African Medical Cannabis Producers
Medi Kingdom Holdings are the first and largest licensed medical cannabis producer in Africa. They began growing their first crop in 2016 and currently operate from 3 sites in the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho, well known for its high quality cannabis growing environment.
Medi Kingdom is Africa’s first and largest licensed medical cannabis producer. Located in Lesotho, a landlocked mountainous country inside South Africa. Lesotho is a major traditional grower of cannabis and has an ideal climate and unique local strains.
Medi kingdom is a privately held company with strong ties to the United Kingdom including pharmaceutical and biotech industry partnerships.
Rhizo Sciences is collaborating with Medi Kingdom to build and manage of 400,000 square foot export facility in Lesotho, Africa to meet growing international demand for medical cannabis.
The cGMP certified export facility will include 35,000 m2 (375,000 sf) of secure climate controlled greenhouses and 25,000 square feet of pharmaceutical grade extraction and manufacturing plant and equipment on a 20 hectare site.
Under the agreement Rhizo Sciences will design, build and manage the new $45M facility for Medi Kingdom Holdings. Rhizo Sciences will also purchase the entire production output of the facility, which will exceed 35,000 kg of cannabis flower annually. The facility will export wholesale flower and extracts as well as manufacturing pharmaceutical grade products with an estimated wholesale value of $150M to $200M annually.
Product Sales Enquiries
To enquire about purchasing wholesale medical cannabis (50kg+ orders) from Medi Kingdom or our other international partners please complete a product enquiry form:
All products produced by our cGMP facility in Lesotho will be independently tested and certified for export markets by an independent GLP / ISO accredited laboratory to ensure all exports meet international export and importing country requirements.
As well as their commercial cannabis projects in Lesotho, the company operates its own charity Medi Kingdom Foundation which distributes food and medicine in partnership with NGO groups such as Bring Hope Foundation.
The photos below represent Medi Kingdom’s 2016/17 crop and location for the expanded facility to be completed in 2018.