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on December 13, 2017 in Weekly Videos

CBD Oil and THC Cancer Treatment

CBD Oil Cancer Treatment More and more, it’s not just Holistic Doctors are aware of the benefits of CBD oil cancer treatments, but Doctors in many other fields are opening up to the possibility that CBD oil based products may be useful in dealing with cancer. There is still a lot of opposition about CBD in the medical and holistic fields about CBD and the positive effects it can have. The amazing results people with cancer get when using CBD oil cancer treatment is astounding. The problem is that without sufficient testing it’s hard to say what specific effect...

CBD Oil Cancer Treatment More and more, it’s not just Holistic Doctors are aware of the benefits of CBD oil cancer treatments, but Doctors in many other fields are opening up to the possibility that CBD oil based products...

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on December 11, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Banks, Cash and Apps for Cannabis Companies

Digital Currency for Marijuana Transactions Bitcoin has been in the news lately, but have you tried cryptocurrencies? hydroponic-cannabis-seedlings-1423207-m.jpg Our Los Angeles marijuana lawyers have seen the development of a digital currencies that allow for an alterative way to pay for substances – legal or illegal. The goal of this payment method is to provide a safe and secure cash alternative to industries that typically operate on a cash-only basis. The problem for legal dispensaries has been that banks refuse to do business with them. This forces legitimate businesses to resort to large cash transactions, which are logistically difficult and...

Digital Currency for Marijuana Transactions Bitcoin has been in the news lately, but have you tried cryptocurrencies? hydroponic-cannabis-seedlings-1423207-m.jpg Our Los Angeles marijuana lawyers have seen the development of a digital currencies that allow for an alterative way to pay...

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on December 8, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Marijuana and Opioids

Opioid addiction rates continue to skyrocket A new study finds that the number of Americans being diagnosed with opioid addiction continues to skyrocket, but still very few receive any treatment. This is in line with the rising trend documented in previous reports. An analysis from Blue Cross Blue Shield of its members found that from 2010 to 2016, the number of people diagnosed with an addiction to opioids — including both legal prescription drugs like oxycodone and hydrocodone, as well as illicit drugs — climbed 493%. In 2010, there were just 1.4 incidences of opioid use disorder among every...

Opioid addiction rates continue to skyrocket A new study finds that the number of Americans being diagnosed with opioid addiction continues to skyrocket, but still very few receive any treatment. This is in line with the rising trend documented...

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on December 6, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Reclassify Cannabis

California Officially Calls On Feds To Reclassify Marijuana Last November, California voters approved a ballot measure to legalize marijuana. Now, the state’s lawmakers are formally calling on the federal government to reclassify cannabis. “The Legislature urges the Congress of the United States to pass a law to reschedule marijuana or cannabis and its derivatives from a Schedule I drug to an alternative schedule, therefore allowing the legal research and development of marijuana or cannabis for medical use,” reads a joint resolution approved by the California Assembly on Thursday with a vote of 60 to 10. https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomangell/2017/09/18/california-officially-calls-on-feds-to-reclassify-marijuana/#3e0af403427a New federal bill...

California Officially Calls On Feds To Reclassify Marijuana Last November, California voters approved a ballot measure to legalize marijuana. Now, the state’s lawmakers are formally calling on the federal government to reclassify cannabis. “The Legislature urges the Congress of...

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on December 3, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Women and the Cannabis Industry

Weed Warriors: Meet Six Women Shaping the Cannabis Industry From creating edibles to crafting policy, these women are influencing the way marijuana industry is rolling out in America Among the many benefits of marijuana legalization – from an influx of tax revenue to a reduced prison population – the emerging $7 billion market is providing new opportunities, with fewer barriers, for enterprising women. As a product, cannabis “crosses genders, ethnicities, economic backgrounds and political views,” says Sally Nichols, a leading pot investor. “To me, that was a game-changer.” Here are six women advancing the cause of America’s most intoxicating...

