Marijuana Edibles: The Ever Rotating Carousel of Sales

By |August 9th, 2017|

Marijuana Edibles in the Beginning
At the onset of medical cannabis the edible market was the Wild West. Early on in the industry, Colorado producers had trouble nailing down the exact dosage of medicine as well as the shelf life. Products like Cheeba Chews became extremely popular due to their reliable dosage and shelf stability. After […]

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 […]

Opportunity for Mexican Cannabusiness after June Announcement

By |July 25th, 2017|

Medical Marijuana in Mexico
Last month Mexican President Peña Nieto legalized medical marijuana for the country. This opens up new opportunities for Mexican cannabusiness. There are a few catches however. The first catch is that THC will be limited to 1% or lower as the bill stands. High CBD strains will be the focus of cultivation […]

Medical Marijuana Investors Must Stand Up to Jeff Sessions Immediately

By |July 23rd, 2017|

The absurdity of Jeff Sessions’ viewpoints
Jeff Sessions has made many statements to express his opposition to any cannabis legality. He famously said that “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.” He has also made claims that marijuana contributes to a nationwide drug epidemic. It is apparent to all who study this drug epidemic that both the cause […]

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 […]

Greece Legalizes Medical Marijuana Opening the Door for Cannabusiness

By |July 13th, 2017|

Last week Greece legalized marijuana for medicinal use. The current Prime Minister Alexia Tsipras has opened the door for medical cannabis businesses to start planning. Just like any business owner it is important that Greek purveyors have the proper business plan and start-up capital. Potential business owners must first decide the scope of their business […]

Robert DeLeo Suspends Negotiations on Massachusetts’ Recreational

By |July 6th, 2017|

There is a recent announcement of suspension of negotiations for recreational marijuana rules in Massachusetts. Robert Deleo announced this suspension on Wednesday, July 6th. The Massachusetts House lawmakers are looking to repeal the voter approved initiative and replace it with a much more restrictive version. However, the State Senate looks to only make a few […]

Update on I-300 The Social Use Initiative

By |July 2nd, 2017|

There is an update on Initiative 300, the social use initiative in Denver, CO. The release of a zoning map has brought up some concerns with Colorado pot activists. Another concern is the $2000 application fee that may or may not get you started on the licensing process. If you read the previous blog on […]

Time to Participate in the MED Summer Legislation

By |June 30th, 2017|

This summer you have a chance to be part of the brainstorm for 2017 rule making as well as legislation. The MED (Marijuana Enforcement Division) allows public input in the five meetings scheduled for this summer. We mentioned in a previous blog that the MED will allow license changes and will accept new license applications. […]