Last month the Food and Drug Administration approved a liquid form of dronabinol, which is a synthetic form of THC, the main psychoactive cannabinoid in marijuana. It will be available for use for people with AIDS (to treat weight loss) and cancer (to alleviate the effects of chemotherapy), among other ailments.
NFL offensive tackle Eugene Monroe has become an outspoken advocate for medical marijuana, especially when it comes to players in the league who have to choose dangerous prescription drugs to treat their pain instead of using safe, natural cannabis. Now Eugene doesn’t have to worry about the restrictions of the NFL anymore because he has announced his retirement from professional football.
The legal marijuana industry is booming, but it has a problem, a problem that grows along with its success: cash.
Because of federal law, banks don’t want to touch the cash made by legal cannabis retailers. This means business owners have to find a secure way to transport and secure the cash they have on hand. One of those ways to secure cash is the marijuana “kiosk.”