$100 Million in Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Sales

By |March 11th, 2019|

The Pennsylvania medical marijuana market is booming. The Pennsylvania Department of Health recently announced that patients purchased almost $100 million of medical marijuana just within the first year of legalization. 83,000 Pennsylvanians hold medical marijuana cards. With sales like the above, this equates to over 600,000 transactions occurring amongst the 45 dispensaries in the state.

 
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The Current Oklahoma Cannabis Market

By |March 4th, 2019|

In 2018, medical cannabis became legal in Oklahoma. Instead of gushing midnight black oil, the new gusher is green. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) has been busily granting applications for dispensaries, cultivation, and patients for about seven months now. So, how eager are the citizens of the state to get in on the action? […]

Ohio MMJ Market Launch Date Delayed

By |July 9th, 2018|

Residents in Ohio are in limbo to legally buy medical marijuana in the state. September 8 was the original deadline, but the state is delaying the launch date because of licensing process issues. Ohio currently has 25 growers ready and primed to get started. But Ohio requires a cultivator’s license AND an inspection with the […]

Marijuana for Pets

By |June 25th, 2018|

Across the country, states have legalized or decriminalized marijuana – medically and recreationally. Registered patients use MMJ to assist with pain management and for a variety of other conditions. Could Fido benefit from cannabis consumption too? California wants to be the first to allow veterinarians to discuss cannabis as a treatment option for pets. The […]

Game of Clones: The Many Ways to Root a Clone

By |July 30th, 2017|

Game of Clones: The Basics
There are several ways to cut, root and grow a clone. The traditional method is to make a diagonal cut on a stalk of new growth on a plant. To identify the new growth, look for a stalk with a light color cluster of new leaves. These stalks of new growth […]

Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Bill to Protect Medical Marijuana

By |July 29th, 2017|

Details of bill
Thursday of this week the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a bill to go forward to the senate to extend protections for states with medical marijuana. This bill is in direct contradiction to Jeff Sessions’ as well as the DOJ’s position on marijuana. This bill is still far from law at this point. The […]

Colorado Marijuana Sales Stay Consistent from Q4 to Q1

By |July 21st, 2017|

Marijuana sales Q4 FY2016 to Q1 FY2017
Colorado has recently reported $500,000,000 in tax revenue collected since 2014. That equates to $17,241,379,310 in marijuana sales. This has investors and potential owners drooling. We have calculated the quarterly sales between quarter four of fiscal year 2016 as well as quarter one of fiscal year 2017 from the […]

This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Pot a Question of Potency

By |June 22nd, 2017|

Hopefully you are as sick of reading that headline as I am. For years we’ve been hearing about how much stronger our pot is than it was in the 1960s and 1970s. It’s certainly true but how much stronger is it? First of all let me clear up an important aspect of this comparison. According […]

Pinnacle Consultation’s Fowlkes Returns from Oregon Consults

By |March 17th, 2017|

With stops in St. Helens, Cornelius, South Beach, Hebo, Portland, Dayton and Gaston, Kris Fowlkes, director of commercial operations at Pinnacle Consultation (PinnacleConsultationInc.com), was on the go during a recent ten-day trip to provide that one-on-one personal attention for which Pinnacle Consultation is known. Pinnacle Consultation, a Colorado-based cannabusiness consulting firm, has seen its Oregon client base […]

Cannabis Grow Start-up FAQs

By |March 3rd, 2017|

Pinnacle Consultation has been swamped with questions about starting a medical or retail cannabis grow. To better aid those seeking to enter the legalized marijuana market here are a few FAQs.

Q: How is growing marijuana regulated?

A: Because marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, there is myriad of state and local laws to navigate. Each […]