FLANDREAU, SD — A marijuana consultant from a Colorado-based firm has been found not guilty of drug-related charges related to his work with a South Dakota tribe’s failed attempt to open a marijuana cultivation facility and smoking lounge in 2015. Eric Hagen, president of the Colorado-based cannabis consulting firm Monarch America was charged with possession […]
Hemp dog treats go south
The Lower Mainland company that produces hemp-based pet nutrition products signed an agreement with Pet Food Experts for the distribution of True Hemp dog chews into the United States. The agreement with Pawtucket, Rhode Island-based Pet Food …
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Industrial hemp pilot program seeks funding
… left, and Rep. Mary Franson testify before the House Agriculture Finance Committee April 7 in support of a bill that would provide funding for an industrial hemp pilot program. … Posted in Local News on Saturday, April 9, 2016 10:22 am. Updated …
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State House approves industrial hemp bill
Hemp can be used to make a variety of products including fabric, paper and fuel. Republican Representative Russ Diamond of Lebanon County sponsored the House bill. Under his proposal, the state Department of Agriculture and colleges would oversee …
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Colorado Cannabis Cup may move south for 2016
Mindie Flores exchanges a cash donation for a gram of Moon Rocks at the Kurrupt's Moon Rocks booth during the High Times Cannabis Cup on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the Denver Mart. (Seth McConnell, The Denver Post) …
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Tilray, Tweed & Whistler Gain Approval to Sell Cannabis Oil
After waiting more than six months, cannabis producers Tilray, which is owned by Privateer Holdings, Tweed, a subsidiary of Canopy Growth (TSXV: CGC), and Whistler Medical, partially owned by PharmaCan Capital (TSXV: MJN) gained approval from …
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Stanton Municipal Medical Cannabis Ballot Measure Campaign Announcement
“Currently the City has a ban on medical cannabis, and since the City of Stanton has dropped the ball on the MMJ policy so much, this is a prime chance for Stanton to lead the way on this policy and set municipal precedent across the state. This …
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South Dakota Committee Passes Bill to Legalize Commercial Hemp Farming and …
PIERRE, S.D. (Feb. 2, 2016) A bill passed today by a South Dakota House committee would legalize the production and processing of industrial hemp for commercial purposes in the state, setting the foundation for people there to nullify federal …
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Colorado infant receiving CBD hemp oil for epilepsy
Lab technician Mario Ferrara transfers a mixture of extracted hemp CBD and coconut oil to capsules at Longmont's CBDRx organic hemp farm on Thursday. CBDRx is the first and only USDA certified organic hemp farm in the country. (Kira Horvath, Special to …
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South Dakota Passes House Bill on Industrial Hemp — Update by Hemp, Inc.
Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP) updates its shareholders today on industrial hemp bill HB-1054. Last week, the South Dakota House of Representatives approved a bill that would allow the cultivation of industrial hemp in the state of South Dakota, with a 57 …
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SUNY-ESF should apply to study industrial hemp for New York state
SUNY-ESF should consider applying for state approval to grow, study and assess the ways in which industrial hemp could be produced and distributed commercially across New York state. The state Department of Agriculture and Markets will issue 10, …
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Lawmakers consider industrial hemp bill
Hawaii residents say legalizing industrial hemp could spur business ventures ranging from home construction to selling hemp seed candy bars at Hawaii airports. Read More · Please click here to log in to view this story. – or –. NEW SUBSCRIBERS – Choose …
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South Dakota legislative committee OKs bill to allow industrial hemp
South Dakota lawmakers are attempting to overcome perceptions about hemp's family ties to marijuana to explore the economic potential of the crop. The bill that moved out of committee last week is patterned after North Dakota's industrial hemp law.
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Wyden, Blumenauer host Industrial Hemp Expo at U.S. Capitol
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., and Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., hosted an Industrial Hemp Expo Tuesday at the U.S. Capitol, bringing together leading policymakers and entrepreneurs in the movement to …
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South Dakota bill would allow industrial hemp
Cultivation of the plant could be a force for economic development in South Dakota if misconceptions about hemp can be dispelled, said Republican Rep. Mike Verchio, the proposal's main House sponsor. It's scheduled to be heard in the House Agriculture …
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Sipp Industries Receives 4000 Gallon Organic Hemp Oil Order
Sipp Industries, Inc. (OTC: SIPC), a diversified conglomerate corporation specializing in technology, manufacturing and distribution of commercial and consumer products today announces the largest hemp order to date. Processing has begun and will be …
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The Rundown: Hemp measure advances; Gov. Tom Wolf's support dropping, poll finds
The Senate Appropriations Committee last week advanced the hemp farming bill authored by Sen. Judy Schwank, a Ruscombmanor Township Democrat. That positions the bill for approval by the full Senate. A separate industrial hemp bill is being considered …
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Cultivating hemp for fiber, food getting close to legal
CARIBOU, Maine — Maine farmers who want to grow industrial hemp like their counterparts in Canada and Europe should start writing letters to their representatives in Congress, John Jemison suggests. Jemison, an agricultural specialist at the …
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ater facility is given forthoroughly incorporating the medicinal substances prescribed.I have found that the best mode of making suppositories, is tohave the moulds very cold, so that on pouring the melted mix-ture into them, it becomes immediately solidified, and the sus-pended powder is thereby prevented from settling, which it isalmost certain to do, if paper moulds are used. The mouldsmay be made cold by placing them on the ice for tvk^o or threeminutes, previous to using them. The subject of the best form for suppositories having beenreferred to me, I have made some experiments in relation thereto.It occurred to me that an improvement might be made on theordinary form^ of suppositories, (a simple cone,) by having themso shaped as to fit an instrument for inserting them. Actingupon this idea, I have procured metallic moulds, which are here-with shown, for making them of the shape of the annexed figure,a, as also an instrument for inserting them, which I have calleda suppositer, h.
