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The Cannabis Oil Company

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The Cannabis Oil Company is an ethically led UK-based company. It manufactures an extensive range of CBD products with its 30,000 square foot distribution of research facility. The Cannabis Oil Company determines the benefits of CBD and how its usage can help people. It strives to offer high-quality products to its consumers with unparalleled manufacturing standards and end-to-end traceability. It has already secured 100 Acres of arable land, and within the next two-years, TCOC will plant its first crop. The company is planning to invest in research and development with the support of medical professionals, and it will carry its own in-depth research into the benefits of CBD with problems such as anxiety, insomnia, IBS and more.

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