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What Happened to CannaVEST Corp (OTCMKTS:CANV)

CannaVEST Corp (OTCMKTS:CANV) continues to trade just under $1 on little volume or interest from Investors since reversing off $0.70 lows. CANV is one of the original pot stocks that made a spectacular move culminating in share prices well over $100 per share in early 2014.

On August 25 CANV announced an expansion effort that will build global brand presence, expand commercial relationships and increase bulk hemp oil offerings with the launch of its newest division, CannaVest Europe(TM).

CannaVest Europe made its unofficial introduction with its exhibit at the European Industrial Hemp Association’s International Conference in Wesseling, Germany in May 2015. At this event, over 260 industrial hemp experts from 38 countries gathered to unveil the latest developments concerning hemp and other natural fibers applying to the global marketplace. CannaVest presented, “Agricultural Hemp & CBD: A Growing Industry with a Bright Future” to industry experts to introduce its line of PlusCBD Oil(TM) branded bulk offerings, while educating on the burgeoning American market of hemp-derived CBD.

CannaVEST Corp (OTCMKTS:CANV) is a manufacturer and distributor of hemp and Cannabidiol (CBD) based products. The Company is focused on the procurement and wholesale of the hemp plant extract cannabidiol (CBD), and the development, marketing and sale of end consumer products containing CBD, which is refined into its own PlusCBD Oil™ brand. CannaVest resells raw industrial hemp product to third parties, acquired through supply relationships in Europe.

Much has been made of the fact that CANV is not technically a pot stock; the Company sells CBD related products but this seems to matter little to speculators who bided up the shares of CANV more than any other in the sector. The move last year was so EPIC that CANV was featured in Forbes in an article that looked at the Company’s formation and noted that CANV backer Bart Mackay was worth $1.8 billion on paper when CANV hit $200.

CANV subsidiaries are: CannaVest Laboratories is a global phytocannabinoid biotechnology company based in San Diego. Our focus is the science of phytocannabinoids and the marketing and distribution of phytocannabinoid-based products. We utilize advanced cultivation methods and state-of-the-art processing technology that lead to the development of hemp-based pharmaceutical and nutraceutical products.

Cibdex™ is the first commercially available phytocannabinoid-rich hemp extract that is manufactured based on current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) protocols (in accordance with FDA’s Current Good Manufacturing Practices).

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Cibaderm™ is a revolutionary personal care line infused with our Hemp CBD Complex™—a unique extraction of the hemp plant—and natural steam-distilled botanicals. Indulge your body with the power of Cannabis Beauty™. Your skin, hair, and nails will look healthier and more radiant, naturally, thanks to Cibaderm™.

US Hemp Oil is dedicated to the procurement, processing, marketing and distribution of bulk wholesale hemp oil, protein, food and hemp body care products. US Hemp Oil is determined to bring hemp food products into the mainstream by creating greater public awareness and media exposure for the exceptional nutritional profile of hemp seeds and the environmental benefits of growing industrial hemp.

The PlusCBD™ emblem is the first universal standard for CBD quality control and quality assurance. Every product bearing a PlusCBD™ monogram certifies that your hemp-based CBD originates with us. It is a visual reminder to your customers that you have added CBD to your product. PlusCBD™ assures your customers that they are getting a safe, legal ingredient in your products.

CannaVEST has some interesting characters behind it, the two lead figures being CEO Michael Mona, Jr. and backer and primary shareholder Bart Mackay. According to the Forbes article ”Michael Mona Jr. went before the Nevada Gaming Control Board seeking a license for his Mediterranean-style Sunrise Suites hotel and casino in Las Vegas, it didn’t go well. The board, reportedly wary of his ties to shady telemarketers, including one who spent time in jail, told Mona his application would be rejected. He in turn withdrew his application and subsequently filed for personal bankruptcy when the casino could not open.”

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Currently trading at a $30 million market valuation CANV has $1.8 million in the treasury, over $10 million in assets and virtually no debt as well as significant revenue growth of $10,190,667 in sales for 2014 up from $2,154,063 the year before. CANV is one of the original pot stocks with a long history of making spectacular moves so when this one heats up investors need to pay attention.We will be updating on CANV when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CANV.

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Disclosure: we hold no position in CANV either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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