Sep 14, 2023
Cannabis Innovation by Ally Biotech w/ Dr. Chuck & Francis
- BRT S04 EP36 (199) 9-10-2023
What We Learned This Week
Cannabis is competitive and it’s all about the product quality. Growing cannabis is a seasonal business.
Ally biotech has been around for two years, circa 2021. Working on a new product called Lipo fusion to be determined one will come out.
Ally purchase a product called chill pill in 2023 and they’ve tightened up the product with some of their own technology to stabilize the brand. They have three or four products.
Dr. Chuck has a manufacturing and farmer background. SOP of the product is the franchise potential.
Chill pill can be taken and a gummy or sugar edible. THC is 10 g per pill with other variations of 510 and even up to 125 g. Can also take it in liquid form.
They got a nighttime version CBN to stay asleep. Another version CBG daytime to give you energy. Any time product with non-enhanced oil.
There’s an ongoing discussion of medicinal use for cannabis, vs recreational. Dr. Chuck believes all cannabis products is medicine.
The goal of the company is to adopt the practices of big Pharma and make high grade products.
They are creating pills, but not smokables. AZDHS or department of health has to monitor every product sold in Arizona.
They have the studies so you can check all the tests and confirm their product is safe.
In reality you can’t find tests on prescription drugs, and many drugs are imported from Asia. It’s hard to know what the actual quality is.
The chill pill products are made in Arizona using plants that must also be grown in Arizona. There is a strict chain of custody on plant growing as well as all types of test things like examples testing for metals.
The ingredients of THC and CBD actually come from the same plant. When they make their product they buy the extract from other easy growers and use easy labs for testing.
Overall the company has a model that would be easy to copy from the state of Arizona to other states.
Quality of most cannabis products is stagnant per Dr. Chuck. Any cannabis product they’re making cannot claim use.
FDA costs are huge to run tests and prove use cases. Very few cannabis companies have the budget to do it. Estimated cost of $15 million to pass the FTA test. Cannabis products are not bad for you.
What most people don’t realize is that over-the-counter drugs like Tylenol if you take 2 1/2x the recommended dose recommended dose it can actually be toxic.
Cannabis products you take microdoses, it would take 100 times the recommended doss to be toxic.
FDA and DEA are actually working together. The DEA treats cannabis like any other schedule one dangerous drug, like cocaine or heroin. Yet it does not have the same affects nor addictive qualities.
On schedule 2 are many pain medicines like oxycodone. These medicines are extremely dangerous and can be addictive.
Alcohol though regulated it’s not on any drug schedule, it’s totally legal and only has age restrictions.
Hundred milligrams per charge 10 per unit. Quick factor female cannabis state to state it’s federally illegal when you’ve committed a crime. No interstate commerce. Cannabis must all be within the state.
It’s highly regulated and only legal in about 60% of the states. It is unknown how the DEA will handle cannabis long-term. Arizona has a very viable medical market for cannabis as well as for pain medication.
Cannabis can be used for pain and it is less habit-forming. Medicines like steroids which help a lot of things in the body, also have many negative side effects. Any drug you taking must be careful of the dosage and it needs to be controlled.
Many pain medication’s have very serious side effects as well as the potential for problems with overdosing. Per Dr. Chuck you take one chill pill at 5 mg and it will bring down swelling and pain in your body may be failing.
Take too much aspirin you can actually overdose very quickly. This is because aspirin is hard on the liver and can cause metabolism issues. 500 mg plus she took an OxyContin also at 500 mg could wind up having an overdose.
Steroids can do damage to the body but it actually takes a lot of time.
CBD and THC hit different receptions in your body receptors in your body and work well together. CBG actually helps with sleep.
Francis has a very personal story or cannabis treatment helped him with focus. Per Francis also helped relieve tumor size and his cancer treatment a few years ago.
He credits cannabis for a faster recovery. Initially during cancer treatment he was taking Percocet pain pills, also taking nausea drugs which he did not want to. Took Cannabis and it took care of everything.
Francis believes that doctor said prescribe cannabis to get people off opiates.
More information go to life is chill or chill pill a Z. They sell wholesale to dispensaries. No sugar in the product.
Try it for what helps you. The chill drops are the first Lipo products you can put the drops in the water. Go to jars locations to get their product.
Both Dr. Chuck and Francis believe and hope THC will be taken off the schedule one drug listing.
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