Category Archives: Charlotte’s Web

Realm of Caring is driving force in Medical Marijuana with their focus on CBD in Charlotte’s Web.

Admin; As state by state passes laws favorable to marijuana in both medical and recreational form we should see more such entities working together. I predict this will increase the momentum to complete removal of marijuana on a national level from schedule one drug classification.

Local marijuana nonprofit group to merge with Colo. growers

Will Isern, PNJ8:16 p.m. CDT September 1, 2014

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Caring 4 Florida, the medical marijuana nonprofit group founded by a Gulf Breeze family, has merged with Colorado-based Realm of Caring to become Realm of Caring Florida, a statewide resource for families interested in non-euphoric cannabis treatments.

The Moseley family and their daughter, RayAnn, have been the focus of several News Journal articles dating back to January.

It was their efforts, along with those of Florida lawmakers, especially Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach), that led governor Rick Scott to sign the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014 in June. The law will legalize treatment derived from medical marijuana for certain patients when it takes effect on Jan. 1, 2015. Continue reading

Medical marijuana strain Charlottes Web will be grown by growHealthy LLC in Florida.

Admin.  This will be a big step forward for medical marijuana as an example for the rest of the United States.  Legitimacy of medical marijuana is becoming obvious as time goes by.

Florida firm plans big, low cost, medical marijuana grow operation

BY BARBARA LISTON

ORLANDO Fla. Wed Aug 27, 2014 4:55pm EDT

(Reuters) – A Florida company plans to build what it believes will be the biggest medical marijuana factory in the country, hoping the economy of scale will lower the cost of the drug which is not covered by insurance.

GrowHealthy LLC will operate out of a renovated 185,000-square-foot industrial complex set on 33 acres in Lake Wales, central Florida, said Don Clifford, its chief executive officer.

“We expect that our productivity will be dramatically higher than you see in some other states. We think our costs will be lower through the use of automation,” Clifford said. Continue reading