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Crystal Cure to start selling its small-batch cultivars in Nova Scotia

Crystal Cure will provide four new products to the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation that will be available next month

Crystal Cure to start selling its small-batch, organic cultivars in Nova Scotia
Crystal Cure's 48 acres of organic farmland in Shediac Cape, New Brunswick. The facility houses the company's current soil business and production/grow facility. Photo via Crystal Cure

New Brunswick-based cannabis producer Crystal Cure will start selling its small-batch cultivars throughout retail outlets in Nova Scotia next month.

On Friday, the cannabis producer announced it will provide four new products to the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC).

The new agreement in Nova Scotia supports the company’s expansion plans to build two new greenhouses of around 63,000 square-feet and 50,000 square-feet on the company’s 48 acres of farmland. The greenhouses are slated to be ready to begin operations by 2024.

CEO Jonathan Wilson says this marks significant growth for the company.

“Our premium, high-grade cannabis flower has gained the attention of enthusiasts, consumers, distributors, and retailers across the country,” Wilson said in a statement. “The market likes what we are doing.”


The company was recently awarded for the best Sativa dried flower under the latest cannabis New Brunswick cup for its Tiger Bomb cultivar. The cultivar received the best in grow, the best experience and best-looking flower awards.

Crystal Cure’s products are already available for purchase in New BrunswickPrince Edward Island and Saskatchewan. Last November, it opened its Le Backdoor pot shop, Atlantic Canada’s first farmgate store — located in Shediac Cape.

The company was founded in 2016 by Hiroshi Kosako who used cannabis oil to treat a health condition. The oil came from the cannabis grown using organic living soil, similar to what the company uses today.

Read more: Crystal Cure opens first farmgate cannabis store in Atlantic Canada

Read more: Legal weed sales in Nova Scotia down 5% to $25M

“Our product is unlike any product on the market. It is expertly grown in our trademarked and certified organic Adonis Living Soil made right here on our property,” Wilson said.

“Our approach is plant and flower first and we take an endless number of steps to ensure the products are the absolute best they can be. There are no human-made fungicides, herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers.”


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