We have a 60-year-old friend with a torn-up knee who works in a lumber yard in Princeton, BC. At the end of every shift, he ices his knee and pops 3 Ibuprofen, then sleeps fitfully due to the pain.
TGOD (TGOD.T), Crop Infrastructure (CROP.C) and ABcann (ABCN.V) put out news, as pro sports flirts with CBDs
According to an August 1, 2018 Forbes article, “Basketball’s BIG3 [a 3-on-3 hoops league] has become the first professional sports league in the U.S to allow its athletes to use cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that many people use to manage pain and inflammation.”
Today Aurora Cannabis (ACB.T) closed at $6.81 CAD on 20.6 million shares traded. The is the first time Aurora has closed below the $7 support level since December 7th, 2017. It bounced off of that support level in February, April, and May, going on trough-to-peak runs of 59%, 29.3% and 46% respectively, each time it bounced off the low.
Today, July 5, 2018 – three good weed companies in our universe announced deals that should add to their bottom line this fiscal year.
I became familiar with the cannabis culture as a British Columbian treeplanter back in my late teens. I knew quite a few people who liked to imbibe. I even knew a few avid gardeners back in the Kootenays who secretly cultivated the herb, an activity apparently tolerated by the local constabulary given its widespread acceptance and use.
Called it: Invictus MD Strategies (IMH.V), Abcann (ABCN.V) and DOJA (DOJA.C) defy weed market gravity
Invictus MD Strategies (IMH.V) announced today that it has delivered 120kg of cannabis to Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T), its first B2B delivery of flower, to be sold through that company’s CraftGrow line alongside PEI’s Island Garden.