Study Reveals COVID Inflammatory Storms Reduced By Cannabis Use

A Canadian study offers support that some cannabis strains help reduce a specific type of inflammatory distress—called a “cytokine storm”—that proceeds severe cases of acute respiratory distress due to Covid-19. The study was conducted at Pathway Research Inc. at the University of Calgary. The University of Lethbridge, scientists used artificial human skin and the skin tissueContinue reading “Study Reveals COVID Inflammatory Storms Reduced By Cannabis Use”

At Long Last Banking Is Available To California Cannabis Companies

It was announced this week that a California credit union will provide cannabis companies with checking services, wire transfers and other banking staples that most other businesses already enjoy. Even though cannabis and marijuana have been legal since 2018 most banks wanted nothing to do with money from the industry for fear it could exposeContinue reading “At Long Last Banking Is Available To California Cannabis Companies”

DEA Might Start To Issue Cannabis Cultivation Permits In 2021

Currently the University of Mississippi is the lone entity authorized by the Federal Government to grow cannabis for research. After many years of steadfast delay and foot dragging the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency may soon issue licenses to both businesses and institutions to cultivate cannabis for scientists who are doing critical research. Richard Shain, presidentContinue reading “DEA Might Start To Issue Cannabis Cultivation Permits In 2021”

PBR Entering The Cannabis-Infused Drink Market Will Not Go Unnoticed!

Seeing the iconic PBR logo on a cannabis-infused beverage in the beverage aisle might be just the distinctive marketing advantage PBR has been looking for. Pabst Blue Ribbon has struggled for market share for years and this move could signal a period of rapid growth in the North American Market. PBR launched its first infusedContinue reading “PBR Entering The Cannabis-Infused Drink Market Will Not Go Unnoticed!”

$3.9 Billion Dollar Cannabis Merger Demands Everyone’s Attention

Cannabis companies Aphria and Tilray who are based in Canada announced plans to merge in a transaction that will create an international marijuana firm with combined equity value of $3.9 Billion dollars! The new company will be the “world’s largest global cannabis company” the companies said in a joint news release. Under the terms ofContinue reading “$3.9 Billion Dollar Cannabis Merger Demands Everyone’s Attention”

Regulators Consider Loosening Rules To Help Cannabis Operators

Was it COVID-19, the wildfires, the black market or the nationwide fight for racial justice that elicited the change? We can’t really be sure exactly what got the attention of the Cannabis Advisory Committee but they are paying close attention to the difficulty of doing business in 2020 and want to lend a hand. TheContinue reading “Regulators Consider Loosening Rules To Help Cannabis Operators”

First Year Michigan Cannabis Sales Reach Almost $450,000,000.00!

First year cannabis sales in Michigan reached almost $450 Million! Estimates are that second year sales will more than double and reach almost $1 Billion. Consider those numbers and the impact on supply and demand. Now consider that Michigan has less than 10 million residents while California is approaching 40 million residents. The time forContinue reading “First Year Michigan Cannabis Sales Reach Almost $450,000,000.00!”

Cannabis Cultivation Means Being Prepared For Changes

Involvement in any business means you’ll need to anticipate and plan for changes. Is there any reason to think cannabis cultivation would be any different? Every factor you’d have in any other business is in place here and when you add in a changing regulatory environment you can reasonably expect change to happen. Changes areContinue reading “Cannabis Cultivation Means Being Prepared For Changes”

Cannabis Demand Continues To Grow… Insufficient Supply Soon?

Tuesday evening November 11, 2020 Grass Valley became the latest city to approve an ordinance that will allow cannabis related businesses in both light industrial and heavy commercial areas. After a second reading in front of the council the ordinance will take effect in 30 days. The ordinance as written will allow up to tenContinue reading “Cannabis Demand Continues To Grow… Insufficient Supply Soon?”

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