BOHECO, govt. to study MMJ in India

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(With biz notes on: GW Pharmaceuticals, American Green, Hempoint, Dr. Bronners.)

The Indian government gave a first-ever license to grow and study medical marijuana to Mumbai-based Bombay Hemp Company (BOHECO). The company says it will do research in cooperation with India’s Council of Scientific and Medical Research involving 20 kinds of medical cannabis. They’ve already collected samples from around India to study for CBD.

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