Cannabix Technologies, Inc. (BLOZF)

BLO_logoAs marijuana rises in popularity and legitimacy, companies are flocking to answer the various needs that come with it. From research, cultivation, processing, and marketing, all the way up to commercial and personal use, the many aspects of the industry are covered by new and existing businesses. However, the Vancouver, Canada-based Cannabix Technologies, Inc stands out because it caters to the field of law enforcement through its Marijuana Breathalyzer.

Cannabix Technologies, Inc is a technology company whose prime product is the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer, a drug-impairment recognition device. Much like the common alcohol breathalyzer, it is a tool that can be used by law enforcers to determine a person’s drug intoxication through breath testing. The Marijuana Breathalyzer analyzes breath samples and detects tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psychoactive component of marijuana and has been found to cause intoxication.

The breath-testing technology in the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer emerged from a study in Sweden. Kal Malhi, a former Canada Mountie (member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) and current Cannabix President, saw the importance of this technology to identify drivers who are high. The company touts its product as a tool to inhibit marijuana-intoxicated drivers as well as employees whose THC intoxication could be hazardous in the workplace.

Cannabix Technologies started out in 2011 as West Point Resources, Inc, an earlier developer of the cannabis breathalyzer under the brand name Cannabix. The company then changed its name to Cannabix Technologies, Inc only in August 2014.

Currently, Cannabix Technologies is traded in the Canadian Securities Exchange as BLO and in the US OTC markets as BLOZF. It has a market cap of USD 7.4 M. Its top officers are Rav Mlait, CEO; Kal Malhi, President; Dr. Raj Attariwala, Chief Engineer; Dr. Bruce Goldberger, Senior Advisor; and Bryan Loree, CFO.


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Cannabix Technologies Provides Update on Marijuana Breathalyzer Development

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Cannabix Technologies Completes Breath Collection Unit and Provides Update

Cannabix Technologies Inc. (CSE:BLO) (OTC PINK: BLOZF) (the “Company or Cannabix”) developer of the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer for law enforcement and the workplace, is pleased report that it has received an initial version of its portable handheld device that will provide for easy collection of breath samples at the point of care. In collaboration with Company scientists, MistyWest Engineering of Vancouver was engaged to develop a breath collection unit (“BCU”) in late November, that would interface directly with the innovative FAIMS (field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry) based instrument for the detection of THC in human breath that Cannabix is developing.

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Cannabix Technologies Engages MistyWest - Provides Development Update on Marijuana Breathalyzer

Cannabix Technologies Inc. (CSE:BLO) (OTC PINK: BLOZF) (the “Company or Cannabix”) developer of the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer for law enforcement and the workplace, is pleased report that it has engaged a leading B.C. based engineering and design firm for the development of a handheld breath collection device for its marijuana breathalyzer unit. MistyWest Engineering of Vancouver has begun work on a portable handheld device that will provide for easy collection of breath samples at the point of care.