NetworkNewsBreaks – American Premium Water Corp. (HIPH) Enters Partnership with Pain Management App and Platform

American Premium Water (OTC: HIPH) recently announced its entrance into a partnership with Upside Health’s product Ouchie, a pain management app and platform designed to aid the more than 120 million Americans living with chronic pain. Through various methods, such as new treatments like cannabidiol (“CBD”) and tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”), Ouchie intends to empower patients to address their pain management. American Premium Water’s LALPINA CBD will be offered for sale on the platform as part of the available treatments employing CBD. “I am happy to announce the start of our partnership with Ouchie. Chronic pain affects almost 1 out of every 2 Americans. Traditional medications have fallen short of creating an effective solution for these patients. I believe CBD, and the Company’s LALPINA CBD beverage can be part of the pain solution for these patients. This partnership is the first of many that I envision within the healthcare space that will utilize our CBD products as part of a comprehensive plan that will be more effective than current methods,” American Premium Water CEO and Interim Chairman Ryan Fishoff stated in the news release.

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About American Premium Water Corp.

HIPH is a manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of branded consumer products. It currently markets and distributes products under LALPINA and Gents brands. Under the LALPINA brand, the company develops hydrogen-infused energy products. Currently, the product line includes – 1) LALPINA Hydrogen and 2) LALPINA Hydrogen CBD. Gents is a producer of luxury hats and other fine accessories and apparel. The brand is carried in over 200 retail outlets internationally, including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue, among other boutiques and upscale retailers. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.AmericanPremiumWater.com

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