This Weeks Top 3 Headlines For Cannabis Investors

//This Weeks Top 3 Headlines For Cannabis Investors

This Weeks Top 3 Headlines For Cannabis Investors

Seattle Vacates Hundreds Of marijuana possession charges

We’ve been waiting for this to happen.  Now that marijuana is legal it only seems just and fair to get rid of possession charges that have marred citizens records.  It’s a new world in which we live and the marijuana prohibition veil is finally being lifted though sometimes slower than we might hope. I believe this will also affect investor decisions.  This is just one more arrow investors will place in their moral quiver to justify investments into the space.
Read more: https://www.theroot.com/seattle-vacates-hundreds-of-marijuana-possession-charge-1825622917

Zimbabwe becomes the second African country to legalize cannabis cultivation

Zimbabwe tips its hat to cannabis cultivation following the tiny county of Lethos.  Lethos, a small country completely surrounded by South Africa.  Like Lethos, Zimbabwe is granting licenses to grow and transport cannabis.  This could be great news for both countries given the growing demand for the plant and the unique growing climate both countries have to offer.  It could be potentially negative to those investing in grow houses as cheaper overseas pot could bring down margins for pot grown in US.
Read more:  https://internationalhighlife.com/cannabis-protects-liver/

Marijuana could protect you from liver disease

“The discharge records of nearly 320,000 patients with a history of alcohol abuse were viewed, and the results were entirely conclusive. The researchers at the National Institute of Scientific Research at the University of Quebec found that dependent marijuana users were much more protected from liver disease.

The alcohol abusers who did not smoke weed had a 90% chance of developing liver disease, whereas occasional weed smokers’ who abused alcohol had an 8% chance of developing liver disease. Dependent weed smokers’ chances of developing liver disease were further reduced to a mere 1.36%. Based on these figures, it would suggest that substantial weed use could provide a better defense against alcohol-related ailments as opposed to light pot use or no use at all.”

We’ll be counting the days until someone comes up with a cannabis-infused liver protecting supplement.
Read more:  https://internationalhighlife.com/cannabis-protects-liver/

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