In 1996, California became the first U.S. state to legalize medical marijuana.
Today, 32 other states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical cannabis use.
And roughly 60% of Americans now live in a state where medical marijuana is legal.
Now, there are arguments to be made that the medical market will be much larger than the adult-use market. And that’s because almost everyone has an ailment cannabis can be used to treat.
Plus, as the graying of America accelerates, there’s a growing pool of patients.
So, of the $80 billion the U.S. cannabis market is projected to be worth by 2030, as much as $58 billion may be from medical marijuana.
Unfortunately, the endocannabinoid system wasn’t discovered until 1992. So there’s a lot of education that needs to take place.
And that’s why I was pleased to have Dr. Theodore Search as my guest. He’s chairman of the Medical Advisory Board for cannabis software and metered-dose inhaler company Gofire.
He shared with us the biggest hurdles medical professionals and patients face when it comes to cannabis. And then we got into dosing – the No. 1 priority for Gofire.
We also dug into what sort of treatments cannabis can be used to supplement and the possible risks patients face from using cannabis.
Most importantly, Dr. Search shared what he’s learned on his journey to bridge cannabis and modern medicine.
It’s an interview you don’t want to miss!
Click here to watch today’s episode.
Here’s to high returns,