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1 Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. Power Point Presentation February 15, 2014 1

2 Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. Cautionary Statement on Forward Looking Information This presentation contains forward-looking statements and information, within the meaning of Canadian securities laws and “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, Section 21E of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, “safe harbor” of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and in any applicable Canadian securities regulations, concerning the business and operations of Green Hygienics. Forward-looking statements may include estimates, plans, expectations, opinions, forecasts, projections, guidance or other statements that are not statements of fact. Forward-looking statements in this presentation include statements regarding Brazil’s power market, economy and electricity demand, the quality of Green Hygienics ’s assets and the resiliency of the cash flow they will generate, anticipated financial performance, future commissioning of assets, expected completion of acquisitions, future energy prices and demand for electricity, and Green Hygienics’s growth prospects, distribution profile, financial condition and access to capital. Forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as “plans”, “expects”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “intends”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “potentially”, “tends”, “continue”, “attempts”, “likely”, “primarily”, “approximately”, “endeavours”, “pursues”, “strives”, “seeks”, “targets” or variations of such words and phrases, or statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved. Although we believe that our anticipated future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements and information in this presentation are based upon reasonable assumptions and expectations will prove to have been correct. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and information as such statements and information involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from anticipated future results, performance or achievement expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and information. For further information on risk factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contemplated or implied by the forward-looking statements, please consult our Annual Report and other regulatory filings including the “Risk Factors” included in our Annual Information Form. 2

3 Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. 3 “Providing clean technology products and services to preserve and promote the health of people, communities and our planet.”

4 GHH’s Vision 4 “GHH will achieve significant revenue growth and profitability by consistently providing effectively engineered energy products and quality service to its clients around the world”

5 GHH’s Mission 5 “GHH is committed to providing “best in class” clean power technology solutions to its clients to achieve reduced carbon outputs and significant cost savings in their operations.”

6 GHH’s Values Trust - tell the truth and face the facts as it builds trust and earns respect with all stakeholders Integrity - hold the interests of stakeholders paramount in all decisions “Straight line, no frills" business approach ensures the job is done in an efficient and low cost manner Accountability for our actions and build relationships with clear accountabilities 6

7 GHH Business Model 1.Assets - Acquire, licence or develop key intellectual assets. Invest in companies that supply alternate clean energy solutions. Leverage these intellectual assets to generate revenues 2.Operations - Establish Wholesale Cleantech Distribution Centers in emerging markets with an existing demand for solutions 3.Projects - Develop or Joint venture long term Wind Farm, Solar Farm or Biotech Projects 7

8 1. Intellectual Property Assets and License Portfolio 2. Wholesale Cleantech Distribution Centers - Operating Subsidiaries and Joint Venture Partnerships Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. (USA) 3. Cleantech Energy Projects GHH Organizational Chart

9 Growth Strategy 9 Source  Best in Class Technology  Intellectual Assets  Business Partners Assess  Economic Viability  Commercialization Stage  Strategic Alliance Acquire  Joint Venture  Purchase  Licensing Rights Deliver  Subsidiary or Partnership  Licensing and Brand Development  PPA/MSA  Finance Contracts

10 GHH Team - Diversified, Skilled and Experienced Dave Ashby, CEO - Mr. Ashby is a dynamic professional with several years experience in marketing, venture capital and global market expansion to serve the Green Hygienics organization. With a Bachelor of Arts with a Mathematics major and an Economics minor, Dave co-founded a multi-million dollar international pipeline x-ray company. Mr. Ashby held an Atomic Energy License, working for over 20 years in the Oil and Gas Industry. For the last 27 years Dave has provided financing, consulting, and marketing services to several companies in the oil and gas service and high technology sectors. David Harris, Chairman of the Board - A Senior Executive with a track record in transforming organizations and increasing profit. Proficient in building sales and customer focused cultures. Earned a reputation as a clear communicator who can align employees with a vision and lead change while remaining focused on business objectives. David earned a B. Comm. from the University of Alberta, 1977 and a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designation. He is currently the National Accounts Executive for Great-West Life, Group Retirement Service. 10

11 GHH Team - Diversified, Skilled and Experienced Don Hicks, Advisory Board - Since graduating with a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) designation in Petroleum Technology from SAIT, Don has gained over 35 years’ experience in Canada’s oilfield pipeline sector. He has been Project Manager on several projects ranging from $20 million to $2 billion dollars. His skills include large project construction management, Environmental Health and Safety supervision and design and implementation of reliable maintenance systems. Don’s oilfield services background will be pivotal in introducing clean technology solutions to the oilfield sector. Dave Vaishnav, Advisory Board – Dave has held senior leadership positions on projects from initial design to "just in time" delivery for the US Air Force, US Military, GE and Boeing. With a Bachelor of Engineering from Gujarat University in India, an MBA Degree from Western Washington University and a Diploma in Industrial Engineering and Management, Dave has gained over 34 years experience in the fields of engineering, contract administration, project design & management and manufacturing of new technology platforms in global markets. 11

12 1. Assets - IP and Corporate. Acquisitions 12  Hybrid Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Commercialization joint venture with Aartha USA Inc. 50% Interest  Lumisave LED Lighting License Agreement for Brazil  Vertical Axis Wind Turbine product joint venture development with European group  MATTHAT Inc. - Existing business with established revenue growth trend and distribution in the Canadian oilfield industry  Brasil Wind Service LLC. - Existing business with POs and distribution in the Brazil small wind market

