The owners of a pioneering recreational and medical cannabis business, Denver Relief, announced the sale today of their cultivation and infused products facilities to CMH Brands, a Colorado company tapped by Willie’s Reserve to process its marijuana products.
The sale comes two weeks after Denver Relief, founded in 2009, sold its retail store to Colorado-based Terrapin Care Station, another venerable retailer which already has two recreational storefronts in Aurora and a combined recreational-medical operation in Boulder.
Denver Relief owners Ean Seeb and Kayvan Khalatbari have announced that they plan to stay in the cannabis industry, but will focus their attention on their cannabis advisory firm, Denver Relief Consulting, which has clients in Colorado, Nevada, Illinois, Florida and other states.
“Denver Relief specifically chose CMH Brands because of their connection with Willie’s Reserve and their dedication to growing and supporting high-quality cannabis on independent, local farms,” the company said in a press release.
Seeb and Khalatbari also plan to become more involved with their community philanthropic project known as the Green Team, and hope to take over operations of Sensible Colorado, the advocacy group that helped pass legalization in the state.