Cannabis industry experts Dale Hunt, PhD, JD, Ethan Russo, MD, Robert C. Clarke have combined their expertise and work together to become an independent plant grower and intellectual property for licensing ( Established the first cannabis company focused on IP) protection. IP for accessing markets around the world. Selected as a breeder’s best, the company hopes to bring cannabis a global plant licensing model that has proven successful in other agricultural industries.
“We have just begun to scratch the surface of everything that cannabis can do to improve and improve our lives,” said Dr. Ethan Russo. “That’s what Breeders Best does. Identifying specific chemicals, breeding and utilizing them will truly transform medicine in the coming decades,” Dr. Russo said. A certified neurologist, a leading medical cannabis expert, author of over 50 peer-reviewed medical journal articles, a veteran of GW Pharmaceuticals, a senior medical advisor and Sativex® and Epidiolex®. Served as a clinical trial. He studies doctors and medical monitors.
“I am very excited about the opportunity Breeders vest It shows that cannabis craftsmen make cannabis safer and better by focusing on organic and regenerative agriculture and producing crops with biochemical diversity and a wide range of therapeutic effects. ” Russo added.
With the global liberalization of cannabis law and the growing public acceptance of cannabis, the demand for cannabis-made remedies and products, as well as cannabis flowers, is rapidly increasing. The international cannabis industry is projected to grow to more than $ 103.6 billion by 2024, according to a report from Prohibition Partners.
Doc Ray has been breeding cannabis for over 40 years in Humboldt County, California, in the heart of the cannabis country. Doc is known for developing unique and highly medicinal cannabis varieties for specific conditions, which began in 1984 when it developed plants that help mothers manage the effects of cancer. Since then, he has been a caregiver for highly ill children and adults to develop and grow their medicines. Doc, a retired Army Special Forces, has developed two chemobars that are particularly vulnerable to other veterans and help address the symptoms of PTSD licensed to Breeders Best. The Doc states: The Breeders Best Platform also protects what I develop and makes it available worldwide for all future generations. “
Cannabis and intellectual property
While the cannabis industry offers great opportunities, there is a significant disruption that separates breeder creativity from markets that demand products with their own proven genetic profile. In addition, there is usually little IP protection to support a good partnership between breeders and cannabis brands. Breeders Best connects these two key stakeholders while legally protecting the breeder’s genetic ingenuity.
Dale Hunt, Breeder’s Chief Founder and CEO, said: “Our mission is to connect the best cannabis genetics to the greatest needs and the most promising commercial opportunities. To that end, we are an unparalleled expert with deep experience at all levels of the cannabis supply chain. Formed a team. As the industry matured, Breeder’s Best did business in ways that benefited breeders and led producers who could otherwise be left behind with profitable and reliable business. Positioned to meet the demands of an increasingly professional and GMP-oriented market, while with our vision, team, model, know-how, and relationships, Breeder’s Best is a patented cannabis genetics and related product. Ready to become a world leader in cannabis. ”Dr. Hunt has been practicing intellectual property law for 23 years. He holds a PhD in plant cell and molecular biology and holds thousands of patents and plant varieties rights for clients in more than 30 countries.
“Cannabis use is finally normalizing. Breeders Best provides independent cannabis breeders with the opportunity to protect their own varieties and help bring their genetics to profitable markets. This is a great service for breeders who prefer to focus on the arts and sciences of reproduction rather than dealing with the mechanics of commercialization, “says Robert C. Clark, Breeder’s Best Director of Agriculture and Genetics. Says. Clark is a 40-year veteran of the cannabis industry and is revered for his book Marijuana Botany, published in 1982, and Cannabis: Evolution and Ethnobotany, published in 2013.
Cannabis plants produce over 450 chemicals, many of which are potentially therapeutic. However, decades of cannabis bans have led to a lack of genetic diversity around the world, with only a small percentage of potential drugs predominant.
Breeder’s Best is a private cannabis IP genetics company organized as B Corporation to demonstrate its commitment to independent cannabis breeders and meet the global needs of patients and consumers for superior products.