The Rocky Road for Edibles

By: Cecil King         The Rocky Road for Edibles Missouri visitors to Colorado's legal cannabis market will find their favorite edibles look a little different. Cannabis-infused food products for sale in Colorado have come under new packaging rules as of February 1, 2015. Colorado's Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) gathered comments from industry leaders,

Missourians Hit the Road for Cannabis

By: Cecil King    Missourians Hit the Road for Cannabis As another tourism season begins in the Show-Me state, Missouri Legislators may hear a giant “whooshing” sound. That's the sound of hundreds of thousands of dollars heading to the exit doors from Missouri's economy destined for the legal cannabis markets of Colorado, Washington and

Missouri’s Future Cannabis Consumer

By: Cecil King      Missouri's Future Cannabis Consumer While the grand opening of the first retail cannabis dispensary in downtown Rolla, Kansas City, Columbia, St. Louis or any other city in Missouri isn't scheduled to happen anytime soon, it would be interesting to predict what types of cannabis customers would walk through

Missouri Loses Another Harvest

By: Cecil King     Missouri Loses Another Harvest While Missouri's legislators continue to struggle with passing laws to regulate cannabis and the non-psychoactive hemp plant, other states are becoming more attuned to the economic potential of commercialized hemp production. The Missouri Senate removed House Bill 830 allowing industrial hemp research from further debate

“Celebrities and women are the secret to legalization”

By: Cecil King      "Celebrities and women are the secret to legalization” Cannabis entrepreneurs today don't have anything like the Homestead Act of 1865 which lured settlers to move west with cheap land to establish a new homestead, but they are staking their own claims in the new cannabis economy. One of those

The Healing Power of the Brownie

By: Cecil King    The Healing Power of the Brownie Visitors strolling through the city streets of Missouri's popular tourist destinations such as Branson or Lake Ozark can sample a variety of treats like Ozark fudge, homemade chocolates, country-style brownies, creamy pralines, nostalgic penny candies and other delicious Missouri sweets. However, no Missouri candy

Missouri Loses Millions of Tourist Dollars

By: Cecil King          Missouri Loses Millions of Tourist Dollars Towering 630 vertical feet above the Mississippi River, St. Louis' Gateway Arch is the number one tourism destination in the state. Four million guests each year visit Missouri to see the world's highest catenary arch and the tallest monument in the western