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Top Airs First Investor Venture

August 29, 2014 | reports: On August 27, 2014, I interviewed Derwin Wallace, Investor Relations V.P. for  Derwin has started his very own start up in the investor relations industry.  Derwin, related he has been in the “I.R.” business for the past 15 years and decided to delve into the cannabis industry attracting domestic and international investors.  So far, his business has enjoyed some success, take a look at the following press release:

ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / AUGUST 01, 2014 / The first online Cannabis Investor Webcast will be held on September 30, 2014 at 9:00 AM ET – 7:00 PM ET. The monthly online webcast connects privately-held and publicly traded industry companies with investors, analysts, media, and consumers. The monthly online webcast will include 45-minute live presentations and Q&A by CEO’s and CFO’s of each cannabis company. More information about the online webcast is available on

“We’re excited to finally bring the Cannabis Investor Webcast to market for industry companies and investors,” said Derwin A. Wallace, Director of Investor Webcast. “The online webcast will provide industry companies in the emerging cannabis industry an opportunity to increase company exposure and assist industry investors, analysts, media, and consumers in researching companies in the emerging cannabis industry.”

“I am looking forward to participating in this first-of-its kind virtual conference,” said Alan Brochstein, Founder of 420 Investor, the leading collaborative due diligence platform for cannabis stocks. “Investors will have the opportunity to hear from a variety of companies in the sector and to have their questions answered.” Read More

Pot Legal Joe Catfish

July 17, 2014 |

Pot Legal Joe Catfish, present their newest music video on!  We interviewed Don Holifield who posted on our Facebook site after reviewing his music video.  Don an outspoken cannabis activist since the 70’s expressed his willingness to reach out to the world and let it be known it is now legal! Don who admittedly has had many run ins with the law over smoking marijuana said he is no longer afraid since he now  is a marijuana card toting toker.  Don said he personally wrote the lyrics to his newest song and actually recorded it on a whim in his very own studio. If you listen to the words, his message is pretty simple, but I will let you be the judge of that.  The video has the aroma of a dimly lit bar from the 70’s with a packed out standing room only with thick smoke in the air with beer sipping hippies jamming to pot legal. It was a pleasure interviewing such a fine man such as Don, he was being real and is one of those guys who says it like it is. Read More

Marijuana Start Ups

July 2, 2014 |

Marijuana start ups are trending big time all across America, specifically in the States of Colorado and Washington.  Marijuana is in high demand and collectives are having a hard time keeping up with such large demands. Read More

Colorado Symphony Orchestra Weighs in on Marijuana

May 2, 2014 |

Denver- saying you can bring your weed, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra will be playing an arrangement of gathering pledges shows supported by the state’s expanding marijuana industry. “The Colorado Symphony is pleased to announce Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series, benefiting the Colorado Symphony “Traditionally Cannabis: The High Note Series is a BYOC-accommodating knowledge for music sweethearts, offering exhibitions by Colorado Symphony outfits.” In an articulation Tuesday, ensemble CEO Jerome Kern said the shows are a piece of an exertion to achieve a more extensive group of onlookers and raise cash for the orchestra. Read More

Is Marijuana Awful for your Heart

May 2, 2014 |

Dr. Max Gomez reported a study discharged a week ago discovered marijuana is awful for your heart. Yet there’s another confirmation it may have the capacity to help treat some cerebrum infections.There’s confirmation that medicinal marijuana can ease ache, sickness and regurgitating created by a mixed bag of sicknesses and medication medicines. Subsequently, 21 states and the District of Columbia have some rendition of sanctioned medicinal marijuana with shifting limitations from state to state, Gomez reported. Notwithstanding, there’s some confirmation of its viability in patients with various sclerosis. Numerous patients with weakening mind maladies turn to marijuana after conventional medicines come up short, Gomez reported. Another review from the American Academy of Neurology shows that marijuana pills or shower can help a few MS side effects. “The ones that were helped the most were pain, spasticity, which is tightness of the muscles, difficulty walking, which is usually related to spasticity,” said Dr. Barbara Koppel, Professor of neurology at New York Medical College. Yet the discoveries propose marijuana is not successful in treating Parkinson’s malady or epilepsy seizures. Dr, Koppel said that doesn’t mean the medication doesn’t work. Rather as of right now, there isn’t sufficient research in those regions including smoked marijuana.

“There were too few patients studied in the rigorous manner that we need in order to classify and say something conclusive.” Koppel said. Smoking marijuana is not without dangers including heart and lung harm and cam weaken taking in and memory observation and judgment. Yet with marijuana now legitimate in numerous spots specialists trust it will be simpler to direct more thorough studies to get a clearer picture of its dangers and profits. is not so sure these statements are really so true!  What we do know is more and more doctors are looking at marijuana and there affects on the human race. Read More

Obama’s Organization’s Rules to Banks

May 2, 2014 |

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Tuesday defended the Obama organization’s rules to banks directing transactions with legitimate marijuana merchants as congressional Republicans addressed whether the direction adds up to implied elected support of a drug unlawful in most states. The equity and Treasury divisions issued a guide in February that might permit the new business to profit and pay imposes a move that empowers the authorized marijuana industry to work in Colorado and Washington State. Read More

Pot Cookie Killer

April 21, 2014 | reports:—a late spousal murder case is the second passing in the not so distant future interfaced to palatable marijuana, starting inquiries and worry about what part, if any, the pill played. A month ago, a 19-year-old student fell to his death from balcony of a hotel consuming six servings of a pot cookie. “There’s just not enough information right now to say, absolutely, pot was to blame,” 9news therapist Max Wachtel said. On account of the murder, there are different components to think about additionally pot. Police say suspected shooter Richard Kirk was likewise on medication for back ache all things considered, so pot might not have been the main thing in his blood.

Sources told 9news Kris Kirk was on the telephone with 911 for give or take 12 prior minutes her husband Richard purportedly shot her in the head while she was still hanging on the line. Court archives uncovered that Kirk could be heard out of sight of the call “discussing some marijuana ‘candy’ that he had got from a store.” “There’s certainly an extreme likelihood that [marijuana] contributed,” Wachtel said. “What we know about the case at this point is that he probably ingested an edible, had way too much pot in his system.” That can result in issues, says Wachtel, who focuses to a study that took a gander at the brain on THC, the psychoactive pill in pot. It found that some piece of the brain called the prefrontal cortex gets more dynamic when laid open to the drug. This zone is accepted to acquire sights and sounds from your general surroundings, so more movement could mean more sensations. Notwithstanding, THC likewise brought about an alternate some piece of the cerebrum called the striatum to back off. Read More

Obama Eager to Work with Congress

April 8, 2014 | reports — The Obama organization might be eager to work with congress if legislators need to

take cannabis off the rundown of what the national government acknowledges the most perilous pills,

Attorney General Eric Holder said Friday.

” We’d be more than glad to work with Congress if there is a desire to look at and reexamine how the

drug is scheduled, as I said there is a great degree of expertise that exists in Congress,” Holder said

throughout a house Appropriations Committee hearing. ” It is something that ultimately Congress

would have to change, and I think that our administration would be glad to work with Congress if such a

proposal were made.”

A few parts of Congress have approached the organization to minimization cannabis on its own without

sitting tight for congressional movement. Under the elected Controlled substances Act, the lawyer

general has the power to ” remove any drug or other substance from the schedules if he finds that the

drug or other substance does not meet the requirements for inclusion in any schedule.” Holder didn’t

show Friday that he might be ready to do that singularly. Read More