Israeli cannabis comes to America in relevant form, that of ‘repairing the world’

With Israel having just approved medical cannabis to be exported, the United States is a destination for the Israeli firm Tikun Olam, which is Hebrew for the Jewish obligation to “repair, heal or fix the world.”

Although it is illegal under U.S. federal law, 33 states permit medical marijuana, including Washington state and Delaware—the only two states currently selling Tikun Olam’s line of oils, topicals, tinctures and other kinds—in addition to California and Florida, where they both will be selling the company’s products in the near future.

Its facilities in Southern California will be located in Adelanto and cost $20 million, while their operations in Florida will partner with VidaCann to create vape oils, tinctures, capsules and topicals that will be offered through the Jacksonville-based cannabis grower’s dispensaries and delivery service.

It is illegal in the United States to transport marijuana across state lines; therefore,

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