Earlier this year the Attorney General Eric Holder indicted that the DEA would end the arrests on their state approved medical marijuana dispensaries. It has created a booming business chance for those businesses whom have ties with the marijuana industry.
Businesses such as smoking accessories have benefited from the increase supply and demand of the legalization of Marijuana. Websites such as GotVape.com, VaporHerb.com and online retailers offering medical marijuana supplies.
Other businesses that’s also received a boost in revenue, has been the hydroponic industry. Hydroponicing has become a focal point in the Marijuana industry. Companies such as GrowOp Technologies a number one hydroponic company. GrowOp Technologies is putting marijuana growing on wheels for a fee of $10,000 to $60,000.
Schools have become a well known option in the Medical Marijuana business. Marijuana schools are offering a variety of curriculum’s on the legalization and growing of Cannabis. One of those schools is Oaksterdam University. Oaksterdam University has locations in California and Michigan. Oaksterdam is driving the educational process to educate the general public on the do’s and don’t s of the cannabis business. If you should be trying to find an online course medicalcannabisacademy.com is offering curriculum’s to take online.
HempCon can be an organization which produces and displays Medical Marijuana trade shows. In February 2010 HemCon out of stock the Los Angeles Convention Center. The show was designed to market the Marijuana industry, as a whole. Best Online Dispensary USA HempCon could be the premiere Medical Marijuana trade show organization in the United States. HempCon will be conducting their next trade show in the San Mateo Event Focus on August 6-8.
Not to forget the dispensaries themselves. They’re receiving record sales from newly transformed medical marijuana patients. Insurance companies may also be stepping into the action. Monarch E&S insurance is offering “Dispensary Insurance.” The insurance covers property and general liability that may include limited theft coverage on cannabis stock and inventory.