumption experience.

Company’s most successful achievement: Building a better extraction process…in just one year.

At the time of Spherex’s founding in 2015, the industry’s highest efficiency using supercritical CO2 was roughly 50%. I saw that the cannabis industry needed more efficient refinement in the extraction process, so I founded Spherex to address this need.

Spherex uses science. That’s how we get it done. My scientific team’s technical prowess is second to none, and within one year we engineered an industrial-scale CO2 cannabis refinement operator with extraction efficiencies of over 95%. We can refine up to 120 pounds of raw cannabis per day.

Beyond that, we’re proud to have achieved profitability. Spherex is a profitable cannabis company in a time when there are still many barriers to growth, and we have done it by keeping our focus on the two founding principles we do best: Efficiency and scale.

Has the company raised any capital (yes or no): Yes.

if so, how much?: We have raised over $6 million in outside capital.

Any plans on raising capital in the future? We would be open to it. As a profitable company, we are able to self-fund, but we may entertain the right strategic or capital partner.

 Most important company 5-year goal: To grow existing markets while leading the charge for new markets. From cannabis beverages (and the launch of our infused sparkling water PHYX) to multi-state expansion, Spherex is looking ahead to where we can innovate next

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