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Letter From the Editor

It seems like it was just yesterday that it was 2010
and I was in the beginning phases of constructing
the original Edibles List website. Now its 2015,
cannabis is thriving both medically and recreationally
in almost half of the United States, regardless of the
legal details being ironed out perpetually.
In this new year ahead, it is our prerogative to
continue to offer our readers quality content that
is easy to read and digest, while adding value to the
community with our web portals EdiblesList.com
and EdiblesMagazine.com.
If you are a vendor in the industry we invite you to
submit for a free listing on EdiblesList.com. If youre
a patient or recreational user we invite you to rate
and review our featured vendors. Your opinion
matters and that is why we created The Edibles List.
Thank you for reading our magazine. We appreciate
our subscribers, advertisers and our industry as we
continue to fulfill our original mission of getting the
medicine in the hands of the patients that need it.

LA Judge shuts down
Marijuana delivery app....................................................

Native americans allowed

to grow cannabis on
reservation land..................................................................

14 reasons cannabis
is good for the united states......................................

medicated barbecue ribs
infused stuffed mushrooms,
and bbq potato salad.........................................................

new cannabis credit

unions coming to
colorado and washington...........................................

entertainment feature:
cannabis shows to watch
cinedopes, marijuana
country and pot barons............................................

former us senator
to head marijuana company.................................. 12
Colorado residents to
receive weed tax credit............................................. 12
vendor catalog listings............................................ 13




Cover STORY:

LA Judge Shuts
Down Marijuana
Delivery App

cover feature:

For Tribal Land
Casinos from
Marijuana Sales on
the Way?

The memo says the federal ban on marijuana still applies,

but federal authorities will focus its limited investigative
and prosecutorial resources on the prevention of eight
distribution of marijuana to minors;
revenue from marijuana from going to criminal enterprises;
diversion of marijuana to states where it is not legal;
marijuana activity being used as a pretext for trafficking
of other illegal drugs, or engagement in other illegal activity;
violence or use of firearms in marijuana cultivation
or distribution;
growing marijuana on public lands;
marijuana use or possession on federal property
The memo also says nothing in it that precludes investigation
or prosecution of marijuana crimes, even without one of the
eight factors listed.
Tribes have the sovereign right to set the code on their
reservations, According to U.S. attorney for North Dakota
Timothy Purdon, chairman of the Attorney Generals
Subcommittee on Native American Issues.
How will Native Tribes proceed? In the past several have
vetoed the growing and selling of marijuana, citing the stigma
of past history of alcohol abuse by tribe members, as well as
possible prosecution.
On the opposite side, Mason Tvert, a spokesman for the
pro-legalization Marijuana Policy Project said, Studies have
consistently found above-average rates of alcohol abuse and
related problems among Native American communities, so it
would be incredibly beneficial to provide adults with a safer
recreational alternative.

A federal judge in Los Angeles has ordered the shut down
of the medical marijuana delivery app Nestdrop, which
facilitated the delivery of patients medicine to their homes.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert OBrien
issued the injunction after City Attorney Mike Feuer
sought to end the businesss practices, stemming from
the violation of Proposition D, which limits the number
of storefront dispensaries and explicitly bans delivery
Nestdrop co-founder Michael Pycher told the Los Angeles
Times earlier this month, Nestdrop is the technology
platform that connects law abiding medical marijuana
patients with local dispensaries to receive the medication
that they need in a safe and secure manner.
The Company has stated, While we agree with certain
aspects of Proposition D, we believe the prohibition on
delivery services is unnecessary and enforcement is a
misuse of taxpayer funds In fact, delivery services minimize
the need for storefront dispensaries in residential areas
a point of issue in Proposition D as these services bring
the medicine directly to patients, no matter the location.
The city sued Nestdrop in hopes of preventing them from
doing any further business in the area, as well as inhibiting
any future plans along the same lines. Interestingly enough
however, the app will continue to facilitate alcohol deliveries
to homes while considering options how to operate in the
medical marijuana industry as well.

Tvert added, Tribal leaders will have a tremendous opportunity

to improve public health and safety, as well as benefit
economically by legalizing marijuana. Regulating and taxing
marijuana like alcohol would ensure the product is controlled,
and it would bring significant revenue and new jobs to these
One thing is for sure, that 326 more outlets for low cost (tax
free) marijuana throughout the country, even the dry states,
would be significant. Only time will tell.

