Liberty Health Sciences Inc (OTCMKTS:LHSIF) has disclosed everything regarding its move to sign an amended licensing agreement with Aphria Inc. And its aim is to give a major lift to the Company’s growing portfolio of brands through the addition of Solei Sungrown Cannabis (“Solei”).

Liberty’s Near-term goals

Liberty will under the terms of the agreement produce as well as sell Solei in Massachusetts and Florida and that will of course be after it fulfills all the requirements by the Florida Department of Health, Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission and the Office of Medical Marijuana Use.

Market dynamics are shifting quite fast and most of the market observers around the globe attest to that. The company is doing all within its means to ensure that it remains relevant in the long run and at this moment it is quite pleased to be the one introducing Solei to the U.S. It is also working hard to ensure that it achieves its set goal of availing it to all the patients throughout Massachusetts and Florida.

Serving patients in need of access to an easy-to-understand format

The Director and CEO of Liberty George Scorsis sees Solei as the best complement to the patient-centric approach of Libertyto medical cannabis. Looking at the efforts being made at this point in time, it goes without saying that Solei will succeed on its quest to make medical cannabis understandable to each and every patient that needs to access an easy-to-understand format.

The plan at the moment is to make Solei available in the wide range of product consumption alternatives that pull along with the easy-to-use instructions targeted at simplifying cannabis use.

The CEO of Aphria Vic Neufeld opined, “Aphria is delighted to extend our strategic relationship with Liberty, as they continue to demonstrate leadership in Florida and soon other legal markets in the U.S. Medical cannabis patients in Florida and elsewhere will benefit from Solei’s uncomplicated and simplified approach to consuming cannabis, which really sets the brand apart in the marketplace.”

Marijuana has already been legalized in a number of states in the U.S and the process continues. It was sometime back unimaginable to think of marijuana as a safe household name, but we are there already.