NASDAQ:OGI (OrganiGram Holdings)

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Based in Atlantic Canada, OrganiGram sells medical cannabis both online and via phone to individuals and physicians. The company operates five healing centers for post-traumatic stress disorder treatment, chronic pain, trauma therapy, and medical cannabis as an alternative medicine.

OrganiGram Holdings (NASDAQ: OGI)
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