India Globalization Capital Inc. (IGC) - Get Report   closed trading up 46.3% on Tuesday, Oct. 2, meaning the cannabis stock has jumped more than 450% over the past five sessions. 

IGC announced last week that it executed a partnership deal for several products including infusing an energy drink called "Nitro G" with cannabidiol. Since then, the stock has been unstoppable.

"According to a Grand View Research forecast, the global energy drinks market is projected to be almost $85 billion by the year 2025, with non-alcoholic beverage sales expected to account for a significant portion of the market. This represents a unique opportunity for the development and commercialization of a CBD-infused, sugar free energy beverage," said IGC CEO Ram Mukunda.

The Bethesda, Maryland-based company will offer 797,000 shares of restricted, unregistered, common stock for a 10-year license to market the products in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and South America as well as global rights to all CBD-infused products that are developed under the partnership.

IGC was Wall Street's cannabis stock of choice Tuesday as shares of Canadian cannabis company Tilray Inc. (TLRY) - Get Report fell more than 16% and Canopy Growth Corp. (CGC) - Get Report fell more than 6%. 

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