Neutra to unveil new vapor pen at Cannabis Cup trade show

The executive leadership from Neutra Corp. (OTCBB: NTRR) will travel to Denver this week to seek out distribution and build brand awareness for the company's new vapor pen at one of the world's largest cannabis conventions: the Cannabis Cup.

Running April 19-20, Cannabis Cup Denver is a two-day trade show and exposition sponsored by High Times magazine that attracts hundreds of vendors, buyers, retailers and consumers. Vendors will be showing off the latest and greatest cannabis delivery systems and horticultural equipment, with multiple seminars each day on topics including legalization regulations, political issues, indoor horticulture and cannabis cooking.

The massive event will be the ideal place to showcase Diamond Anvil Designs' groundbreaking new vapor pen, said NTRR CEO Sydney Jim.

"The Cannabis Cup in Denver is one of the world's largest gatherings of major players in the cannabis industry," Mr. Jim said. "It will be an ideal opportunity for us to secure wide distribution of our new vapor product."

Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamond Anvil Designs, NTRR is perfecting customizable vapor pens for the booming cannabis marketplace that can be adapted to deliver a variety of nutraceutical substances, including dry herbs, oils and waxes. The lightweight, portable delivery systems will stand out from competing products at the show thanks to their customizable power levels, multi-substance vaporization capacity and best-in-class durability.

By providing a variety of new technologies designed to ensure safer, more reliable access to cannabis in approved markets, Neutra Corp. plans to enjoy unprecedented growth in 2014 alongside Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTCBB: CBIS), GW Pharmaceuticals, plc (NASDAQ: GWPH) and CannaBusiness Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CBGI), delivering technological advancements in the cultivation and processing of cannabis in approved markets.


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