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Australian based Company poised to deliver high quality pharmaceutical grade cannabis to national and International markets.

In recent times the staggering growth of the medical cannabis industry worldwide has been widely reported by the media. And it’s little wonder, when you consider the reason why cannabis has become so popular, it’s easy to see, and understand that we are only at the beginning of what will be a massive growth industry in the coming decade.

The key reason behind this enormous growth, is that cannabis contains many compounds which interact with the human body to reduce good health. It’s part of an intrinsic system that all humans and in fact all animals have in the system responds and feeds off the cannabinoids found in marijuana.

Given this revelation,  The medical industry is experiencing a significant shift in focus as cannabis becomes an alternative to treating a range of elements including pain, which is a $650 billion a year industry.
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Of course the beauty of cannabis is it does not have the negative side-effects that pharmaceutical opioids had including addiction.
This in itself is it another reason why cannabis is an excellent investment because it’s working to reduce the  devastating affects of opioid addiction which affects between 25 to 35 million people worldwide.

So cannabis investments and investing in the marijuana industry makes great sense but where do you begin. There are so many companies out there all vying for a place in the marketplace so which of these companies have the big picture in mind. We direct your attention to Medicinal Organic cannabis Australia (MOCA) Pty LTD which launched in Australia in early 2017 as a result of the change in legislation to the Australian government for the cultivation of medicinal cannabis. 

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This company is innovative and approaching the market sector from a myriad of ways including digitally. Its focus is in attracting customers and users over the Internet and by partnering with leading media company New Realm, the company is able to deliver website access to platforms such as organicmarijuana.com

They are a fully licensed import export company who starting from the distribution and working backwards towards cultivation enabled the company to meet its demand  by creating it in the first place.


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Online Cannabis Sales Are Thriving Thanks To The Rise Of Cannabis Marketplaces

With a market capitalization close to $1 trillion, Amazon is the largest company in the world. It got there by capitalizing its ever-increasing reliance on e-commerce, delivering products faster, more efficiently and more conveniently than physical retailers. 

Over the past two decades, almost every aspect of the retail sector has been impacted and transformed by the web. Companies are now expected to complement physical establishments with a sleek and easy-to-use online component. Those that capitalize on the 14.3 percent of retail sales that are now made online, a figure that grows higher every year.

Nonetheless, nothing can stop the inevitable. 

Cannabis Is Gradually Moving Online

Cannabis retailers can and must move online. Companies turned to the web to help them capture the growing market and according to Marijuana Business Magazine, the vast majority of hemp-based CBD products are sold online as the demand for CBD continues to soar into the stratosphere.

Despite the regulation, any retail cannabis or CBD company that’s not establishing its online is quickly making itself obsolete. Millennials and Gen-Zers who grew up experiencing the convenience to the modern consumer won’t tolerate having to put more effort into buying cannabis than they do buying their clothes, food, or smart phones. 

Still unsure about what this means? According to Cannabis MD’s Knowledge Navigator, CBD online is more popular than Beyoncé or the Kardashians!

Enter Digital Marketplaces and Delivery Platforms

Digital marketplaces and delivery platforms are playing a pivotal role in bringing cannabis retail into the digital space. They currently offer cannabis companies the easiest way to move products online without setting up their own digital presence.

By 2024, Americans are expected to spend more than $22 billion a year on CBD and hemp-derived products and by 2025 as much as $66 billion annually on cannabis products in general, the vast majority of which will be spent online. 


Federal Government wants to see 'evidence' legalizing cannabis is a good idea

A row is brewing between the ACT and Federal Government over controversial moves to legalize cannabis in Canberra from early next year.

Federal Government wants to see 'evidence' legalising cannabis is a good idea

Possessing, growing and smoking cannabis will be legal in the ACT from early next year

The Federal Government is unhappy with the legislation, questioning it on multiple fronts

Health Minister Greg Hunt wants to see what evidence the ACT considered before the legislation was passed

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has penned a letter to ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr, calling on him to produce any evidence he considered before supporting the legislation, regarding the health impacts of cannabis.

