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Terra tech is a cannabis manufacturer and extractor, like a marijuana brewery. But before selling the products they create, the company has to test the marijuana to make sure it's safe for consumers; that's where Steephill Lab comes in. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Zoning regulations in cities like Seattle and San Jose mean marijuana businesses and growers are only legally allowed to be in about 1 percent of the city's surface area, causing prices for rent and properties in those areas to skyrocket. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky talks to former Microsoft exec Martin Tobias, who turned his "man-cave" into Seattle's first licensed recreational grow.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the latest celebrity to sell pot.
The marijuana business is exploding but there's one tiny catch: Many businesses can't get loans. Enter David Dinenberg.
Medical marijuana leads by volume, but retail sales are bringing in all the tax money.
Giadha Aquirre de Carcer, New Frontier Financials CEO, estimates the cannabis industry will grow to more than a $15 billion industry by 2020.
David Chao, DCM Ventures co-founder and general partner, is seeing the most growth in the medicinal delivery of cannabis in the industry.
It's 420 Day, pot's unofficial holiday, and brands like Pepsico, Ben & Jerry's and others are promoting products for the mass market.
CNBC's Jane Wells, reports on how Native American tribes are looking to take advantage of the marijuana money-making machine.
The pot economy has bred a whole new wave of entrepreneurs looking to cash in and make a difference in the growing industry.
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.
Eaze is the "Uber for pot" (on-demand marijuana delivery) and the company claims its service is faster than pizza delivery. So we decided to put it to the test in a pot vs. pizza race.
Isaac Dietrich is a 22 year-old college dropout who founded MassRoots while smoking pot in a college apartment with some friends. Now, his social network for cannabis consumers has over 250,000 users. He calls it the Instagram of pot.
With so many 'cannabusinesses' springing up, who will do their accounting? CPA Jim Marty started an accounting firm in 2013 solely to service companies that work in the marijuana industry.
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.
Where should you keep your marijuana, especially when you want it away from children? This company says it solves that problem with specialized kush containers that comply with child resistant standards.
CNBC got an inside look into the new, innovative ways people are trying to profit from pot, as serious businessmen and women turn their sights from pot lounges and edibles to the truly mainstream: real estate, finance, technology, robotics, and even farming. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.