The analysis by Jim MacRae, a Woodinville data scientist, found that four labs failed no tests for microbes such as E. MacRae kept the identity of labs blinded in his analysis, saying he wanted to call attention to the issues without naming and hurting individual labs. In an interview Monday, MacRae said Testing Technologies had the most business-friendly ranking in his analysis. MacRae, who has applied for pot-store licenses, argues that accurate lab tests are crucial to legalization of recreational marijuana because safety and quality assurance is a chief advantage legal pot merchants have over illegal dealers.
Nate Sheidlower Hydroponics tables with marigolds belonging to Aessence Grows. The cannabis industry most people know consists of two people: But, as the industry becomes legitimate through regulation and legalization, there is a lot more than just marijuana being bought and sold.
Child-proof packaging producers set up booths next to potency-testing lab companies, light manufactures, insurance agents, real-estate brokers, law firms, soil salesmen, and even point-of-sale and business-management software engineers.
And there was very little actual cannabis on display or available. A demo of a hydroponic-growing tank sprayed water on the suspended roots of Marigolds, not pot plants.
And even the industrial vacuum sealer demonstration included a bag of moss instead of bud. Cova, for example, is a company that launched last week. They sell software to dispensaries so that they can ring up customers with a point-of-sale program on touch-screen tablets.
Its parent company, iQmetrix, has its software powering 19, wireless retail locations. Nate Sheidlower Brendan Carroll explaining how the Yofumo curing box removes the mold, yeast, and bacteria from flowers.
He and his business partner, Yofumo CEO Alfonso Campalans, both came from a background in financial-management software. The chief engineering officer, Alex Grey, built satellites before joining the company.
The boxes remove all of the yeast, mold, and bacteria, leaving only the plant matter, cannabinoids, and terpenes.
But he says it also creates a more aromatic marijuana flower: Then, he opened a jar of nugs that had been cured in the Yofumo box — they smelled like a fresh cherry blossom.
Everyone focused on the growing process, and no one was looking at how the cannabis is treated before it reaches the consumer. Work to design the boxes began two years later, and the company launched nationally this week, selling every machine they brought to the summit.
Recognizing a void and working to fill it seemed to be a common theme for businesses at the conference. He became determined to maximize yield, while at the same time making the growing process fluid and easy. Newton founded Bella Toka and began manufacturing the Grow Box last week, a tool that can hold up to seven plants and is designed for that very purpose.
Simply put, the grow box is two pots of soil stacked on top of each other with a screen in between, and a rack on top of the pots similar to a cage used with tomato plants. The screen removes the hassle that normally comes with growing marijuana of transferring the plant to a bigger pot for the flowering process.
But even though many of the exhibits featured products that would interact with cannabis in some way, there was one company that had nothing to do with tangible pot. Mentor Capital is a group that invests in cannabis businesses and works to help take them public. CEO Chet Billingsley founded the company in Before entering the cannabis world in mid, he invested in cancer research and treatment companies.
He said by bringing his Wall Street background to the cannabis industry he feels he can do more good than previously. But investing in cannabis businesses is a little bit different than other types of companies. Mentor Capital acquires an interest in larger, private cannabis companies, provides them with funding, and helps them prepare their accounting and board structure so that they can eventually be spun off as a stand-alone public company.
He said now is the perfect time for smaller companies like his to get in to the industry, because it is not yet clear exactly how the federal government, under President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, will act with regards to cannabis businesses.
Throughout the two-day summit, discussion of Trump was sporadic. Indeed, a lot is unknown when it comes cannabis and Trump. But another president came to the NCIA summit last week, and he was not silent about his view of the future of the industry.NationTalk is Canada’s premier Aboriginal newswire, employment, events and tender service.
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What happened in states after medical marijuana laws were passed? Did opioid overdoses go up, stay the same, or go down? Below is an approximation of this video’s audio content. To see any graphs, charts, graphics, images, and quotes to which Dr.
Greger may be referring, watch the above video. In. A "yes" vote supported legalizing medical marijuana for individuals with specific debilitating diseases or comparable debilitating conditions as determined by a licensed state physician.
A "no" vote opposed this proposal for legalization of medical marijuana, keeping the state's more limited medical. Nov 16, · For the first time, a national physicians' organization is endorsing the legalization of marijuana for adult recreational use.
Opposed to the legalization of marijuana, the debate featured Stephen Reid, Executive Director of New Jersey RAMP, Responsible Approaches to Marijuana Policy.
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