The ACT Government last month passed legislation legalizing possessing, smoking and growing small amounts of cannabis from early next year. Read More


The Economic Implications Behind The Debate for the Legalization of  Cannabis

1. The Economic Implications Behind The Debate for the Legalization of  Cannabis

After a prohibition that in the USA began in the 1920s, countries all over the world are considering the legalization of cannabis for its healing properties and as a way to deal with its increased consumption. Marijuana is the most widely used illegal substance in the world, so introducing modern regulations that allow regulated access seems the way moving forward. Some Governments around the world have taken action to regulate the cultivation and consumption of cannabis, this is the case, for example, of some states in the United States, Canada and Uruguay. Now the focus is on Europe. where the regulation of cannabis for medical use is under discussion in the European Parliament and some States have a new debate on the economic benefits that the legalization of cannabis can bring. Read More

2. Cannabis Business is officially considered legit worldwide

Cannabis Business is officially considered legit worldwide

Cannabis is very rapidly becoming a global financial matter of interest as nations ranging from the U.S. to Canada to Colombia to Israel — to name just a few — are actively discussing how to best partner up and get in on this massive inexorable economic force that seems to crush everything in its way. The most powerful marijuana enterprises worldwide will soon create the industry’s global supply chains, lower costs, and lead to expanding scientific research for using the plant as medicine. Read More  


 Whoopi Goldberg talks about marijuana and wellbeing

 “I’ve spent the better part of my life supporting causes that were important to me. I’ve championed social issues, human rights and concerns of the voiceless, among other things.” said comedian, actress, writer, singer, and entrepreneur Whoopi Goldberg in an editorial about cannabis she wrote in 2018. Her latest venture, she explained, was helping women gain access to the analgesic and other therapeutic properties of the marijuana plant. Read More 


Questions Cannabis Producers and Researchers Are Asking In 2019

The increased legalization of cannabis worldwide has driven a corresponding growth in research and development. The industry has progressed from foundational products like cannabis flower, often high in THC, the compound known its psychotropic effects (the “high”), to derivative products such as edibles, vapes, and even hemp-based non-psychotropic CBDRead more 

 Cannabis predictions for 2019 from Entrepreneurs On The Front Line

Ten out of fifty US states, encompassing more than half the Country’s population, will now have access to legal recreational marijuana. Canada went legal in late 2018 and Israel continues to expand its medical marijuana research. What’s next? Entrepreneurs in the industry cite new ways to invest, better testing and the continued explosion of CBD products as some of the biggest trends. Still, the industry is fundamentally selling a product that is deemed to be illegal by the USA federal government, so the biggest question on everyone's mind is: will cannabis be taken off the Schedule 1 drug list? Read More  


Coca-Cola is closely watching CBD in drinks
 

The Coca-Cola Company is "closely watching" the wider use of cannabidiol (CBD), the naturally occurring non-psychoactive compound derived from the cannabis plant in drinks. This is another sign cannabis-related products are getting more acceptance in mainstream culture and a harder look from US business.

The statement came after reports the beverage giant was in talks with Aurora Cannabis, a Canadian company to create a health drink infused with CBD. Full Story


The ACT Government has sent the Commonwealth a strongly worded defence of its cannabis legislation, warning against any attempt to overrule the contentious law and "will of the people".

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A new ACT law that legalizes the possession and use of small amounts of marijuana will come into effect next year

The ACT's Attorney-General says federal police have better things to do than pursue cannabis users

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr says he does not expect cannabis use to increase after legalization

Senior federal ministers have been highly critical of the ACT's move last month to legalize possession, consumption and cultivation of small amounts of cannabis for adults in Canberra from early next year.

Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter is still weighing up a response to the legislation, which his office only saw in full this week. Read More 


A growing number of Australians want marijuana legalised

October 14 2019 

A growing number of Australians want marijuana legalised

New research from Roy Morgan shows increasing numbers of Australians across all age groups want to legalize marijuana – although 49% remain opposed.

Overall, 42% of Australians now support legalization of marijuana, up 9% points in just four years. The percentage who say marijuana should remain illegal is down 7% over the same period to 49%. A further 9% are undecided.

Australians aged 18 to 34 years old are the most likely to support the legalization of marijuana. This is also the segment of the population where opinion has shifted to the greatest degree over the last four years. 

These are the latest findings from the Roy Morgan Single Source survey, derived from in-depth face-to-face interviews with over 50,000 Australians each year in their homes. Read More