The Green Exchange, Inc., the developer’s of “Loud Cannabis” (www.tryloud.com), the world’s first online portal and HIPPA compliant mobile app that connects growers to patients, announced the launch of their Patient Delivery Application.
“Loud Cannabis” is a free app that is now available for Android phones. The app uses patented technologies to allow patients to sign up with a farm collective, browse available inventory, purchase products, and arrange for immediate home delivery.
Loud is a one-stop-shop for all things Cannabis. The company says that they are a storefront connecting cultivators, manufacturers, and consumers in a fast, safe, and professional environment, and are committed to providing customers with the best flowers and derivative products available.
According to TheStreet.com, Kush Bottles sells approximately one million marijuana bottles a month, and things are going so well that the company is planning for an initial public offering. Kush Bottles CEO Nick Kovacevich wants to take the company even higher.
"Our bottle is a little bit cooler, a little bit different which is what this industry wants and that's not to be associated with the pharmaceutical industry," said Kovacevich.
Kovacevich and a pair of buddies founded Kush in December 2010 after witnessing the rapid growth of the medical marijuana industry in Southern California. The company quickly expanded, becoming the nation's largest wholesale distributor of child safe, medical grade containers for the legal and medical herb industries. Kush's portfolio includes not only its flagship Phi...
They dismantled surveillance cameras (the ones they found) and donned black masks to conceal their identity, then had fun playing darts and eating marijuana-infused edibles... during a bust!
A police raid of Sky High Holistic, an unlicensed marijuana dispensary in Santa Ana, California, was caught on the shop's surveillance cameras, and the footage doesn't look good. Matthew Pappas, the attorney for the shop, says the video shows officers eating marijuana-laced edibles and mistreating the disabled manager.
According to Pappas, who shared edited footage of the raid with KTLA-TV, officers intimidated manager Marla James, an amputee who uses a wheelchair.
The tape apparently captures an officer laughing at James and saying "I was about to kick her in her fucking nub."
The city of Seattle has issued the first violation notices to medical marijuana businesses since Mayor Ed Murray and council members announced an initiative to regulate the industry.
Already, there is some resistance.
City attorney Pete Holmes says of the first eight businesses to receive notices, three shop owners are taking the city to court. That may signal a long, tough fight ahead for the effort to close shops that don't comply with new city and state laws.
House Bill 5052, approved by state lawmakers, requires medical marijuana businesses to close if they opened after January 2013. These newer businesses must be issued notices of violation and close by July 2016.
Before that deadline, Seattle's Department of Planning and Development is cleaning up the industry by issuing violations to businesse...
Antoinette Jaworski says she enjoys baking treats for children and adults. Now getting them baked? That’s another matter, but the 84-year-old widow soon found herself caught in the hairs of a pot probe by the Aspen Police Department.