The Medical Miracle Of Cannabis & The Opportunities Of The FUTURE! – with Lucas Birdsall

Josh Sigurdson talks with Lucas Birdsall of International Cannabis Corp (ICC) about the future potential of the cannabis markets world wide.
First, Lucas goes into why he feels the taboo nature of cannabis has vanished over the past few years after decades of heavy government intervention and why cannabis is so beneficial to so many from a patient perspective, with Charlotte’s Web in mind. The potential to aide people with epilepsy, Parkinson’s, glaucoma and other ailments is quite incredible and has been largely proven thus far.
Then there’s the question of how it will be handled in the future with countless restrictions still in place and problems in Canada following legalization, there’s a need for a conversation. However, the market is left wide open for the future and ICC has many international operations in cultivation and holdings. From strategic partnerships to even being involved in pharmaceutical kiosks, it’s a very interesting business which Lucas explains in depth in this video.

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  • Tim

    I have a wrecked wrist thanks to a motorcycle accident, knees, back and neck also got a bump thanks to it.
    Started smoking cannabis a few years ago against the pain. The pain is still there, but it’s durable thanks to it. Another benefit for me is that it keeps me relaxed, because since i’m disabled, it’s very hard to get a job since you have to tell it during you interview.
    It lets me be more creative than when i didn’t smoked it. By now i’m in the final stage to start up my own business, 3d designs for household objects that starts to become bloody annoying when your at home a lot.
    Only the “stoned” effect is something that buggs me, depending on the weed, the high is different.
    So i’m very picky on what i smoke.
    See it as, for example, birth control pills. Some woman react better on one brand than another. It’s kinda the same with weed.

    Are there people who smoke it just to be cool? Of course, just like driving a certain brand car, drinking, doing whatever.

  • Stephen Williams

    Come on Josh your first question, you should know by now its never about peoples health, its always about power, money and control.

  • mick anick

    Let’s hope everyone who uses it just starts growing their own and we won’t need any of this nonsense. Sounds like he’s got financial goals. Nice, I guess

  • Symbolic Living

    Months ago I thought, “can you imagine if it’s all a big game to get people’s money? The billionaires go in and prop up the marijuana industry, the public gets excited and pumps all their money into marijuana stocks thinking they’ll get rich, then when everyone thinks it will skyrocket (when it’s legalized) the billionaires pull out and the stocks will go way down causing all those people that thought they’d get rich off the marijuana stocks to actually get stuck in the market at a loss.” Seems to be what’s happening so far but we’ll see how the market reacts once quarterly results are reported.

  • Bridgeburner

    “People who smoke Marijuana aren’t good people.” Jefferson Sessions, US Attorney General ( and born-again Christian).

  • James the Ponderer

    Today, in our new banana country, anything goes. The “gateway drug” is now a medical miracle. Our history is being whitewashed, everything that made America what it was is being reversed. I am just thankful I grew up when I did and knew America when it WAS great.

  • Annie's Channel

    Back in the good old days when the government didn’t interfere in everything, before WWII, we were much better off. The government takes control of everything, pretending to be parents to us, when all the while, they’re pulling us down, even crooks had ethics in the old days. It wasn’t like Hollywood portrays. We had a mind we could use, where today everyone is Dumb and Dumber

  • Adam Bassio

    ICC has A LOT going for them!! Full blown worldwide operations is huge. Cannabis will be legalized in the US on a fed level, it’s just a matter of time. The fact that the trends has started in Canada and in Europe, shows we are moving towards its acceptance.

  • Edward Fietz

    the legalization of cannabis is spreading like wildfire. Its important to partner with a co who thinks big picture: globally.

  • Jayson Twitch it

    been looking for a pure cannabis play like this. Under the radar, below valuation company. This is spot on! Gonna be HUGE!!!

  • Trevor Smith

    It’s still so interesting to me that the gov has the power to tell us what he can and cant consume. I mean cigarettes and alcohol are addictive and are killing ppl left and right, but hemp, cannabis, CBD whatever, these can have healing affects and actually exhibit health benefits, yet are illegal, and we aren’t allowed to consume even medicinally. It’s about time we start looking at the benefits!!

  • Jameson Lynsk

    Josh, I think its worth mentioning that Crushthestreet has created a solid report on ICC. Interested investors should take a look!

    Glad you shared this conversation

  • Black Claw

    You’re WAY BEHIND THE CURVE JOSH. The tide isn’t turning! The Canadian mafia govt. has criminalized it! AND WHAT has ISRAEL GOT TO DO WITH IT. THE BASTARD CRIMINAL CHILD KILLERS who slaughter innocent children every fucking day and now we’re supposed to look to these criminal psychopaths for information on CANADIAN WEED

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