NetworkNewsBreaks – Marijuana Company of America Inc. (MCOA) Launches New CBD-Infused hempSMART(TM) Body Cream

Innovative hemp and cannabis corporation Marijuana Company of America (OTCQB: MCOA) today announced that its hempSMART(TM) brand has launched a new product called hempSMART Body Cream(TM). Per the update, the nourishing topical product is formulated with 300mg of organically grown, full spectrum, non-psychoactive cannabinoid (“CBD”), derived from industrial hemp, and a unique blend of synergistic Ayurvedic herbs and botanicals. “The new hempSMART Body Cream is a major advancement in the wellness arena,” Paula Vetter, holistic nurse practitioner, certified herbalist and chair of the hempSMART Medical Advisory Board said in the news release. “The cream is completely free of toxins that are commonly found in many skin care products and absorbed through the skin and into the blood stream. Instead, hempSMART’s Body Cream is a topical wellness solution that sets a new standard in the industry by improving the overall health of skin with each use.”

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About Marijuana Company of America Inc.

MCOA is a corporation that participates in: (1) product research and development of legal hemp-based consumer products under the brand name hempSMART, which targets general health and well-being; (2) an affiliate marketing program to promote and sell its legal hemp-based consumer products containing CBD; (3) leasing of real property to separate business entities engaged in the growth and sale of cannabis in those states and jurisdictions where cannabis has been legalized and properly regulated for medicinal and recreational use; and (4) the expansion of its business into ancillary areas of the legalized cannabis and hemp industry as the legalized markets and opportunities in this segment mature and develop. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.MarijuanaCompanyofAmerica.com.

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