CBDNewsBreaks – MCTC Holdings, Inc. (MCTC) Announces Filing of 6th Patent for Hemp Extract Delivery on CBD Coffee Pods, Delivery System

MCTC Holdings (OTC: MCTC), a cannabinoid science forward company developing unique infusion technologies and cannabinoid delivery systems, today announced the filing of a patent for single-serving coffee pods containing cannabinoids and for a unique dosing system. According to the update, the system is MCTC’s sixth patent in the field of cannabinoid delivery and allows manufacturers to simply and easily add cannabinoids or other active ingredients to coffee pods. “The patent filing broadly outlines a variety of methods and technologies to be used for adding cannabinoids to single-serving coffee pods,” MCTC Holdings CEO Arman Tabatabaei said in the news release. “Our testing has shown our methods are highly effective while still being extremely easy for manufacturers to implement. With our system, any manufacturer of coffee pods can now produce CBD or other coffee pods with simple modification to their processes. The patent filing represents growth of our intellectual property by expanding our core infusion technologies to now include broader systems for cannabinoid delivery.”

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About MCTC Holdings, Inc.

MCTC Holdings, Inc. (d/b/a: Cannabis Global) is a Delaware registered, fully reporting and audited publicly-traded company. With the hemp and cannabis industries moving very quickly and with a growing number of market entrants, MCTC plans to concentrate its efforts on the middle portions of the hemp and cannabis value chain. The Company plans to actively pursue R&D programs and productization for exotic cannabinoid isolation, bioenhancement of cannabinoids and polymeric solid nanoparticles and nanofibers for addition into consumer products and for dermal application. The Company was reorganized during June of 2019 and announced its intent to enter the fast-growing cannabis sector and its intent to change its corporate identity to Cannabis Global, Inc. The Company is headed and managed by a group of highly experienced cannabis industry pioneers and entrepreneurs. More information on the company can be viewed at www.CannabisGlobalinc.com.

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