CARSON CITY, Nev., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (OTC Pink: RFMK) announced today that Medical Cannabis Management (MCM) is in process of developing a new product for the medical cannabis business. The Company has obtained all materials needed to put into production an electronic cigarette, which instead of having nicotine will have THC in the cartridges. THC is the active ingredient in the cannabis plant that many feel is helpful in relieving pain and treating some diseases. MCM believes after months of research and in talks with many medical cannabis dispensaries, this would be a very much in demand product.
At this time MCM is working with a laboratory to mix the correct amount of THC for each cartridge to deliver the proper dosage. Additionally, MCM is working with several producers to mass produce the cartridges with the proper dosage in the new cannabis cigarettes.
The market for the new cannabis electronic cigarettes is substantial given that 16 of the 50 states including the District of Columbia have legalized medical cannabis as a viable treatment for such diseases as AIDS, multiple sclerosis, pain, glaucoma, epilepsy, and other conditions according to many sources.
"We have been researching this new product, our electronic cigarettes with THC for quite a while. It was a painstaking process to get access to the materials we need to go into production. We are in talks with several producers here in the U.S. to ensure excellent quality control," said Mike Amezquita, CEO of MCM. "As soon as we have a producer we are happy with, we will be in production and distribution which is exciting for us," said Amezquita.
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