Three approved ETS Extractors
Medical Infused Product Company for Sale
Amazing chance to start or expand your current Medical extraction or edibles operation. Unit has a C1D2 extraction room certified for 3 machines. Unit also has a commercial kitchen with hood and stove for edibles. C1D2 build allows flexibility and space not available in new lab builds. Grandfathered C1D2 Lab in Colorado Springs.
Explosion proof freezer - $8,000.00 value
Misc tables, chairs, cubicles, computers ect
Over $250,000 of equipment alone
Over $300,000 spent on TI, HVAC and equipment installs over the years.
Neighboring unit included in lease, currently used for office and warehouse space.
Gross sales produced by this lab in
2018 - $1,060,000
2017 - $1,725,000
Has 3 approved ETS Extractors
Industry Friendly Landlord – Current Lease term valid until 07/2020 lease has valid option to renew.
3 – ETS 1300 XLE setups with additional Canisters = $100,000 value
3- Haskell Pumps – $9,000.00 value
4 Ai Vac ovens = $20,000.00 value
7 Commercial Freezers = $14,000.00 value
ElGI Air compressor system for pumps = $20,000.00 value
MTA 031 Chiller System - $8,000.00 value
The way people are ingesting marijuana is slowly changing. A Department of Revenue report showed more people across Colorado are buying edibles and concentrate. Daniel Martin, General Manager at Green Farms, a medicinal facility in Colorado Springs explains why someone might be leaning toward another option, "Flower sales remain relatively consistent while edibles and concentrates continue to grow," the Department of Revenue report said. Edible sales increased by 13.8 percent and concentrate sales nearly doubled, increasing by 94.6 percent. A cashier at Pueblo West recreational marijuana store, Marisol Therapeutics says, "A lot of people build up a tolerance when you smoke a lot of weed so you've got to switch over to the wax now." This reflects the change dispensaries are seeing in their stores across the state. The mid-year numbers show the average price per pound of bud is going down. The current price per pound is $759, down from $846 in 2017.