It appears that the 326 federally recognized American
Indian reservations (according to the Bureau of Indian
Affairs) have been given the green light to grow and sell
marijuana on tribal lands without fear of prosecution.
The Department of Justice recently released a three
page memo announcing that the federal government
will not prosecute Native Americans growing and selling
marijuana on tribal lands. The new federal policy will allow
tribes interested in growing and selling marijuana to do so,
if they maintain robust and effective regulatory systems,
according to John Walsh, the U.S. attorney for Colorado.

Cover feature:

14 Reasons why Medical

Marijuana is


Good for the United States

roughly, cost the United States tie program focused on regulating
prisons $1 billion annually, according medical marijuana growers by
to a 2007 study, AlterNet reports.
charging them a permit for each
plant which raised $600,000 in
revenue for the Sheriffs department
in 2011.

The government would save

an estimated $ 13.7 billion on
prohibition enforcement costs and
tax revenue by legalizing marijuana,
according to Pot Legalization Could Including lost cost tax revenues, a
Save U.S. $13.7 Billion Per Year, 2007 study found that enforcing
300 Economists Say
the marijuana prohibition costs tax
payers roughly $41.8 billion annually, According to The New York Times
Forbes reports.
in 2011, Oakland, California raised
approximately $1.3 million in tax
revenue from the medical marijuana
Its estimated that Washingtons
industry, which is a 3% increase in
legalization of marijuana could bring
the citys business tax revenue as
the state an additional $500 million TIME Magazine reports in California a whole.
in tax revenue, WPTV reports.
alone marijuana growers account for
$14 billion in sales, currently making
it the states largest cash crop.



Colorados pot legalization legislation,

Amendment 64, is estimated to
create $60 million for the state in
combined savings and additional tax
revenue, Colorado Springs Business
Journal reports.





According to MadameNoire, the

illegal marijuana industry in the
United States is estimated to gross
$36 billion.



In 2011, The New York Times also

reports Colorado having earned $5
million in sales taxes from all medical
marijuana businesses in the industry.


Bloomberg Businessweek reports

that legal medical marijuana could
see The Sacramento News and Review gross an estimated $45 to $100
substantial savings due to marijuana saw a substantial boost in their ad billion, the theory of Economist
legalization, as prices could fall by revenue after they were allowed Stephen Easton in 2010.
up to 100 times, perhaps freeing to offer business to 60 plus
up some much needed cash to medical marijuana dispensaries,
repurpose elsewhere.
this inadvertently caused growth
requiring additional jobs.
WeGrow, The First Honest Hydro
Store creates an estimated 75
jobs every time they open another
Inmates that have been incarcerated
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Barbeque Ribs

6 apples - peeled, cored & sliced
2 tablespoons white sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground
1 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup old-fashioned oats
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup cold cannabutter
Cannabis infused BBQ sauce for dipping
(Visit EdiblesMagazine.com for cannabis infusion recipes)

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Place ribs on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. Scatter 4 cloves of
sliced garlic over ribs. Cover, and bake for 2 1/2 hours. Cool slightly.

BBQ Potato Salad

5 pounds unpeeled potatoes, cubed
1 small red onion, diced
6 hard-cooked eggs, peeled and finely diced
1 1/2 cups mayonnaise
1/2 cup barbeque sauce
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
salt and ground black pepper to taste
1 teaspoon paprika (optional)
3 tablespoons cannabis infused BBQ sauce

Place cubed potatoes into a large kettle and cover with water. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, then reduce heat
to medium-low, cover, and simmer until the potatoes are just tender, 15 to 20 minutes. Drain and spread the potatoes
onto baking sheets in a single layer. Chill the potatoes in the refrigerator until cold, about 2 hours.
Mix the cooled potatoes, red onion, egg, mayonnaise, barbeque sauce, garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a large bowl.
Sprinkle with paprika if desired.

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In a small bowl, mix together white sugar, paprika, salt, black pepper, chili powder, and ground cumin. Rub spices
over cooled ribs. Cover, and refrigerate overnight.
In a small saucepan, mix together brown sugar, cider vinegar, ketchup, chili sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lemon
juice, onion, dry mustard, and 1 clove garlic. Simmer over medium-low heat, uncovered, for 1 hour. Reserve a small
amount for basting; the remainder is a dipping sauce. Preheat grill for medium heat.
Place ribs on grill. Grill, covered, for about 12 minutes, basting with the reserved sauce, until nicely browned and
glazed. Serve with Yummi Karmas infused BBQ sauce for dipping.

