Life is Good Healing’s mission is to grow the best medical cannabis in the US and dispense to those who have chronic pain and disease and choose to have better health and quality of life. Life is Good Healing is currently a delivery service with 4 employees serving Los Angeles County California. Life is Good Healing has been nationally recognized as a 7 time winner of the High Times Cannabis Cup for producing the best top shelf cannabis. Since 2011 Life is Good Healing has grown from 1 Patient to over 5000 patients and delivering from 9:00am to 10:00pm 7 days a week. It currently harvest 4 times a year yielding 50-75lbs.
Life is Good Healing is a hydroponically organically grown medical cannabis dispensary located in California. It serves people of all ages and races with chronic pain and patients enduring symptoms of harsh treatment for disease, such as:
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Crohn’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
The legal Medical Cannabis industry is widely expected to continue to expand significantly over the next 5 years. Leading market research, ArcView, forecasts that another 14 US states are set to legalize recreational marijuana while two additional states will pass legislation that allows the use of medical marijuana.
The next 2 years we will see at least 10 states mulling the decriminalization of recreational marijuana through ballot measures or via state legislatures.
By 2019, it is estimated that sales will reach $50 billion in the US. In Colorado, sales of cannabis reached $8 billion with recreational usage accounting for $313 billion and medicinal usage, a further $385 billion.
Moreover, some 4.8 million cannabis-infused products were sold in Colorado in 2014. It appears that the only thing standing in the way of the immense potential of this industry is the possibility that states could oppose the relaxation of existing drug laws. Market research, however, suggests that the grassroots movement for the legalization of marijuana enjoys growing support. Little wonder, particularly when the ArcView’s report suggests the legal marijuana industry could easily be worth more than the entire organic food industry if the legalization trend continues.