Cannabis Freedom in the USA
According to a Forbes website, cannabis is getting closer to freedom here in the good ol’ USA. Not only has the state of Colorado’s annual sales of this cash crop crossed over the $1 billion dollar finish line in a years time, but concerning elections, it has done very well as well in a number of states. Los Angeles California, a city in a state, has said to have reached close to $1 billion dollars in sales in the medical marijuana including cannabis seeds market itself. This is exciting considering our nation’s national deficit.
The tip of the marijuana freedom iceberg looking hopeful, as to the not unreasonable predicted possibility of helping to dig us out of this negative account. According to the forbes.com site, In Denver, Adam Bierman, who is the Chief Executive Officer of cannabis investment firm MedMen thinks that the city of Los Angeles will take most of the attention off of Colorado altogether. Opening and paving the way for the recreational marijuana supermarket.
Los Angeles Changing Legislation in 2017
One could only assume that if things are looking that hopeful concerning recreational cannabis, that the medicinal properties of the plant will soon be able to be taken advantage of by all in need of them. Los Angeles is expecting to pass an ordinance in 2017 that would allow free flow of marijuana marketing. Yes, the future for this great plant is looking hopeful, and even more hopeful still is the outlook for the nice people with chronic pain illnesses such as; cancer, fibromyalgia, glaucoma, emotional disorders like bulimia, sleeping disorders, the list goes on and on. Mr. Adam Bier man of Denver Colorado thinks that even sports alliances will be soon to approve the usage of medical cannabis. Many professional athletes have been turning down the prescriptions of synthetically made drugs and turning to medical cannabis. Apparently being legal in 29 states these professional sports participants are expecting to be treated just like any other patient.
Mr. Adam Bier man of Denver Colorado thinks that even sports alliances will be soon to approve the usage of medical cannabis. Many professional athletes have been turning down the prescriptions of synthetically made drugs and turning to medical cannabis. Apparently being legal in 29 states these professional sports participants are expecting to be treated just like any other patient.
It is has been predicted as well on forbes.com that there will be up and coming major television networks using cannabis as the backdrop, or theme. As most Americans look to be in favor of its legalization, remembering the hit series on Showtime called Weeds from over a decade ago , and HBO now with High Maintenance, marijuana-themed shows on NBC, and MTV I would say that the idea of a whole channel being dedicated to the cannabis theme is not far fetched at all .
Extract.suntimes.com has some interesting ideas about what we may see in the very near future concerning the surfacing of actual brands for cannabis. Investors are eager to be a part of this up and coming market establishment and soon to be a completely legal market. This is all very exciting for those who do not enjoy the effects synthetic pain killers and medications, which are both highly addictive and destructive to the body, have on the body.
Not to mention the idea that alcohol has been legal for centuries and looks more to be a population control idea when the number of deaths caused by its consumption is numbered nearly as high or as high as the deaths due to war.