13 2. Establish Wholesale.. Cleantech Distribution Centers Why Brazil?  GDP Growth almost 2X U.S. and Canada.  A shortage of rainfall is drying up Brazil's hydropower dams, leading to fears of electricity shortages and the possibility of energy rationing. Very costly for ports, petrochemical plants, factories etc. to be shut down for days. There is great concern for this with regard to the World Cup Soccer (2014) and Olympics (2016) upcoming.  Low government debt, stable macroeconomic environment: Moderate & stable inflation, falling interest rates. The Brazilian government is planning investments - $872 billion (2020) with $600 billion investment in energy sector.  Recent legislation in Brazil has permitted 'net metering' for wind and solar projects of less than 1MW, thereby encouraging interest in 'distributed generation' or small scale, localised, renewable energy projects.  50% of 204 million are now emerging middle class. Per capita electricity demand to double within 20 years. 13

14 Brazil Wind Power SOURCE: (Brazil Wind Power Conference: 2013,Rio de Janeiro) 14

15 Ceara, Brazil “The Sustainable Development State”  ADECE - implements the policies and directives for the economic, industrial, commercial, services, agricultural and technological development.  Land available for Cleantech Companies. Pecem Tax Free Port; new petrochemicals refinery (Petrobas), new steel mill being constructed by Korea's Posco Engineering and construction for The Steel Company of Pecem.  Subsidized funding from Brazil’s development banks (BNDES and Banco de Nordeste) for manufacturing within the country and export. 80 to 100% loan to value. Lower interest rates, in local currency (Real). Inter American  Development Bank loan ($400 million for roads). GDP 7.5% exceeds that of any other state in Brazil. 15

16 3. Potential Long Term Projects  Solar Farm - Auxin Solar a Taiwanese potential joint venture partner and Soren Rasmusen (Holds sole rights to manufacture solar panels in Brazil)  Wind Farm - 24 Megawatt capability. Thayron Energy, is our joint venture partner with property in Brazil. GHH has contracted for 12 AVIC 2.05MW Wind Turbines 16

17 The GHB Team - Diversified and Experienced Renata Mourão, CEO for Green Hygienics Brasil, Advisory Board and Legal Counsel for Business Operations - Born and raised in Ceara state, Renata is equally accomplished as a lawyer and business owner. She practiced public law at both the municipal and state levels focusing on business and commercial law. Renata and her husband successfully turned around a failing beverage distribution company with over 75 employees making it profitable in just two years. Renata brings specialized skills in management, sales, finance and logistics that will help guide our company in business development and government relations in Ceara. Claudio Fontenelle Angelim, Advisory Board and Corporate Counsel - Born and raised in Fortaleza, Ceara. Claudio graduated with Both Business Administration and Law degrees from the University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR). He has very effectively used both degrees to successfully own and operate companies in the retail, agricultural products and a major beverage distribution company. Currently, he is Senior Partner in his law firm specializing in civil, corporate and immigration law. Claudio’s combination of legal and business operations experience will be critical for the smooth market entry and establishment of Green Hygienics in the Brazilian cleantech market. Wilmar Pereira, Advisory Board and VP of Business Operations - Born and educated in Brazil, Wilmar obtained his Business Administration degree from the Universidade Federal da Bahia. His twenty years of senior management experience in the hospitality industry allowed Wilmar to develop the strategic planning, customer service and marketing skills which have been applied in the micro wind generation business. 17

18 GHH Corporate Information  GRYN is a publicly listed USA Corporation registered in the state of Nevada. Trading symbol OTCQB: GRYN  Audited USGAAP, fully reporting company in USA, Canada and Germany  Approx. 11M shares issued. No preferred shares or warrants outstanding and no long term debt  Listed on Boerse Berlin and listing on a Canadian Exchange planned for Q1/14 18

19 GHH Investment Activity 1.Acquire, license and develop Intellectual Property Assets - Hybrid Vanadium Redox Flow Battery, Vertical Axis Wind Turbine. Lumisave LED lighting inventory. Total $3.25M 2.Invest in established, profitable, operating companies to establish Cleantech Wholesale Distribution Centers - MATTHAT Inc. and Brasil Wind Service LLC. Total $2M 3.Invest in land packages and secure joint venture partnerships for long term wind, solar and bioenergy projects. Payout contract on AVIC Wind Turbines. Total $2.78M GHH Financing  Private Placement of 1,500,000 common shares, an S1 Registration of 2,500,000 common shares and Secured Convertible Debentures 19

20 GHH Value Proposition Intellectual Property Assets and License Portfolio:  Aartha USA Inc. Joint Venture partnership to commercialize the Hybrid Vanadium Redox Flow Battery $2.5M  Negotiating Licenses with City Wind, Marylin Wind and JV Partnership to develop VAWT.5M  Lumisave Lighting Product License for LED lighting solutions.25M Wholesale Cleantech Product Distribution Centers:  MOU to purchase Brasil Wind Service and MATTHAT 2M  Land in State Technology Park for use as base of operations 3M  Land in Maracanau Industrial Park for use as distribution center 2M Long Term Project Development:  12 - 2.05 Megawatt Avic Wind Turbines under contract. 24M Total $34.75M 20

21 GHH Projected Four Year ROI 21 Revenue from Operations and Projects:  Brazil Cleantech Distribution Center NOI $4M  India and Canada Distribution Centers NOI each $2M  24MW Wind Farm Interest of 50% NOI of $12M with PPA  50MW Solar Farm Interest of 10% NOI of $25M with PPA  Total NOI of $16.5M, valued at a 10 times multiple $165M Proprietary Intellectual Property and License Portfolio:  Aartha Hybrid Redox Flow Vanadium Battery  VAWT (Vertical Axis Wind Turbine) Technology  Licenses – Lumisave, City Wind, etc.  Total Valuation TBD Real Estate Holdings:  Brazil - Maracanau Industrial and Chorozinho Technology Center 10M  India and Canada Centers 5M Total $180M

22 THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME  For more information please visit our website Or contact: Dave Ashby 250.878.7333 22

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