Medical Marijuana Inc. CEO Gives Insight Into Future Of Cannabis Industry

Blake Schroeder, the CEO of Medical Marijuana Inc., which is the first-ever publicly traded cannabis company in the U.S, recently published in Nasdaq News an article, that gives the industry with insight on the future of federal cannabis legalization in the U.S.

The Medical Marijuana company has launched the world's first-ever cannabis-derived nutraceutical products, brands, and supply chain.

In the article titled "How Using the CBD Marketplace Can Set a Strong Stage for U.S. Cannabis", Blake explained how the non-psychoactive hemp CBD market presents a unique opportunity to build a customer base and lay the groundwork for psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol or THC product sales once it becomes federally legal.

He explains how the THC market, which is currently only legal on a state-by-state basis, can learn from the regulatory, testing, banking, legal, and other business-related challenges that the CBD market overcame before the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill. He highlights how this can help businesses that aim to be in the THC space establish a strong foundation for a federally legal market and provide consumers with safe products.

Blake also talked about the importance of international product pipelines as they present unique opportunities and challenges to provide free access to cannabis products to people around the world and reach new and untapped markets that may loosen cannabis sales restrictions in the future.

Blake commented, "I am very proud of the hard work our company has done to create a legitimate and legal non-psychoactive cannabis marketplace that we have today and am excited to see that replicated in the THC market once our federal legislation changes. We believe we are well-positioned in that space when it becomes federally legal. We have global infrastructure that we will be able to leverage as laws change around the world for the better."

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