I also keep the 8:1 CBD:THC ratio oil from Care by Design on hand, mainly for flights and acute anxiety situations like a panic attacks. The effects of the 8:1 are noticeable—I might equate it to a very subtle xanax.
With a full suite of CBD-rich products including soft gel capsules, tinctures and vapor cartridges, Care by Design blends THC with CBD in precise ratios.
Whether you’re operating in a medical or recreational marijuana market, illicit cannabis sales are an ever-present threat to the legal industry.
High-caliber business professionals are deciding now is the time to jump into cannabis. The latest is the dean of Sonoma State University’s School of Business and Economics and founder of the university’s Wine Business Institute, William Silver.
Fast-growing Santa Rosa cannabis manufacturing firm CannaCraft has tapped William Silver, the former dean of Sonoma State University’s School of Business and Economics, as its new CEO.
Within the consumption area of The Emerald Cup, one of the largest businesses presenting is CannaCraft, a Santa Rosa-based operation that houses multiple brands: Care by Design, Absolut Xtracts and Satori. At this year’s cup, co-founders Dennis Hunter and Ned Fussell were invited to the stage to be honored for their efforts to provide for the community in the days, weeks and months following the fires.
CannaCraft, Inc., a leading medical cannabis manufacturer, has donated 12,000 square feet of its office space in Santa Rosa to the American Red Cross to use as its Regional Headquarters for Northern California fire relief.
There was very little time to react and all the people ran on foot for the fence line as propane tanks exploded and their vehicles were engulfed in the inferno.
Santa Rosa, California-based CannaCraft Inc. is temporarily donating its 12,000-square-foot office space in the city to the American Red Cross for its use as its regional headquarters to coordinate its relief efforts for the Northern California wildfires.
Since last year, cannabis businesses have spurred at least 18 industrial property transactions in Santa Rosa worth more than $40 million. As the sector expands, empty buildings are becoming harder to find in the city, where vacancy rates in industrial areas have dropped from 12 percent to 5 percent in three years.