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Curtis Mathes Corporation (OTC: TLED) subsidiary, Curtis Mathes Therapeutics, Inc. (CMTI) has received 60+ red light therapy (RLT) modules for initial photonics testing and product fabrication. CMTI's RLT units will feature a novel spectrum of light that has been shown in the scientific literature to greatly accelerate recovery from various injuries, including burns, lacerations and deep muscle tissue damage. CMTI has already been collecting anecdotal data from numerous study participants using prototype devices to evaluate the efficacy of RLT in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, chronic inflammation, and various degenerative neuropathies.
Curtis Mathes Corporation (OTC: TLED) has written an article documenting the state of horticultural lighting in the cannabis and hemp sectors, which has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed technical journal Cannabis Science and Technology. The article titled, 'Lighting: Setting the state for genetic potential in cannabis and hemp' features discussion about existing technologies, pertinent metrics used to evaluate the efficacy of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and high intensity discharge (HID) lighting, and future considerations for controlled environment agriculture (CEA), such as the utilization of daily light integrals (DLI) for greenhouse applications and the modulation of phytochemical content through phytochrome manipulation. The article is scheduled to be incorporated in the forthcoming January/February issue.
Curtis Mathes Corporation (OTC: TLED) will begin featuring clients of Curtis Mathes Grow Lights, Inc. (CMGL) through the regular dissemination of 'spotlight' articles. Since January 2020, CMGL has sold over 4 Million Watts of their award-winning Harvester® lighting system, to be used for the cultivation of a wide variety of plant crops and cannabis/hemp varietals.