Pure Analytics is California’s premiere cannabis testing laboratory. It utilizes the skill set of seasoned scientists to test cannabis in the safest, most environmentally conscious way possible. In addition, Pure Analytics provides its customers with comprehensive analytical lab services, all of which are backed by Quality Control programs, as to ensure that customers receive the utmost reliable test results.
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Dixie Elixers specializes in creating a variety of innovated marijuana products; all items contain CO2 extracted THC, with proper dosage and consistency in mind. Dixie’s creations range from sparkling beverages to concentrates.
High Times calls Cheeba Chews America’s favorite edible; these consistent, quality tested THC chocolate taffies are powerful and discreet.
Famously known for their High Times Medical Cup winning truffles, Bliss Edibles has gained a reputation for creating delicious THC-infused desserts. Bliss Edibles also produces tinctures for medical patients.
The Venice Cookie Co. makes small and discreet, yet potent, edibles for medicinal cannabis patients, this means less packaging and resources utilized to create such edibles.
TetraLabs prides itself on producing strong and pure cannabis extracts for medical patients who suffer from various ailments. The company researches and develops the safest possible pharmaceutical-grade hash oil on the market.
Sensi Products creates innovative edible medicine for cannabis patients, products include small chews and THC shots.
Paradise Candy Company makes rancher style candies, pops, and caramels in small batches to ensure the most quality and consistent edible products.
2013 Seattle Cup winner, Day Dreamers Chocolates, is a medicinal cannabis treat that comes packaged in a variety of ways–indica, sativa, hybrid and high CBD.
Casa Luna sells some of the most wholesome medical cannabis chocolate on the market, the product is made with organic cocoa and is gluten free, sugar free, vegan and kosher.
Big Pete’s Treats puts a new meaning to the word “baked”. With nearly a dozen different types of THC-infused cookies for its customers to choose from, Big Pete’s is baking up a variety of cannabis treats and caters to 29 different dispensaries in California.
OK Cann’sulting offers medical marijuana consulting worldwide and specializes in quality assurance for licensed producers and personal production license.
SEATTLE (AP) — Pete O’Neil saw Washington’s legalization of marijuana in 2012 as a path to retirement, or at least to his kids’ college tuition.
Given the title of yesterday’s Market Musings piece and the subject of today’s, you, dear reader, could be forgiven for thinking that I have some kind of a drug problem. I can assure you that I don’t. I just have a problem with some drug stocks, both the non-conventional and more traditional.
Wikileaf, also known as the Priceline of pot, allows medical marijuana patients to compare pot costs at 1,100 dispensaries in six states.
Every day investors look at their stocks and wonder: is this going to be the next big thing? When you are researching potential stocks to buy, it is only natural for your eyes to light up when you see a cannabis-related stock. You may initially think, “Oh boy, this stock is going to be huge!” Don’t let yourself be fooled.
Some people love their pets so much that they pamper their pets with pet spas or luxury pet hotels. They’ll take them to pet therapists to work on their attachment issues, and dress them in couture fashion. There is a pet equivalent for almost every human product you can imagine, and now there’s even an emerging market of medical marijuana for pets.
Tax revenues are a powerful incentive for states to embrace legalization. According Colorado’s Department of Revenue, Colorado has already collected nearly $22 million in marijuana taxes, licenses and fees in fiscal year 2014.
There are very few things that are a given these days; in an age of cynicism we cling to the few things that still make sense. One of those things we take for granted or just assume is that cannabis users are all environmentally friendly, and that those that grow cannabis try to stay as green as possible when growing it.
About $1.5 billion a year already — but most of that is from medical marijuana. First legally approved for medical uses in California in 1996, pot is available on prescription in 20 states and the District of Columbia, to relieve pain in conditions ranging from cancer to “writer’s cramp.” So even before Jan. 1, 2014, known as “Legal Day One,” more than 2.5 million Americans carrying special cards could buy weed from licensed dispensaries.