Jamaica’s first medicinal marijuana company, Medicanja, launched this year against a backdrop of reinvigorated debate around ganja law reform among leading policymakers. The renowned Jamaican scientist Dr. Henry Lowe, a leader in THC studies for medical purposes, is running the company with the University of West Indies and the University of Technology jointly funding the facility. In addition to studying the scientific benefits of marijuana, Dr. Lowe says the company will produce CBD-based medical products, which fall under legally accepted medicinal use of the ganja plant. Lowe says the plant extract can be used to treat psychosis and severe pain, as well as mid-life crises in men.
Jamaican Bud Business, Medicine, Sacrament & Economics
Tsege Mariam her baptism name in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Faith. Tsege/Flower or Mariam/Mary mother of Christ, is a daughter of Zion. Her love for truth, justice and righteousness brought her to publish with RasTafari TV Network. She was born in St. Ann, Jamaica and reside as a free child in exile in America. Her original heritage is from Ethiopia, The Land of Zion. She is a mother to her community, a lyrical rebel, a social activist and advocate for children and elders. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://sitemedia.us