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Cannabis, Hemp and Marijuana, what is the difference?

Proven cultivation goes back over 12,000 years, and it is highly likely to have been sown over 30,000 years ago, thus making it our oldest sown crop. It produces more fuel, fibre, food and medicine than any other plant. The seeds of cannabis produce the most productive and nutritious vegetable oil and protein. Hemp ….

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Legislation

As the world is coming to terms with the benefits of CBD, countries go through a liberalisation and legalisation process; due to the rapid growth in the industry and the fact that many jurisdictions are coming to terms with the facts surrounding the benefits of medical cannabis treatment, it is extremely difficult to draft any meaningful description within a financial agreement that is not almost immediately out of date.

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How it is used

CBD has been praised for a wide variety of health issues, and apart from ongoing cancer-studies, some of the strongest scientific evidence is for its effectiveness in treating some of the cruellest childhood epilepsy syndromes, such as Dravet Syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, which typically don’t respond to antiseizure medications. In numerous international studies, CBD was able to reduce the number of seizures, and

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Is there demand?

Due to the increasing and rapid legalisation on a global front (more than 50 countries) and growing, international recognition by the World Health Organisation, Medical Faculties/ Organisations and the general public themselves; most product specific economists (including Euromonitor) estimate the annual Global Market to be in the region of $166 billion by the year 2025

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Geographic Target Markets

Vivir intends to target three main geographic markets. A variety of the auxiliary products can be produced as by-products of the CBD extraction process and at very little cost. As example, after extracting CBD, textiles can be produced, or the raw materials for the manufacture of textiles can be sold etc.

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Auxiliary/By-product market

Having described the market sector and environment in which Vivir trades, it is important to understand the methodology behind generating profit-streams. Vivir generates profit from 4 (four) different routes to market:

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How Funds Are Protected

In terms of the ‘Proceeds of Funds’ obligations entered into by Vivir, the Issuer is required to apply the funds emanating from subscriptions for the Bonds consistent with the Investment Memorandum, and in doing so shall generate substantial assets owned by Vivir.

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Is there demand?

Having described the market sector and environment in which Vivir trades, it is important to understand the methodology behind generating profit-streams. Vivir generates profit from 4 (four) different routes to market:

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