Ultra Health Denied New Mexico True Certification

Medical cannabis denied participation to state tourism program

(Albuquerque) – Ultra Health, a regional medical cannabis leader, has been denied from
becoming an industry partner with the state’s New Mexico True Certified program.

The program brings national attention to the quality, care and craftsmanship behind products that
are uniquely New Mexican. True Certified products must be manufactured in New Mexico.
Plant-­based products must use plants or non-­meat agricultural products originating from New
Mexico with proper traceable documentation.

All of Ultra Health’s medical grade cannabis products sold in New Mexico are produced in the
state and therefore fully meet the criteria to be considered for the program.

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Ultra Health Title Sponsor of Gathering of Nations Powwow

Cannabis leader makes commitment to largest Native American powwow in the world

(Albuquerque) – Ultra Health, a national medical cannabis leader with a large New Mexico presence, will officially sponsor the 34th Annual Gathering of Nations Powwow in 2017, marking the first time a medical cannabis company has sponsored such an event. The official name of the event will be the “Ultra Health - Gathering of Nations Pow Wow”.

“The Gathering of Nations Powwow is a very spiritual and social celebration,” said Duke Rodriguez, CEO and President of Ultra Health. “At Ultra Health we believe such components are vital to well-being, and sponsoring the event was an obvious decision in light of the importance Native people have historically put on healing and natural medicine."

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