Eco Equity Blog
We spoke with Eoin Keenan from Prohibition Partners about the stance of the cannabis industry in the current climate.
Today is National Nurses Day and at Eco Equity we want to celebrate our nurses, not only today but every day, as well as the rest of the NHS staff nationwide, who have been working selflessly.
The COVID-19 outbreak has us all feeling a mix of emotions, the constant unanswered question of when we will finally be out of lockdown, meanwhile adapting to a shift in your current routine.
It’s no secret that 2019 was a rocky year for some cannabis stocks, this was mainly down to market consolidation and the supply chain – the demand was rife but the supply shortage became an issue for many cannabis companies.
We spoke with Robert Jappie, friend of the company, legal-expert, and new partner of Cannabis Law & Regulation at Ince. We asked Robert about his take on investing during this time, plus expert advice on what to look for in an opportunity.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to escape the Covid-19 hysteria, you’re stuck indoors all day despite that one hour allowed outside your front door and the media is filled with the scary latest updates. It’s forced our society into a “new-normal” and as human beings, we thrive on social interaction so it’s no surprise some of us are starting to feel the isolation-blues.
At Eco Equity, we pride ourselves in raising awareness for various disorders and diseases. We are striving to be an educational hub for the medicinal cannabis industry whilst helping those suffering from acute symptoms to seek a potential cure.
Medicinal cannabis may be taking the world by storm, with clinical observations, efficacy studies and clinical trials all indicative of a proven active pharmaceutical ingredient. But it’s far from a new phenomenon. Prior to use as a prescribed medicine, primitive applications where numerous, Ancient Greeks used it to dress wounds and sores on their horses.
It goes without saying that entrepreneurs are highly successful and driven people. But that success can come at a price. Even the cash-rich can be time-poor, and sleep can be one of the first things to take a hit when you’re under stress.
Millions of people around the world suffer from chronic pain, and automatically reach for opioids for relief. But while opioids can be effective when well controlled, they can come with unwanted side effects.