Cannabis legalization in Oklahoma creates Cherokee-owned businesses - Cannabis News
Before medical marijuana became legal in Oklahoma in 2018, some users learned how to utilize the plant for medicinal purposes, whether to medicate themselves or others, and have now turned that knowledge into a business.
Cherokee Nation citizen Joseph Gibson learned how to turn marijuana it into a concentrate known as Rick Simpson Oil.
The oil was coined for a man of the same name who created the concentrate to heal his cancer, Gibson said. He said in years past he had people come to him with different ailments.
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Lindsey Bark ~ Cherokee Phoenix ~