Cover feature:



Infused Stuffed Mushrooms

12 whole fresh mushrooms
1 tablespoon cannabis infused olive oil
(Visit EdiblesMagazine.com for cannabis infusion recipes)
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray. Clean mushrooms with
a damp paper towel. Carefully break off stems. Chop stems extremely fine, discarding tough end of stems. Heat oil
in a large skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and chopped mushroom stems to the skillet. Fry until any moisture
has disappeared, taking care not to burn garlic. Set aside to cool.
When garlic and mushroom mixture is no longer hot, stir in cream cheese, Parmesan cheese, black pepper, onion
powder and cayenne pepper. Mixture should be very thick. Using a little spoon, fill each mushroom cap with a
generous amount of stuffing. Arrange the mushroom caps on prepared cookie sheet. Bake for 20 minutes in the
preheated oven, or until the mushrooms are piping hot and liquid starts to form under caps.

Nearly all of the nations banks wont take the risk of accepting
money from marijuana sales. The banks wont do business with
growers, processors, retail shops and medical dispensaries,
or with their employees and contractors. They dont offer basic
checking or credit card services to the industry for fear theyll be
shut down by federal authorities for trafficking in illegal narcotics,
the same federal law that covers Ecstasy and heroin, that is up
until November 19, 2014. That was the day Colorado banking
regulators granted the marijuana oriented Fourth Corner Credit
Union a charter! That charter is near the end of the process for the
Union to go open their doors (expected to be as soon as this month)
and now the union is waiting for the Federal Reserve to issue it a
master account number, which would give it access to the countrys
electronic banking system. Colorado regulators have indicated they
will honor Colorado laws and allow the Union to open once final
Federal Approval is authorized.
Taylor West, deputy director of the National Cannabis Industry
Association and its 800 members, said the biggest problem
members have is there is no bank or credit union to handle all the
The countrys 2,000 retail shops and medical dispensaries produce
a huge amount of cash (estimated to be around 2-3 billion last year),
which makes them prime targets for criminals. Another major
problem is record keeping. Without bank accounts, the industry has
to rely solely on cash which complicates paying the taxes that states
impose on cannabis as well as paying their employees and vendors.
Jennifer Calvery, director of the Treasurys Financial Crimes

Enforcement Network, said in August that only 105 banks and credit
unions a tiny fraction of the more than 100,000 in the U.S. take
money from legal marijuana businesses.
The Fourth Corner Credit Union will be the first to actually open and have
business members that are openly involved in the marijuana industry. It
holds the promise of getting an estimated $650 million in proceeds of
annual cannabis sales per year in Colorado off of the streets and into
a safe and well-regulated environment with a cutting-edge anti-money
laundering compliance unit. The Fourth Corner founders state that
anyone with an interest in the marijuana industry would be eligible to
join Fourth Corner. It will look no different than any other credit union.
Yet, the credit union still has hurdles ahead. Fourth Corner has applied
for federal deposit insurance, but the application review may take up
to two years say the organizers. But due to a Colorado banking law,
state-chartered credit unions can open while federal deposit insurance
is pending and in addition will have a federally approved surety bond
protecting against theft, according to the organizers. State Law allows
the credit union, if denied, to ask the Colorado Division of Financial
Services to allow it to operate under private deposit insurance,
according to state law.
This may be a huge step forward t words incorporating the marijuana
business into a the main stream business image, like liquor stores, that
accept credit cards, put their funds in the bank or credit union and go
to sleep a lot less worried they may get ripped off or worse from all that
money the banks wont take. (Who would have imagined banks dont
want our money.) Hopefully the (reverse IE too much) money problems
may be on they wain. Yet to be determined. DC
Stay tuned for our feature article on The Hemp and Credit Union of
Washington, set to open in May 2015.

Cover feature:


Starring: Brian Drolet, Ben Glieb

Angeline-Rose Troy, Ben Morrison,
Jordan Mann, Max Weisz AKA Max
no Sleeves, Tara Emerson, Annie
Hsu, Cedric Williams Jr., Yiming Ye,
Peter Gardner, Jason Scott Jenkins
Nick Noland.
The entertainment marketplace is
moving toward a digital platform,
where everyone is using Youtube
and the internet to get their
viewing pleasure content.
and less these days are we seeing
subscribers of traditional television.
Following the success of the
Showtime show Weeds, the
creators of Cinedopes have scripted
a web series that includes marijuana
as a main character theme.
Cinedopes is a slapstick comedic
web series with a raunchy edge.
Its about the first movie theater to
legally sell marijuana for you to tokeup while you enjoy your cinematic
experience, in addition to beer and
wine. Centered around the inept staff
of a small independent movie theater
full of employees who have trouble
running their own lives let alone a
business. Mayhem ensues around
every corner as they desperately try
to turn a profit, while competing with
the megaplex across the street.


