Back in college, my friends and I started growing cannabis to smoke after class.
It was a fun afternoon activity and it gave us purpose.
We started with one plant, but it grew quickly and easily. We had plants in every closet on the second floor before the end of the semester and I was the king of a very lucrative and successful weed distribution operation. Eventually, I wanted to go legit. I had a college degree, some savings money from my birthdays, and a knack for growing cannabis sativa plants. I didn’t know where to start, so the first thing I did was have a consultation with a marijuana expert. The marijuana expert asked me a lot of different questions. They gave me some helpful information and told me the rates for helping with a project. They told me that it was going to be a lot of hard work, effort, time, and money to see my dream all the way to the end. It is not an easy feat to open a cannabis business. I spent nearly $40,000 trying to obtain a permit from the state to grow and sell my own marijuana strains. Unfortunately, the state would not give me a permit to sell marijuana. My only option was to grow the plants and sell them to a medical marijuana harvesting cell facility. The cannabis consultant advised me to continue trying to apply for a dispensary license oh, but he also felt it was a good idea to set up a couple of business relationships with local harvesting and packaging facilities.