Dina Gusovsky is a CNBC Producer and a Reporter for CNBC.com. She also produces and reports documentary series and features for CNBC's Investigations, Inc. Prior to CNBC, Dina was a Reporter, Producer, and Writer at Bloomberg and an Anchor/Correspondent at RT America and News 12.
How does one get a job in the marijuana industry? Weedhire.com is a website that helps employers and employees find cannabis-related jobs. Here's the fun part -- most of the listings are for government jobs. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Foria is a cannabis-based lubricant spray for women, created by sexual health entrepreneur Mathew Gerson. Several women told CNBC it has significantly increased their sexual experiences and now even medical professionals are starting to take notice.
It's the wine club of cannabis, where subscribers sign up to receive different kinds of marijuana each month. Co-founders Dane Pieri and Derek Dahmer, both under 30, have tech backgrounds but have ventured into the medical marijuana business for the first time.
CNBC's Dina Gusovsky got a rare glimpse into the life of a cannabis farmer. Casey O'Neil told CNBC he could not sustain his family farm without weed. He grows kale, tomatoes, and carrots next to cannabis. So, is this the future of marijuana farming?
How much medical marijuana should people consume and what's it really doing to their brains? Potbotics found a way to combine robotics, technology, weed and science to create the "Potbot" and the "Brainbot." CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.