Individuals may sign up for one, two, or all three studies for $10 each and will receive credit off their first order. Price Institute will begin with topical products from various organic materials.
Purchase Starter Kits for business, inventor, or developer entities. Registration fees start at $50.00.
Purchase stock for $5.00 per share (with a minimum of 10 shares). Special foregin investor options also available, including
EB-5 Visa opportunities.
This study is the first project of the Price Institute of Organic Medicine. Utah's HB130 provides the impetus for this study. The mission of the Price Institute of Organic Medicine is to produce Organic Medicines that are available and affordable. All products produced are verified as clean medical grade to comply with the guidelines of HB130. Once the requirements HB130 bill are satisfied, Price Institute’s focus will expand to include producing bulk medical grade products for other producers of organic materials. These materials will be suitable for use in medicines, and cosmetics. The packaging and shipping division will begin to accept other unconventional organics as soon as the facility is completed.
Price, Utah, in rural Carbon county meets all of the qualifications to be eligible for EB-5 projects and is a perfect place for our project. It’s rural nature makes Carbon County qualify for the $500,000 American Green Card Visa and makes it possible for the Price Institute to allow investors to receive their EB-5 green cards much faster.
Carbon County offers exceptional small town living. The Chamber of Commerce and other organizations are actively involved in the community. There is an art center, museum, a library, many excellent restaurants and lodging services plus a division of the University of Utah. Price is an up and coming community with many resources, an inexpensive housing market and much, much more.
Carbon County’s nine mile canyon, includes the towns of Price, Helper, East Carbon, and Wellington. This canyon is often called the world’s longest art because of all its Fremont rock art. This rock art was carved into the canyon by the Native American Fremont people well over a century ago. The county sits in the high alpine mountains of the Wasatch plateau and slopes down eastward into the desert country which has sagebrush, pinyon and juniper. Price river gets its start on the plateau and cuts through Castle Valley.
Anyone who enjoys exploring the outdoors will find the Book Cliffs, a 200- mile trail from Utah into Colorado ,a great hiking adventure. The Green river, cutting through the beautiful, Grand-Canyon-like Desolation Canyon, is located at the west end of the county. This is one of the most scenic areas in Utah due to the unique and colorful rock formations.