How to buy Creso Pharma shares
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Creso Pharma overview
Creso Pharma Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in developing cannabis and hemp-derived therapeutic-grade Nutraceuticals and Medical Cannabis products with a range of applications in both human and animal health. The Company's principal activity is to develop, register and commercialize pharmaceutical-grade cannabis and hemp-based nutraceutical products and treatments. The Company's segments include Hemp-Industries s.r.o. (Hemp-Industries), which includes hemp-growing operations, outsourced cannabidiol (CBD) extraction and CBD product sales activities; Creso Pharma Switzerland GmbH (Switzerland), which includes the development and commercialization of its therapeutic products, and Creso Pharma Limited (Creso), which includes the Company's corporate administration. The Company primarily offers human health and animal health products, and hemp-derived extracts, oils and proteins.
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