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It will be seen that they can be used either with or withoutthis instrument. EXTEMPORANEOUS PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS. 203 Suppositories made in these moulds, of butter of cocoa, weightwenty-five grains each, and can be medicated in any mannerthe physician may direct. I will only add that they have been used by several physicians,who express themselves much pleased with them. ON SEVERAL EXTEMPORANEOUS PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS. By William H. H. Githens.(An Inaugural Essay presented to the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.) INTRODUCTION.Having observed a great want of stability in the mixtures ofextract of cannabis indica, resin of guaiacum and balsam oftolu, as called for by the usual extemporaneous prescriptions ofphysicians, it occurred to me that much more elegant prepara-tions might be introduced to take the place of some of those nowin use. And also, having experienced difficulty in compoundingcertain substances, so as to produce a mass with satisfactorypilular consistence, I
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Medical Marijuana Inc (OTCMKTS:MJNA) Moves But Towards South On Charts …
Cannabis Science Inc (OTCMKTS:CBIS) and Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) the two marijuana focused companies are both trading close to 4Q2012 price levels. The companies, who joined the marijuana boom later, backing on legalization euphoria in 2014, …
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Cannabis could help heal broken bones according to new research
Now scientists have found that the drug enhances the healing process in bone fractures and could even help combat painful osteoporosis. Researchers gave cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), the non-hallucinatory component of the drug, to rats with fractures.
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Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
The first CCI seminar in Florida has forced CCI organizers to expand the classroom facility as Floridians embrace the landmark Supreme Court ruling. As cannabis opportunities increase for individuals and small businesses, CCI plans to schedule more training seminars and events throughout Florida.
Robert Calkin, President and Founder of the Cannabis Career Institute, along with cultivation experts Jason “The Bud Whisperer” Scoby and Gary Maciel, will be in Miami this weekend to conduct a one day workshop about jobs and investment opportunities in the exploding cannabis industry.
On Saturday, February 1, at the Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel, 3900 North West 21st Street in Miami (33142), budding cannabis entrepreneurs are invited to attend a day-long Cannabis Career Institute seminar covering every sector of this evolving industry. Since 2009, CCI has helped hundreds of people start businesses and find jobs growing, selling, manufacturing and servicing the marijuana industry. A variety of marijuana specialists will be presenting their knowledge and expertise and be available for interviews.
“CCI Seminar interest from cannabis-minded businessmen and women all over the country has been tremendous,” said Calkin. “As the cannabis legalization movement continues to envelope the nation, more and more people are seeing the exciting and potentially lucrative business opportunities available. Helping people understand the industry and preparing them to pursue their goals is what we do.”
Registration information can be found at http://cannabiscareerinstitute.com
As seen on NBC, FOX, ABC and CBS among others, the Cannabis Career Institute (CCI) of North Hollywood, California will continue on its nationwide tour with future stops per the following schedule:
Miami – February 1
Los Angeles — February 8
New Hampshire – February 8
Las Vegas — February 15
Philadelphia – February 16
Sacramento – February22
Buffalo – February 22
New York – February 23
Warwick, RI — March 1
Boston — March 2
Piscataway, NJ – April 5&6
Cannabis is an industry that shows robust promise in the current job market. It is estimated that job openings in the cannabis industry have grown over 3,000 percent since 2005. Cannabis-related business ownership has also shown massive growth over the last few years.
“There is no other industry on the planet right now that is growing as rapidly as the cannabis business,” said Gary Lane, CCI’s Sales and Marketing Director. “If someone is looking for a career in marijuana or wants to learn how the industry works, the one day CCI workshop is an excellent primer. Not only does one receive valuable instruction and information but what also usually happens is a “class-bonding” dynamic. More often than not, students of each of the classes form their networking and support group that turns into a valuable and life-long resource.”
Eighteen states plus Washington D.C. have medical cannabis laws and two states have legalized the recreational use of cannabis. Eight additional states have medical laws pending. During a conference call with state governors on August 29th, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the US Department of Justice would allow the marijuana legalization laws in Colorado and Washington to go into effect. This has launched a nationwide conversation about dismantling cannabis prohibition as many marijuana-friendly municipalities, counties and states are now generating enormous amounts of revenue from taxes and business licensing fees.