Clearly concepted by a bunch of

potheads, Cinedopes was originally
written as merely a comedy about
a movie theater without marijuana
being an actual character. Cannabis
was something that was added in
later. Ben Gleib (actor, comedian,
and writer seen on Chelsea Lately
and the Late Late Show) joined as a
writer and as a main cast character,
adding a recognizable face to the
show. They pride themselves on
being the first scripted web series
based around weed. But its not a
show that we would recommend
watching with your parents.

Cinedopes received a nod from the

cannabis industry, landing a product
placement deal with Raw Rolling
Papers. By releasing the series
themselves on Youtube they were
able to cut around the red tape
associated with weed and network
television shows, and they can pretty
much air whatever they want.

More New Marijuana Shows

(That we recommend checking out.)

Marijuana Country:
The Cannabis Boom
In mainstream traditional television,
CNBC has released a one hour
documentary that aired January 5th,
2015 titled. Maijuana Country: The
Cannabis Boom.

A year after Colorado passed one

of the most permissive pot laws in
the world, CNBC and correspondent
Harry Smith returned to the state
to chart the rise of a new American
industry and report on the results of
this social experiment. Smith profiles
the most successful marijuana
Theyre hoping with the traction of merchant in Denver, who hopes to
season one theyre able to produce expand his family-run business to
a season two. Check out their four other states as they follow Colorados
episode first season online at:
lead and legalize the sale of marijuana
Our elevator pitch synopsis was
for recreational use. He explores the
Dodgeball meets Pineapple Express. Youtube.com/TotalAnarchyTV new world of cannabis-infused


co-owners; Brian Rudin, Starbuds
owner; Bob Eschino, Incredibles
owner; Julie Dooley, Julies Natural
Edibles owner; Matt Moorman,
High Country Healing president;
Nick Brown, High Country Healing
owner; Alex Stoffel, Maggies Farm
manager; Adam Brous, Terrapin
Care Station manager; and Jake
Brown, The Cannabist pot critic.
edibles and the sale of pot brownies,
chocolates and even soda, which
has led to some confusion and
controversy over dosing and portion
size. CNBC cameras also follow two
pot dealers one of them a U.S.
Army veteran who profit from a
black market that funnels the drug
across state lines and continues to
thrive despite the new law.
This CNBC original documentary
examines the issue of pot in the
workplace, as Colorado employers
work to reconcile a more open
marijuana culture with workplace
rules that enforce zero tolerance.
Harry Smith talks to Brandon Coats,
who awaits a State Supreme Court
ruling that could ripple across the
country. Coats was fired from his
job when he tested positive for THC
the result of an act that was legal
according to the state. Smith also
reports on the plight of medical
refugees, a fellowship of hundreds of
families that have moved to Colorado
to obtain medicinal marijuana they
cant get in their home states.
Confronting a landscape of unprecedented business opportunities
and unintended consequences,
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper
tells CNBC, When youre doing this
for the first time, theres no template.

Pot Barons: Colorado

The six-part series focuses on the
states new ganjapreneurs, including:
Tripp Keber, Dixie Brands CEO; Chuck
Smith, Dixie Brands COO: Lindsay
Jacobsen, Dixie Brands marketing
director; Andy Williams, Medicine
Man president/CEO; Pete Williams,
Medicine Man COO; Sally Vander
Meer, Medicine Man CFO; Pepe
Breton and Jamie Perino, Euflora

of marijuana. Tripp Keber, the

President and CEO of Dixie Brands,
hopes to build an empire out of his
marijuana soda that comes in fancy
brushed-aluminum bottles. The
documentary explores how each pot
baron broke into the industry, the
risks they are taking, the dreams
theyre pursuing, and the setbacks
they must overcome.

