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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Marlboro ‘M’ Brand Marijuana Cigarettes Now For Sale In Four U.S. States


No, Phillip Morris Marlboro is not making any type of marijuana-brand cigarettes, at least not yet.

These days you can get away with just about anything on the internet. Unfortunately when it comes to making sh*t up, no one is hotter right now than “Now 8 News.”

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The article reads as following:

“Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Alaska residents are celebrating the release of Phillip Morris Marlboro ‘M’ Brand Marijuana Cigarettes available next month for recreational use. The world’s largest cigarette producer, announced today that they will join the recreational marijuana bandwagon and begin the sale of marijuana cigarettes in these 4 U.S. states beginning November 1, 2015.

“This product is marketed under the brand “Marlboro M” and will be available for sale through marijuana-licensed outlets. Serafin Norcik, Philip Morris’ Senior Vice President for marketing, said in an interview, “Our company has been high on the idea for marketing cannabis and has been monitoring the market for some time. We have finally made the decision to take the leap and support these states in their right to legalized recreational marijuana use.

“Currently the law limits the purchase to only one pack at a time. Prices start at $89 per pack. You must be 21 years or older to purchase and must provide a photo ID. Any resale of the Philip Morris Marlboro “M” Brand Marijuana cigarettes is subject to fines and jail time according to local laws.”
Does the legal cannabis industry want someone like Phillip Morris coming onto the scene?

When interviewing cannabis companies for Green Rush Daily, we always ask where they see their company in 5 years. The overwhelming response is “Well, we hope to get bought out in 3 to 5 years by big tobacco or big pharma; we all know they are coming, right?” Now maybe it’s just a ploy or some cute candid response, but truthfully most cannabis companies don’t have a f*cking clue as to where they will be in 1 year, let alone 5.
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Do we know “they” are coming?

Is big tobacco and big pharma hurting so badly right now they’re going to stop making billions per year on pills and cigarettes? Last we checked, people still line up to buy cigarettes at $15 a pack, and pills seem to be all the rage these days, especially judging from this list of the top 10 most prescribed drugs of 2015.
Marlboro Marijuana Cigarettes
via: Webmd

Everyone can now be perfect with the right pill these days, regardless of your gene pool. You just need to look out for the laundry list of side affects like diarrhea and vomiting.

Heroin is beyond an epidemic right now, mostly caused by opioids (vicodin, percocet) being shoved down our throats after simple procedures like getting a tooth pulled. This indirectly (or directly depending on how you look at it) translates to big dollars for big pharma. That, my friends, is why nothing is being done about it; good ‘ole capitalism at its finest.
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Big pharma and tobacco may eventually get into the cannabis game at some point, but when? No one really knows; but what we do know is they’re not going to hire cannabis growers overnight and start farming like a video game.

Until then, let’s focus on the positives of cannabis and what it can do to advance our nation/humanity as a whole. We know cannabis solves problems and issues we are facing as a country, from medical cures to lowering addiction rates to hard drugs. By now everyone should know the fact that it brings in sh*t tons of tax revenue for states that have legalized it.

Bottom line, this is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what the cannabis plant can do for our world. To stop here would be foolish, SO DON’T.

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