Weed Warriors: Meet Six Women Shaping the Cannabis Industry From creating edibles to crafting policy, these women are influencing the way marijuana industry is rolling out in America Among the many benefits of marijuana legalization – from an influx...

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on December 1, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Real Estate Benefits From Cannabis

A Real Estate Boom, Powered by Pot At the edge of an industrial park in this suburb south of Boston, past a used-car auction lot and a defunct cheese factory, is an unmarked warehouse bristling with security cameras and bustling with activity. Until recently, the cinder-block structure was home to a wholesale florist, a granite cutter and a screen printer. Today, it is home to just one tenant: a medical marijuana operation called Ermont. Legalized marijuana has already upset societal norms, created a large legal gray area and generated a lucrative source of tax revenue. Now it is upending...

A Real Estate Boom, Powered by Pot At the edge of an industrial park in this suburb south of Boston, past a used-car auction lot and a defunct cheese factory, is an unmarked warehouse bristling with security cameras and...

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on November 29, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Canadian Cannabis is a Good Investment

Find The Best Canadian Marijuana Stocks or Pot Stock to Invest In Canada’s Liberal government has paved the way for recreational use in the near future, boosting the value of marijuana stocks or “pot stock”. Below you will find ten of the best marijuana stocks covered by our analysts. The medical marijuana industry has taken off in Canada; companies and investors alike want a piece of the action of this industry that could expand quickly to $5 billion annually. SmallCapPower identifies the best Marijuana Stocks that could see new highs from this budding industry. The ‘pot stock’ boom was...

Find The Best Canadian Marijuana Stocks or Pot Stock to Invest In Canada’s Liberal government has paved the way for recreational use in the near future, boosting the value of marijuana stocks or “pot stock”. Below you will find...

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on November 27, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Cannabis Banking Dilemma

Why Marijuana Businesses Still Can’t Get Bank Accounts Tim Cullen’s marijuana business brought in millions of dollars last year, but he’s had a hard time finding a bank to take the money. He’s cycled through 14 checking accounts in six years. Recently, he said, a bank shut down all his personal accounts, including college savings for his 3-year-old son. Federal law prohibits banks and credit unions from taking marijuana money. So here in Colorado, everyone involved with the state’s legal cannabis industry has a banking problem. Businesses can’t get loans, customers have to pay in cash, and state tax...

Why Marijuana Businesses Still Can’t Get Bank Accounts Tim Cullen’s marijuana business brought in millions of dollars last year, but he’s had a hard time finding a bank to take the money. He’s cycled through 14 checking accounts in...

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on November 21, 2017 in Weekly Videos

All About Hemp

Henry Ford Made a Hemp Car I found an interesting tidbit in the history of natural fiber with industrial applications. There is a long history of use of natural fiber to reinforce automobile parts. Here is some archival footage of Henry Ford’s Hemp Car. Click on the link above and it will take you to an interesting youtube video. Apparently Henry Ford made a car where the exterior was some sort of fiber-reinforced composite using industrial hemp. The video shows Henry Ford hitting the trunk of the car with an axe, and it doesn’t leave a dent. An article...

Henry Ford Made a Hemp Car I found an interesting tidbit in the history of natural fiber with industrial applications. There is a long history of use of natural fiber to reinforce automobile parts. Here is some archival footage...

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on November 20, 2017 in Weekly Videos

Police Support Pot and So Do Former Politicians

Canadian Cannabis Chamber includes ex-cabinet ministers and a former Calgary police chief Former Calgary police chief Rick Hanson and two past Alberta cabinet ministers are part of a group working to promote the legal recreational marijuana industry. Former justice minister Jonathan Denis belongs to an organization called the Canadian Cannabis Chamber that is providing legal, lobbying and security advice to companies as Canada prepares for the legalization of pot next July. Denis said he never dreamed he would be working as an advocate for an industry that will sell a substance that people were arrested for during his years...

Canadian Cannabis Chamber includes ex-cabinet ministers and a former Calgary police chief Former Calgary police chief Rick Hanson and two past Alberta cabinet ministers are part of a group working to promote the legal recreational marijuana industry. Former justice...

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