COCONUT CREEK, FL — via NewMediaWire — NutraLife Biosciences Inc. (OTC: NLBS) announces a strategic partnership with KOR Medical and completes an initial order for a line of cannabinoid-based wellness products.
The initial products produced under this venture is a line of four ingestible items formulated to help improve overall health, including helping consumers sleep better, feel better, be calmer, and improve their quality of life.
Cannabinoids are natural compounds found in the cannabis plant. Dozens have been discovered, and many are known to cause different effects in the human body. One of the more well-known cannabinoids is CBD, which is said to decrease pain, reduce inflammation, and decrease anxiety. CBD is commonly extracted from industrial hemp and processed into oil and other products.
NutraLife Biosciences Inc., based in Coconut Creek, Fla., is a recognized manufacturer and distributor of private label and branded nutraceutical and skincare products. Over the last eight years, the company has created more than 50 products. It also has developed different ways to ingest them efficiently, including sprays, tinctures, and oral strips.
KOR Medical, based in Charleston, S.C., is a health and wellness company that performs extensive research and development into cannabinoids to find the most effective combinations for different people and different health conditions. With a goal of being “focused on alternative solutions for better futures,” the company also provides education to consumers about how various cannabinoids interact with the body.
Edgar Ward, NutraLife Biosciences President/CEO, said the partnership will benefit both companies as well as consumers seeking effective health and wellness solutions.
“We are both honored and grateful to be working with an exceptional like-minded organization focused on providing innovation in the medical cannabis industry,” Ward said. “We’ve enjoyed working with KOR Medical to provide these unique personalized cannabinoid formulations that support and help improve quality of life.”
Scotty Branch Co-Founder added:
“This collaboration with NutraLife Sciences can be deemed as progress towards innovative solutions powered by the plant. Our mission at KOR is to formulate, innovate and research cannabinoid products that have a therapeutic value to the consumer on a personal level. This partnership will accelerate our ability to make an impact in these areas. We look forward to the future and unveiling to the world the special attributes of the plant which will make an impact on society for years to come.”
Lindsey Leech, DNP, NP-C
Executive VP of Medical Affairs
Vikor Scientific, Charleston, S.C.
“At KOR Medical, we have a diverse leadership team of medical professionals, cannabis experts, and successful entrepreneurs who have all seen the benefits of cannabinoids first-hand. Collaborating with NutraLife Biosciences has helped us bring life-changing, wellness alternatives to fruition that will exceed mainstream methods for many years to come.”
“The new products produced by NutraLife Biosciences will be delivered and sold through KOR’s platform. The initial line includes KOR Calm, KOR Health, KOR Relief and KOR Sleep.”
For more information about NutraLife Bioscience visit NutraLifeBioSciences.com
For more information about KOR Medical visit kormedical.com
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