Since 2009 CCI has specialized in the business of cannabis, teaching would-be entrepreneurs how to navigate the often-murky waters of starting up a cannabis business. CCI presents students with an objective expanse of options with step-by-step instruction on the process of starting a business. Delivery, Dispensary Management, Law, Compliance, Marketing and Advertising, Cultivation, Extracts and Cooking are all discussed in detail, providing students with many choices to fit their career goals and lifestyle.
ROBERT F. CALKIN is the author of STARTING YOUR OWN MEDICAL MARIJUANA DELIVERY SERVICE: THE MOBILE CAREGIVER’S HANDBOOK. Mr. Calkin is also a much sought-after cannabis business consultant and a widely- respected lecturer on the subject of creating cannabis businesses. One of the most well-connected businessmen in the industry, Mr. Calkin has helped create literally hundreds of cannabis businesses throughout the continent. He also created his own Green Dot delivery service in Los Angeles in 1988. Mr. Calkin was also a chief organizer of attendees at one of the first Smoke-Ins on the Mall in Washington D.C. in 1976 as well as the Marijuana March to the White House in 1984. As one of the original members of the American Hemp Council in 1988 with Chris Conrad and Jack Herer, Mr. Calkin has always been at the forefront of cannabis advocacy. His band Rude Awakening has done numerous concerts benefitting the legalization of marijuana and actively promotes this message on their CDs and promotional materials. He was also asked to be a consultant on the TV show “WEEDS”. He is the professor of Delivery 102 at Oaksterdam University and his book is used as the definitive curriculum on the subject. He founded Cannabis Career Institute in 2009 and Cannabis State University in 2010 and is President and CEO of both. In 2011, Mr. Calkin created Cannajobs, a Monster.com for the Cannabis industry that has been featured on the Drudge Report, the Daily Mail and the New York Times. He is also the host of “Careers In Cannabis” a talk show that features the top names in cannabis business. . Robert Calkin has appeared on the NBC Nightly News, CBS News, Varney and Company and featured in articles on Yahoo, Associated Press, The Washington Post, The San Francisco Examiner, The Digital Journal, et al.
Known nationwide as “The Bud Whisperer”, Jason Scoby has opened and managed dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries. With his amazing ability to assess the quality and origin of any marijuana strain, Jason sets a standard that all dispensary personnel will want to emulate.
Gary Maciel has been growing marijuana for over 40 years. An expert in energy efficiency and master of innovation, his ability to customize grow spaces is unrivaled.
From outdoor, green house, light deprivation green house, light deprivation supplemental green house controlled environment, indoor hydroponics, aireoponics, soil and soiless drip and flow systems, aquaponics ebb and flow, rockwool and soil, deep water culture, bubble flow, flood and drain, drain to waste and vertical grows – and using lighting and fertilizers of all types — Gary currently oversees more than 30 medical marijuana grow operations all over the United States.
He frequently lectures at Cannabis Career Institute seminars about advanced grow techniques. Ideal for the home closet grower or warehouse operations, Gary’s advice will help increase current yields or develop a strategy to diversify your yield.
Gary’s teaching philosophy is simple — make growing easy to do. Students can expect to learn how to improve yield, taste, potency, duration of effects and perpetual growing as well as valuable insights concerning harvesting, drying, curing and preparation for short and long term storage.
Gary Maciel, Grow Expert with the Cannabis Career Institute, is taking his decades of expertise in this field to the public in what is unquestionably a growth industry within our sluggish economy.
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Pleasant Grove, Utah (PRWEB) January 14, 2015
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB: FVRG), a leading direct marketing company and provider of health-centered products, today announced the company will be hosting a regional meeting for members and leaders in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, January 24, 2015.
The event, ForeverGreen’s first corporate-sponsored regional event, will allow area members, leaders and interested parties to learn more about the company and its products. Many of the company’s most successful leaders and members will be in attendance. Additionally, ForeverGreen’s management team will have the opportunity to meet with those local members and leaders to discuss how to enhance business in the region.
Five of ForeverGreen’s senior leadership team will be at the event, including Ron Williams, CEO and founder; Blake Schroeder, President of Europe; Jeff Graham, President of North America; Craig Smith, General Manager; and Randy Crane, Director of Recognition.
ForeverGreen is excited to host its meeting on the East Coast as many local members and leaders, who have been unable to travel to Utah in the past, will be in attendance. Guests and prospective members will have the opportunity to learn the scientific benefits and competitive advantages of many of the company’s products. ForeverGreen will also have members of its investor relations team on hand to create awareness and visibility for the public company. They will be available to provide information and answer any questions from shareholders and potential shareholders.
For more information on the event and tickets, please visit http://www.fgxpress.com/blog/january-regional-event-fort-lauderdale-florida/.
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all natural whole foods and products to North America, Australia, Europe, Asia and South America, including their new global offerings, PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips. They also offer Azul and FrequenSea(TM), whole-food beverages with industry exclusive marine phytoplankton, the Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, immune support and weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence(TM) Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate(R) and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, household cleaners and personal care products.
This press release contains certain forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that certain statements in this release are “forward-looking statements” and involve both known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors. Such uncertainties include among others, certain risks associated with the operation of the company described above. The company’s actual results could differ materially from expected results.