How will global cannabis trade elevate and/or affect humanity? Senior consultant, Gil Luxembourg, from Israeli Parliament (government), is on a 15-day journey to the United States in the hopes of paving the way to worldwide cannabis trade.
There was a time where we all didn’t think cannabis legalization would happen in our lifetime. And now, with the recent “semi” legalization of recreational cannabis use in Colorado and Washington, we are now seeing a LOT more global legalization and relaxation of laws.
A WORLDWIDE weed exportation and trade, possibly occurring in our lifetime, could be on its way. With brave individuals, such as Gil Luxembourg, we may begin to see the doors opening up to global trade, in the very near future.
As Gil bravely embarks on a unique quest, to change the world, several questions begin to pop up.
- What does all this mean?
- How is he going to legalize global trade?
- What is the intention behind legalizing global trade?
- How close are we to global trade now?
- What will Gil need to discover to allow global trade to be a practical and reasonable desire for ALL humanity?
These questions, and more, will be answered in this very brief report. Answers to these questions have got to be one of the most important, if not THE most important, event currently happening in the Cannabis industry, right now.
What does this all mean?
The most important and immediate implication of global trade, TRUE FREE global trade, means you get to bring your weed with you wherever your heart desires.
You can jump online, pull up the “Amazon Of Weed Search Engine” for different weed strains and products, and order them from all over the world! Imagine: quickly being able to get an exotic foreign weed strain delivered to the comforts of your own home?
Go deeper and think about being able to try all the variety and exotic blends the world has to offer. Dream about a world where we have no stigma, laws or general “awkwardness” about consuming cannabis. There will be a day where FULL restoration will be in play.
How is Gil Luxembourg going to legalize global cannabis trade?
Gil has been involved in the Cannabis community for a very long time. He has been involved in several long term projects that has positioned him as an international authority and a well respected, prominent, voice to be able to speak to governments and authority, and have his voice heard.
Israel does NOT have laws as “relaxed” and the United States. This being the case, Gil has been inspired to travel to the States and spend some time investigating what the HIGHEST standards and practices, that will be required, to act as the foundation for reasonable and practical global trade.
Gil will be spending approximately 15 days in our land of interesting cannabis laws. He will be visiting Colorado, Oregon, and California and spending 5 days in each state, personally visiting many different companies that relate to the cannabis industry.
Everything from seed to sale, he wants to see it all. The intention is to discover basic patterns of highest standards and business practices. If we’re going to have global trade, there has to be reasonable standards that we ALL will have to agree is fair play.
The question is, will we be able to “globally” come together and find common ground?
What are the true “deeper” intentions of legalizing global trade?
Scientifically speaking, we’ll have better access to accurate and abundant information. The cannabis plant has dozens and dozens, if not hundreds, of different specific cannabinoids, in great variety, between the various strains across the globe.
There could be strains all around the world that have very specific healing properties that other strains don’t have. A BIG questions we will be able to begin to start to “research” a discover reasonable answer to, are not in short supply.
However — I believe there is one question that may be a tad more important, that most all other questions, that global trade will begin to bring into the light. The question begins with a basic understanding that there is literally, in existence, diseases that specifically arise PURELY from cannabinoid deficiency alone.
Cannabinoid deficiency simply means that your, internal cannabis (cannabinoids) are low. Just like you could be lacking in Vitamin C, you can also be lacking in cannabinoids.
Now, the BIG IMPORTANT question that a lot of us cannabis researchers are asking, and honestly want to know the answer to is as follows. How much modern disease would ACTUALLY exist IF humanity wasn’t suffering from CECD (Clinical EndoCannabinoid Deficiency)
More simply put, how many of us would still be sick if we had proper amounts of, the essential nutrient, cannabis in our body? This is one of the BIG questions global trade and global legalization will begin to be able to answer.
How close are we to global trade now?
There are certain parts of the cannabis plant that are being currently traded worldwide.
The only REAL part of the cannabis plant that is under intense scrutiny, to global trade, is the part of the plant that makes your high.
THC is what could take a little bit of work to convince the world that it will be okay to facilitate global trade, in a safe manner.
I’ve heard several stories, throughout my time in the cannabis community, about how a good handful of people have found loopholes in the law, which have allowed them to take their cannabis overseas.
These stories are few and far between and are not currently catering to the masses.
What we currently know, about Israel, is that they are moving FAST on this topic.
They currently have passed the first stages of legislation for the medical cannabis exportation.
The changes that are currently under way are:
- Placing cannabis as a schedule II drug.
- Creating the infrastructure for global exporting.
What will Gil need to discover to allow global trade to be a practical and reasonable desire for ALL humanity?
Gil is on a mission to write a review for the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) to highlight the different regulations in place.Specifically the HIGHEST STANDARDS of regulation that all have common grounds.
What Gil will need to discover is a common ground, that can unanimously be considered as the HIGHEST standards of operation, in which to establish worldwide exportation and trade. If there is any hope for a future of international collaboration, what must be discovered is a global agreement to high standards of operation.
Once we realize, globally, that this can reasonably be achieved, we will begin to pave the way to high levels of health, wealth and quality of life, for all of humanity.