United Cannabis: Bridging the Gap in MMJ Patient Care (Plus Exclusive CEO Interview)
By Ryan Allway | Cannabisfn.com
The legalization of cannabis across North America has created a multi-billion dollar industry in short order, but there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the medical use of cannabis. Many physicians are still unwilling to prescribe the drug, which has left patients in limbo when determining the right strains to treat their medical needs. The good news is that some companies are working on bridging this gap.
In this article, we will take a look at United Cannabis Inc.’s (OTCQB: CNAB) naturopathic approach to the cannabis industry and its plans to build shareholder value. Watch an exclusive interview with CEO Earnie Blackmon.
Bridging the Gap with Patients
United Cannabis has developed a complete line-up of cannabinoids that are licensed to regulated dispensaries. In addition, the company’s A.C.T. Now program helps patients mix and match cannabinoids for therapeutic purposes. These products and services are designed to help bridge the gap between providing legal access to cannabis and helping patients effectively treat serious medical conditions at a time when many physicians remain skeptical.
The company’s Prana Bio Medicinal cannabinoid products use a patent-pending infusion process utilizing select fatty acids, lipids, and specific combinations of cannabis-derived terpenes to increase bioavailability. The capsules are packaged in airtight blister packs for 10-30-60 day regimen and are formulated with full-spectrum (e.g. whole plant) cannabis derived terpenes with various percentages of CBD and THC.
When a patient signs up for the complementary A.C.T. Now service, which comes free with Prana Bio Medicinal purchases, they are assigned to a nurse that will assess his or her current medications and create a personalized program for them. The patients then rely on a robust HIPPA-compliant cloud-based software to record their health conditions, schedule follow-ups, and continue to fine-tune their programs with their assigned health professional.
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