Coconut Creek, FL, June 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — NutraLife Biosciences, Inc. (OTCQB: NLBS) (the “Company” or “NutraLife”) announces that its subsidiary, PhytoChem Technologies, Inc. (“PhytoChem”), has placed the first order under its exclusive agreement with Owen J. Morgan for a commercial machine which it intends to use to process industrial hemp grown in Wisconsin. On March 14, 2019, NutraLife announced it had received two licenses from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture to grow and process industrial hemp within the state.
The Ennea Processor targets and extracts bioactive compounds from whole plant hemp crops and streamlines production times and maximizes extraction yields while retaining the cellular and fiber integrity of the plants for further applications. Ennea’s system of pure oils recovery eliminates the need for secondary recovery methods.
“The Ennea Processor will process NutraLife’s industrial hemp biomass, and we will offer tolling services to other licensed growers,” says NutraLife’s Chief Executive Officer and President, Edgar Ward.
The order follows the successful demonstration and trial of the first working prototype of the Ennea Processor at NutraLife’s facilities earlier this month. The new results confirm full spectrum extraction of all bioactive compounds, including all terpenes. On the certified industrial hemp crop trials, Ennea extracted on average over 30% higher yields than was previously thought existing in the cannabinoid group.
“Quantitative lab results, following over 20 days of live trials with the Ennea prototype at NutraLife’s facilities, demonstrate the true ability of the Ennea Processor. We believe that Ennea will change bioactive compound extraction. I am excited to be working with NutraLife to develop the industrial hemp extractive market in North America,” said Owen J. Morgan.
The PhytoChem Ennea Processing Plant in Wisconsin is the first of NutraLife’s contracted growers for the 2019 growing season.
About NutraLife BioSciences
Edgar Ward founded NutraLife in 2010 as NutraFuels, Inc. and since that time he has served as its Chief Executive Officer, President and Director. Under Mr. Ward’s direction, NutraLife’s revenues increased from $225,000 in 2016 to more than $3.7 million in 2018. NutraLife’s Coconut Creek manufacturing facility has been registered with the Food and Drug Administration, and its manufacturing facility has operated in accordance with the Good Manufacturing Processes Standard (GMP) for more than five years. NutraLife’s products are tested by its in-house laboratory chemists for strength, purity and contaminants such as heavy metals, pesticides, and solvents. NutraLife offers thirteen different core formulations which it modifies to meet the specifications of its private label customers. NutraLife provides approximately 50 different variations of its core formulations. NutraLife’s private label products include CBD infused oral sprays, tinctures, pet drops, pain balms, face creams, and nutraceutical oral spray products that support daily health and wellness uses.
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NutraLife BioSciences, Inc.
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