Vaping has become popular nowadays. Instead of smoking which has more harmful effects, vaping is a good alternative. By using vaporizers, you can inhale the vaporized substances such as blends, herbs, tobacco, or cannabis.
The cannabis world is ever-evolving, with companies continually coming out with exciting new methods of consumption, new states working on legalization efforts, and 2020 Presidential candidates making the federal decriminalization of cannabis a major focus.
If you’ve been following this industry for any amount of time now, you already know about CBD. And you probably already know about deeper concepts such as the entourage effect, which is where the other ingredients in cannabis synergize with CBD to help restore and nourish the body.
Vertically integrated cannabis businesses have the most to win by unlocking their data.
Vertically integrated cannabis businesses are those that own multiple types of licenses, such as one for cultivation and a dispensary, a grow and a product manufacturer, or all three major license categories with a cultivation, a marijuana-infused product factory, and a dispensary or retail store.
An important bill concerning cannabis and banking advanced out of committee yesterday, meaning the proposed legislation will go to the full US House of Representatives for a vote. After days of debate and numerous attempted amendments by Republican lawmakers to delay the bill, HR 1595 was ultimately approved by the House Financial Services Committee by a 45–15 vote.
You could drive right by Biomass One in White City, Oregon, without even realizing it. Located in an industrial area, Biomass One is screened behind some trees. But this innovative business stretches across the road, expanding on both sides of the avenue. One big clue that you have arrived at Biomass One is the mountains of soil and amendments sitting on top of flatland.
The Maine-based company is an industry leader in everything from development to management, consulting to general contracting. Their focuses (for now) are predominantly on building cultivation facilities and dispensaries.
In a bipartisan vote of 42–17 on Tuesday, June 11, the Oregon House passed a historic measure that will allow Oregon’s governor to enter into agreements with other consenting states to allow for the legal export of cannabis between state markets. Governor Brown is expected to sign the bill.
Are you collecting phone numbers from your customers so you can send out product advertising from your retail store? Even though the customer opts in, you still have to follow Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) rules for advertising.
USA Hemp in Molalla, Oregon, offers innovative products developed using their farm-grown hemp. The business is run by the Redwood Family: Marketing Director Natasha Redwood, Sales Director Ana Redwood, and Farmer Rafael Redwood. The Redwoods have been running a 76-acre farm since 2015.