Dewmar International BMC Inc (OTCMKTS:DEWM) reported that its Nevada subsidiary firm, United States Hemp Corporation, has advanced a wholly-owned subsidiary firm by the title of Cannabis Intellectual Property Holdings, LLC in an attempt to protect numerous medicinal cannabis intellectual property resources.
The medical marijuana movement in this nation has been rising for decades. The first state to permit marijuana for medicinal use was California in 1996 however momentum surged exponentially after news came related to the Charlotte’s Web strain in Colorado. This web was advanced by the Stanley Brothers which is a strain that is high in a CBD known as Cannabidiol, and on contrary, the strain comprises virtually no THC.
Before treatment, a young girl lovingly called as Charlotte was undergoing a seizure up to 100s of times per day. After utilizing the high Cannabinoid oil, the seizures virtually instantly stopped to occur. According to film named WEED, the market is at the start of the medicinal marijuana revolution as numerous families moved from all over the nation to Colorado to get access to this rare but outstanding strain.
In the present world, the District of Columbia and eight states have approved pot for recreational use and 29 states have permitted marijuana for medicinal use over and above the District of Columbia and the territories of Puerto Rico, Guam. Numerous proactive measures are followed by states in the Deep South to proceed with medical pot legislation, particularly Arkansas, Florida and Louisiana; with more Southern states getting enough interest to take measure in the near future.
Dr. Marco Moran, the CEO of Dewmar International, reported that throughout his career as a head of Regulatory Affairs and director of pharmacy at a drug production facility in South Louisiana, he has seen well more than 100 drugs that were identified