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Abattis Provides $10,000 Sponsorship to the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia for Cannabis Monograph Project
Date:3/12/2013

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Abattis Bioceuticals Corp (OTC PINK: ATTBF) (CNSX: FLU) today announced that it has provided $10,000 sponsorship for the cannabis (cannabis sp.) monograph and therapeutic compendium currently under development by the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP).

The monograph, scheduled for release in Spring 2013, will provide industry with a variety of scientifically valid analytical methods suitable for use in the identification, purity, and quality assessment of cannabis and its crude products.

Health Canada has recently proposed changes to the Canada's Marijuana Medical Access Program that aims to treat marijuana as it does any prescribed drug, allowing for legal commercial production for those who meet specific requirements.

"This generous sponsorship from Abattis Bioceuticals will facilitate the completion of this important and timely monograph," said Roy Upton , executive director of AHP.  "There is a critical need for quality controls to be put in place in the cannabis industry to ensure valid and appropriate testing methodologies, and the AHP monograph will help to create greater transparency and establish standard methods of analysis."

"We are extremely proud to support the development of this monograph by AHP," said Mr. Michael Withrow , Abattis' chief executive officer. He went on to say, "There is a strong need for the development of transparent standards for cannabis and its products and an incredible need for objective and critical review of the therapeutic and safety data on cannabis, especially now as the laws are being changed to allow for multiple uses of this misunderstood botanical. The world needs standards for Cannabis and the many phytochemicals that come from it so lawmakers can properly categorize them and
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