Sure, you smoked weed a lot when you were in high school, and a little bit while you were in college, and maybe even smoke it occasionally to this day, but life being what it is, you neither seem to have the time, or the funds to get high. Come to think of it, life has become a real stress rollercoaster, what with kids, a husband or a wife, a full time professional job, and way too much month at the end of the money. You have thought that maybe you wanted to stare a small online company (like a marijuana seed company), outsource some professional work, etc., but again, the time factor is crippling. Why don’t you give a thought to the business of medical marijuana, one aspect of the cannabusiness that is growing in leaps and bounds, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Start small, as a medical marijuana patient
You can start out as a patient in the medical marijuana field, you are allowed to grow a small amount of marijuana, and possess a certain amount of ounces of the medical marijuana, and you are allowed to sell or “donate” as much of it as you like. The donate structure works pretty much like this, you set a specific donation price, and the purchaser donates that money toward the acquiring of your bud. Smoking medical marijuana, or atomizing it is an excellent way to relieve stress, and the money that can be made selling it is phenomenal. You can take online classes in the cultivation of marijuana, or there are several schools around the country where you can take classes at an actual campus, the classes are usually from two to three weeks long. The amount of knowledge and acquired wisdom one can receive from a class, whether online or on a physical campus is incalculable, do yourself a favor and take a few.
Start small, as medical marijuana grower
When you feel ready for your first medical marijuana grow, remember to start out small, maybe ten plants. That way, if all hell breaks loose, and your cannabis grow fails, at least you won’t be upside down in the money you invested in it. If at first you do not succeed, try again. You will get this skill, and you will become very good at it. It is worth taking the time to get it right.