DENVER, CO–(Marketwired – Jul 14, 2017) – Dewmar International BMC, Inc. (OTC PINK: DEWM) a diversified operating company that conducts business across a multitude of synergistic business sectors announced today that its Nevada subsidiary, United States Hemp Corporation, has created a wholly-owned subsidiary by the name of Cannabis Intellectual Property Holdings, LLC in order to protect a number of medical cannabis intellectual property assets.
The medical marijuana movement in this country has been growing for decades. The first state to approve marijuana for medical use was California in 1996 but momentum increased exponentially after news broke about the Charlotte’s Web strain in Colorado. Charlotte’s web was developed by the Colorado-based Stanley Brothers which is a strain that his high in a cannabinoid known as cannabidiol but at the same time, the strain contains virtually no THC.
Prior to treatment, a young girl affectionately known as Charlotte was having a seizure up to hundreds of times a day. After using the high CBD oil, the seizures virtually immediately ceased to occur. According to Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s CNN Special Report docuseries film titled, WEED, we are at the beginning of the medical marijuana revolution as thousands of families moved from all over the country to Colorado to gain access to this rare but remarkable strain.
Today, eight states and the District of Columbia have approved marijuana for recreational use and 29 states have approved marijuana for medical use in addition to the territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the District of Columbia. States in the Deep South have taken proactive measures to proceed with medical marijuana legislation, particularly Louisiana, Arkansas and Florida; with more Southern states gaining enough interest to take action in the near future.
Dr. Marco Moran, Chief Executive Officer of Dewmar International, commented, “Throughout my career as a director of pharmacy and head