THE POWER OF THE PLANT ™RMC believes in the healing, health-giving potential of cannabis
Promoting the Power of the Plant™
RMC believes in the healing, health-giving potential of cannabis. For thousands of years, cannabis has been a staple of traditional medicine in cultures around the world. Today, American medicine is rediscovering the value of cannabis as an effective therapy for a broad range of diseases from cancer, HIV/AIDS and multiple sclerosis to Alzheimer’s, glaucoma, epilepsy and chronic pain.
The anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and immune-modulating properties cannabis make it a powerful ingredient in medications for skin infections, burns and rashes, as well as rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. And recent studies have suggested the important role key cannabinoids found in cannabis have in promoting general health and wellness in the human body.
RMC is committed to making premium quality medicinal cannabis available to every patient who can benefit from its use. And we embrace the enlightened, positive changes taking place in governments across the country that will allow millions of patients to access medicinal cannabis therapies.
RMC believes the Power of the Plant will help significantly improve the quality of their lives.
There are 110 known phytocannabinoids that exist in various plants throughout the world. More than 85 of these are present in cannabis and some of them have been proven to be effective therapeutic agents. The following chart correlates key phytocannabinoids in cannabis with a wide variety of therapeutic uses.
Nationwide Cannabis Demand Value
If cannabis were now legal in all 50 states, its total nationwide demand value would only be exceeded by beer. The current Legal Market of $1.43 billion is expected to grow by 64% to $2.34 billion in 2014. By 2018, the total potential cannabis market is expected to grow 700% above the current national market value. More than three in five Americans live in states that have legalized some form of cannabis consumption. More than 590,000 consumers legally purchased cannabis from a storefront in 2013.