Bazelet Health Systems has three operating subsidiaries: Bazelet Oglesby, Bazelet Research and Innovation, and Bazelet Learning.
- Bazelet Oglesby is an innovative, forward-thinking plant science company establishing itself as a world leader in tissue culture propagation and the production of young plants for the global horticulture industry.
- Bazelet Research and Innovation is revolutionizing the field of genome engineering and sequencing using CRISPR-Cas9. This new technology empowers the company with limitless applications in disease therapeutics, drug discovery, agriculture, biofuels and more. Bazelet Research is pinpointing correlations between the genetic effects of certain cannabis strains for optimal industrial, medicinal and consumer application.
- Bazelet Learning offers a comprehensive, accredited cannabis educational coursework with learning programs intended for academic institutions, physicians and healthcare, patients, consumers, government, and non-government organizations.
“The acquisition of Bazelet Health Systems brings immense value to our shareholders and immediately puts Neon Bloom, Inc. in the global forefront of the legal cannabis/hemp industry.” Said David Grand, Bazelet co-founder and Director of Research.
About Neon Bloom, Inc. Neon Bloom, Inc. (OTC: NBCO), wholly owns Bazelet Health Systems, Inc. Bazelet Health Systems represents a deliberate strategy to create a centralized focus on safe, effective medical treatment and healthcare through exceptional genetics, research, and education.
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SOURCE Bazelet Health