· nation-wide patient care through a universal collective of non-profit Foundations;
· universal regulatory protocols for the planting, cultivation, harvesting, quality control, traceability (seed to patient) of Medical Marijuana products and modalities; and
· the 5-Star Medicine Wheel Project dispensing of Medical Marijuana to eligible patients in States adopting appropriate Legislation.
The Medicine Wheel Project® provides States with an easy to adopt and implement standardized program of universal nation-wide patient care and through that standardization, (i) an understandable and risk manageable business enterprise for the investment community; and (ii) an easy to implement program for the levying and collection of State Taxes on the manufacture and dispensing of Medical Marijuana products and modalities.
The Medical Marijuana Business Revolution that is The Medicine Wheel Project® has been evolving over the past year and it is now time for The Medicine Wheel Project® to be presented as a commercially organized and viable nationally-scaled business for the advocacy, cultivation and dispensing of Medical Marijuana in States which have adopted Medical Marijuana Legislation.
It is time that Medical Marijuana is brought into the light of day and woven into the fabric of main stream American Society rather than legitimized by State Legislation but nonetheless relegated to the fringes of speculative endorsement where main stream American Society speculates and becomes suspicious and mistrusting of its motives.
Medical Marijuana is not a panacea, however, it is a legitimate effective augment to synthetic pharmaceuticals normally prescribed for management of chronic pain. The therapeutic benefits of Medical Marijuana can only truly be appreciated by someone who suffers from the physical and psychological ravages of continuous, un-abating chronic pain. Unless someone has experienced years of continuous chronic pain and the physical and psychological side effects of the long-term use of synthetic pharmaceuticals normally prescribed for management of chronic pain such as Fentanyl, OxyContin, Percocet and the like, it is not possible for anyone to understand what it means or feels like to have even the short respite from chronic pain that Medical Marijuana affords.
American Society would never advocate or permit the prolonged suffering of animals without stepping in to provide some form of appropriate relief, however, that same Society stumbles when it comes to providing relief to its fellow members other than by way of drug company and FDA endorsed synthetic pharmaceuticals which have proven, on multiple occasions, to harbor dangerous, potentially life-threatening side effects. Therein lies the true tragedy.