A Brief Story Highlighting Universal Labs’ Family, Vision, and Values

Andrew’s Cancer Spread to 96% of His Brain. He Says the Reason
He’s Alive Today is Cannabis Oil:

We would like to highlight a story for you of a life that is dear to us at Universal Labs.
Andrew is a master gardener & grower, a practicing Buddhist and a dear friend who has been selected to manage Satori Gardens, a planned botanical medicine development and education center under the Universal Labs Opportunity Fund umbrella.

Andrew celebrated his 57th birthday a week ago, despite multiple oncologists warnings that he had no more than 18 months to live back in 2005. Andrew had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma that had invaded 96% his brain, even with over a year’s aggressive chemotherapy treatment behind him. When his doctors seized further treatment and recommended palliative care, Andrew got creative and developed a custom-tailored regimen of THC oils (commonly known as Rick Simpson Oil) and other botanical-based medicines. He believes he is alive today because of these alternative medicines, and has dedicated his life to serving others suffering from the same or similar ailments.

This is one of many life stories we’ve heard and helped write from survivors of serious diseases.  People like Andrew give us inspiration; they teach and motivate our team to fulfill our mission at the Universal Labs Opportunity Fund.  We’re honored to have them among us and we want to especially thank and acknowledge Andrew today.  Without him and his wisdom and experience, and the support of our shareholders and partners around the world, we would simply be unable to bring to market botanical and probiotic medicines while furthering research, education, and care options for all of humanity.

One of our first major projects within the Universal Labs Opportunity Fund portfolio is the completion of a 100 acre working botanical garden in beautiful McMinnville, Oregon. With experts like Andrew and other master growers, botanists, chemists and scientists we can fulfill our mission to develop and showcase plants from all over the world that have been shown to be effective medicines, such as patented hemp strains to produce CBD oils targeted to specific cancer treatments. Thanks to these natural medicines, Andrew and others can be part of our family for many years to come.

We welcome your inquiries and continued interest as we develop new infrastructure around the Satori Gardens, including an on-site outpatient clinic and a conference center to host educational seminars for doctors, patients, and scientists from around the world coming to explore this new paradigm in healthcare.

Satori Gardens and Satori Care

The Fund has a long-term plan to develop Satori Gardens and Satori Care as wholly owned subsidiaries to advance the mission and profitability of the Fund, to serve our community, and mankind for many generations.

Satori Gardens

The property is intended to showcase the healing properties of botanical medicines derived from common and exotic plants that have been proven effective in treating chronic ailments for millennia.

The property includes a 6,000 square foot southern-style mansion and 9,000 square feet of additional space ideal for hosting educational seminars and events to serve doctors, scientists, patients and policymakers by developing and administering treatments, and by engaging the brightest minds in holistic healing via seminars, symposiums and public education.  The property can continue to operate as a public venue, welcoming local non-profit organizations to host tournaments, fundraisers, celebrations, and educational events.

Satori Care

Adjacent to the planned Satori Gardens is a former 22-bed clinic the Fund will renovate and use as a research center, and potentially as an outpatient treatment center in the future. Both properties were once owned by Dr. Byron A. White (1893-1963).  Dr. White practiced as a “bloodless surgeon” in McMinnville for 41 years, pioneering chiropractic treatments and pain mitigation technologies within the “Happy Acres Clinic and Hospital” adjacent to his large colonial home.  Since his death the clinic has been operated as an outpatient clinic, an elder care facility, and as a church.

The Universal Labs Opportunity Fund sees these properties as fundamental to the mission, in that they will enable success for the Fund, our community, and the naturopathic healthcare industry.