The series takes viewers deep

inside this budding industry filled
with financial opportunity, but also
fraught with danger. At the Federal
level, marijuana remains an illegal
substance, so banks are shunning
the business, creating a cashonly world and a climate of armed
Produced by MSNBCs Longform guards, locked vaults, and constant
Unit and Triple Threat TV, the series concerns about security.
follows the stories of Colorado-based
pot barons who will risk everything Another branch of the industry
to secure a foothold in the rapidly looked at in the series is edibles.
expanding world of recreational Products such as marijuana
cookies, brownies, or beverages,
marijuana use.
have provided hundreds of millions
On New Years Day 2014, the nations of dollars of revenue, but they have
first legal recreational marijuana also been connected to two deaths
dispensaries opened in Colorado. and a number of childrens visits
The demand for legal weed stunned to emergency rooms. As state
the experts, effectively launching a regulators consider possible changes
21st century green rush. From in the laws, some of the pot barons
dispensaries to grow houses, Pot must choose whether to support a
Barons of Colorado delves into the costly compromise or stand their
thrilling and suspenseful world of ground and face potential ruin.
Colorados recreational marijuana
businesses as they race to cash in From MSNBCs Longform Unit,
Michael Rubin, Vice President, Scott
on this unprecedented boom.
Hooker, Senior Executive Producer,
Vicki Sufian, Senior Producer
and Carrie Wysocki, Director of
Production, worked on this project.
For Triple Threat, Gary Cohen was
Executive Producer, Writer and
Narrator, with Niki Usbay McDonald
as Director and Matt McDonald
as Senior Producer.
Drachkovitch was Co-Executive
Producer from 44 Blue Productions.
In the series, audiences will meet
a handful of the states leading Pot
Barons, including: Jamie Perino,
owner of Euflora, a high tech pot
parlor which she calls the Apple
Store of Weed. Andy Williams, who
co-owns a family business, Medicine
Man, with his brother Pete, runs one
of the largest single-store marijuana
dispensaries in the world and hopes
it will soon become the Costco
Thanksgiving weekend, MSNBC
premiered Pot Barons of Colorado.
The six-part documentary series
aired Sundays at 10pm ET/PT
November 30th was the start date
of the series with a sneak peak that
aired two days prior.



Senator Gravel has worked on several committees,

including the Public Works, Interior, Finance, and
Environmental branches, as well as being instrumental
in getting Congressional approval for the Trans-Alaska
Pipeline in 1973. His political experience, innovative
and forward-thinking mindset have no doubt given him
invaluable knowledge to bring to cannabis reformation
and his work with the Cannabis Sativa, Inc. Gravel said,
Im anxious to assist in bringing this important resource
to a broader market in a serious and credible way.
Cannabis Sativa, Inc. researches and develops a number
of specialized cannabis products from topicals to edibles,
as well as cosmetics and oils.

Another major concern for Colorado and Washington

alike is the arduous tax on recreational marijuana in
competition with the lower rate for the medical marijuana
counterpart. The number of medical marijuana patients
has increased significantly, instead of the expected
decrease, since recreational use has become legal.
Officials are looking into ways to bridge the gap of taxation
over recreational use verses medical use of marijuana
equitably without over burdening current medical patients.
Rick Garza of the Washington Liquor Control Board raised
the question, How can you have two parallel systems, one
thats regulated, paying taxes, playing by the rules, and the
other thats not doing any of those things?
Many residents using recreational marijuana are
continuing to be labeled as medical patients, meaning they
pay lower tax rates. An equitable solution for this gap may
be part of the Legislatures discussions over what to do with
the rebate funds. Hopefully any solution proposed will not
adversely impact legitimately sick patients. Teri Robnett,
founder of the Cannabis Patients Alliance, commented, I
dont want to wind up cracking down on people abusing
the system in a way that negatively impacts the patients
and the people who help them.


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Gravel served as the US Senator for Alaska from 1969

to 1981. He has been a prominent and proactive voice
in the war on drugs, as well as a respected cannabis
advocate (partly due to his own medical reasons for
using marijuana). Steve Kubby, current Chairman of the
Board for Cannabis Sativa, Inc., stated, Senator Gravel
stood up to Nixon, stood up to the Pentagon, and now
he is standing up to those in power who would keep
the healthful benefits of cannabis from those who need
them. Hes been a director of Kush since its inception
and brings invaluable perspective and connections to our
group. Hes a true American hero and were excited to
have him serving in this capacity.

While most Colorado residents would prefer a cash

rebate, a direct refund may not be given at all. Rather,
several options of how the State would keep and
distribute the money are on the table. Residents might be
given a credit on next years tax bill, or be given a lower
sales tax rate.

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The actual amount will not be determined until the end of

the 2015 fiscal year. The rebate or credit would then be
applied on the 2016 tax forms. However, the Colorado
Legislature will determines how the rebate will be used or

To p i c a l s

Former Alaska United States Senator Mike Gravel has

been appointed head of the cannabis company Kush, and
will be overseeing the marketing and developing of its
marijuana products. The 84 year old, former Senator
who ran for U.S. President in 2008, will now be working
to give patients the medicine they need for medicinal and
recreational use, including a lozenge called Kubby.

Colorado Residents may receive a windfall tax refund
or credit next year in the range of $60 to $107 million
due to the new tax on recreational cannabis. The states
Taxpayer Bill of Rights, or TABOR, sets limits on how much
the government can tax its residents, and if that limit is
exceeded, refunds may be given out.

Dixie Brands


Former U.S. Senator

to Head Medical
Marijuana Company



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