Marijuana, or cannabis, as it is more appropriately called, has been part of humanity’s medicine chest for almost as long as history has been recorded.Of all the negative consequences of marijuana prohibition, none is as tragic as the denial of medicinal cannabis to the tens of thousands of patients who could benefit from its therapeutic use.
Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in America (behind only alcohol and tobacco), and has been used by nearly 100 million Americans. According to government surveys Marijuana’s therapeutic uses are well-documented in modern scientific literature. The studies indicate that marijuana provides symptomatic relief for a number of medical conditions, including nausea and vomiting, stimulating appetite, promoting weight gain, and diminishing intraocular pressure from glaucoma. There is also evidence that smoked marijuana and/or THC reduces muscle spasticity from spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis, and diminishes tremors in multiple sclerosis patients. Patients and physicians have also reported that smoked marijuana provides relief from migraine headaches, depression, seizures, insomnia and chronic pain, among other conditions.
Fifty-six percent of California voters approved Proposition 215 on November 5, 1996. The law took effect the following day. It removes state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana by patients who possess a "written or oral recommendation" from their physician that he or she "would benefit from medical marijuana." Patients diagnosed with any debilitating illness where the medical use of marijuana has been "deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician" are afforded legal protection under this act. Conditions typically covered by the law include but are not limited to: arthritis; cachexia; cancer; chronic pain; HIV or AIDS; epilepsy; migraine; and multiple sclerosis. No set limits regarding the amount of marijuana patients may possess and/or cultivate were provided by this act, though the California Legislature adopted guidelines in 2003.\
I aquired institutional knowledgeof Medical Marijuana from the (Medical Cannabis Caregivers directory ) of Passadena California. The MCC , provides an understanding of the implementation of California’s MMP in light of the Compassionate Use Act, SB420, the Attorney General’s Guidelines, and Court rulings.
Four years into teaching the MCC , has served to emphasize its importance in laying the foundation for providing services legally and safely under California’s Medical Marijuana Program and discovering the many opportunities that it offers.
The qualifications and procedures to become a Department of Public Health Registered Primary Caregiver are detailed in this class.
This class is specifically designed for individuals who want to provide medicinal cannabis services as a Medical Cannabis Collective Operator or as a Cultivating
Member of a Collective
I am a cannabis primary caregiver In the state of California. I was designated by a qualified patient , to consistently assume the responsibility for the housing, health, or safety of that patient . Due to my supreme knowledge and connections in this field.
I am searching for individuals and groups who are interested in businesses revolving around Medical Cannabis. These businesses include dispensaries, collectives and delivery collectives. I have No Profits formed nor businesses started and/or operational. I am in need of seed money, and venture capital to expand. Regardless of my needs, I ask you to analyze the current situation and if you are interested, I would like to form a partnership. The partnership offer typically includes my 7+ years of expertise in, operations, and distribution of Cannabis. Colleagues who have medical marijuana on a consistant base and a keen knowledge of cultivation. Who will front the marijuana for the business.
How much could you make investing in a LEGAL medical marijuana dispensary. On the low end of sales, a $50,000 investment could return $1,000,000 to a well run business in one year. This is after all overhead and about $800,000 in taxes is paid. Some owners are reportedly making close to 10 million dollars a year.
With my exsperience you can reliably recieve a return of at least 10% per month.
Claim up to $26,000 per W2 Employee
- Billions of dollars in funding available
- Funds are available to U.S. Businesses NOW
- This is not a loan. These tax credits do not need to be repaid
I worked in a dispensary in Venice California name thee Gournmet Grow Rooom for a little over a year. This were i met my current colleagues from the previous paragraph. We were all (bud tenders) indivudual who handle and wiegh marijuana.Typical clubs in the Los Angeles area might get 50-150 customers per day. Large clubs have been estimated to get 1,500 or more customers per day.retail prices in Los Angeles are currently $45 to $75 per one-eighth ounce, depending upon quality and type. Premium varieties may command higher prices. Prices may vary by location. I would like to operate business 7 days a week. Average wholesale prices of marijuana in the Los Angeles area range from about $3,500 per pound to $6,000 per pound. Number of employee’s including myself would be three. With a salary of 4000$ a month these people are taking a risk with me, and they will be handling some very valuable materials, along with a lot of cash so other words, I / we must pay them well and treat them with respect. Store rent, utilities, bills and miscellaneous exspenses. For a typical club, $2,000 a month might be in the ballpark.
Here is a visual of the projected plane.
|Customers Per Day|
|Eighths sold per customer|
|Number of Days Open Per Week|
|Number of Employees|
|Average Salary of Employees|
|Wholesale price per pound|
|Retail price per one-eighth ounce|
|Your monthly salary|
|Retail Price Per Pound|
|Profit Per Pound Sold|
|Pounds Sold Per Week|
|Week Ending||Profit Before Taxes||Profit After Taxes|
|October 24, 2010||37,781||20,780|
|October 31, 2010||75,562||41,559|
|November 07, 2010||113,343||62,339|
|November 14, 2010||151,124||83,118|
|November 21, 2010||188,905||103,898|
|November 28, 2010||226,686||124,677|
|December 05, 2010||264,467||145,457|
|December 12, 2010||302,248||166,236|
|December 19, 2010||340,029||187,016|
|December 26, 2010||377,810||207,796|
|January 02, 2011||415,591||228,575|
|January 09, 2011||453,372||249,355|
|January 16, 2011||491,153||270,134|
|January 23, 2011||528,934||290,914|
|January 30, 2011||566,715||311,693|
|February 06, 2011||604,496||332,473|
|February 13, 2011||642,277||353,252|
|February 20, 2011||680,058||374,032|
|February 27, 2011||717,839||394,811|
|March 06, 2011||755,620||415,591|
|March 13, 2011||793,401||436,371|
|March 20, 2011||831,182||457,150|
|March 27, 2011||868,963||477,930|
|April 03, 2011||906,744||498,709|
|April 10, 2011||944,525||519,489|
|April 17, 2011||982,306||540,268|
|April 24, 2011||1,020,087||561,048|
|May 01, 2011||1,057,868||581,827|
|May 08, 2011||1,095,649||602,607|
|May 15, 2011||1,133,430||623,386|
|May 22, 2011||1,171,211||644,166|
|May 29, 2011||1,208,992||664,946|
|June 05, 2011||1,246,773||685,725|
|June 12, 2011||1,284,554||706,505|
|June 19, 2011||1,322,335||727,284|
|June 26, 2011||1,360,116||748,064|
|July 03, 2011||1,397,897||768,843|
|July 10, 2011||1,435,678||789,623|
|July 17, 2011||1,473,459||810,402|
|July 24, 2011||1,511,240||831,182|
|July 31, 2011||1,549,021||851,962|
|August 07, 2011||1,586,802||872,741|
|August 14, 2011||1,624,583||893,521|
|August 21, 2011||1,662,364||914,300|
|August 28, 2011||1,700,145||935,080|
|September 04, 2011||1,737,926||955,859|
|September 11, 2011||1,775,707||976,639|
|September 18, 2011||1,813,488||997,418|
|September 25, 2011||1,851,269||1,018,198|
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