Canadian CANNAINVESTOR Magazine May 2017 - Page 155

The Need for Cannabis

Estimated 50,000 Commercial Uses

Cannabis can produce medicine, fuel, paper, food, rope, maps, clothes, nets, lace, soap, sails, shoes, plastics, explosives, caulking, fiber-board, paint, sealant, methanol, gasoline, fibre for fuel, bricks, charcoal, auto bodies, packing mass, lubricants, oil for lighting, oil for fuel, oil for lights, animal food, furniture, mats, varnish, lotions, ointments, lacquer, salad dressings....

There is an estimated 50,000 commercial uses.

Until about 100 years ago, almost all the world's bibles, maps, sails, clothes and books were made out of cannabis.

Cannabis is versatile because it has so many uses. It's uses can be traced back to thousands of years before Christ.

Although medical marijuana is illegal in many parts of the world, its use as a medicine dates back thousands of years.

The global legal marijuana market to grow at a CAGR of 37.8% during the next 4 years!