Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Respect and Trust of CBD hemp product

This is Dr. Lawrence's response to the article posted here yesterday from Kentucky Sports Radio -- you can feel Doc's heart in his words:

"That is a wonderful article. The article clarifies the reality of hemp oil (cannabidiol), in all its glory. Make no mistake though, there is quite a sinister underground that will (like all popular products), use every means possible to incorporate monetary gain by cheating. China for example is currently growing industrial hemp and using extraction processes that cause cancer. There are so many that choose to pervert the product which is why we currently are the only company that will demonstrate a third party certificate of analysis that will actually display the lot (batch), code on the bottle with the exact certificate that the consumer can see for themselves the unyielding transparency of a company that intends on showing reality vs. bs.
I truly believe that this simple piece of paper sets us aside from over 98% of the industry. There are several companies that display a certificate however they do not match the bottle our reps will be holding in their hand. Nor would they match an order to an end user with the same numbers. It takes nothing to produce that certificate and place it into every product sold. A simple explanation of how to read it and the cert itself speaks reality of what our customer base can match to any other product on the market.

Maybe it’s just me however I truly believe this is a phenomenal selling point as for the present, we would be the only company that has the courage to do it at the start.

Magazines will pick this up, send our product out for testing along with others and we will show up above any competing MLM, store or for that matter, any company selling CBD.

Doctors are respected for their studies of science. Why not give the public real science and win the hearts of the masses.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Cannot get this incredible opportunity out of my mind!!

Bocannaco call #1:

Here is what Randy Orloff planned to share:

"Honesty Products # 1!!!!! Doctors expertise & credibility Transparency Real facts,we can backup!! Quick delivery Quick pay Based in CA! No real competition Incredible timing, in the Massive future of Hemp Oil, & other products The company has the ability to ramp up quickly... I can go on and on... Super excited, is the biggest under statement of my business Life! Cannot get this incredible opportunity out of mind!! Hard to Sleep!!" -- Randy

In the interests of giving everyone time to share, Randy cut himself short:  but you must hear him when he's not worried about being brief!  Look for upcoming calls featuring each of these great leaders, as well as John Daniels and Dr. Lawrence himself!


GREAT CALL last night:  many guests.  Thanks to all who shared their observations!

Marlyn Ano called and said she has 10 people ready to be Founder's Pool members!  Initially the Pool (which collects $3 from each Bocannaco product sold and is shared by each Pool member quarterly) was to be limited to 200 shares (people).  Input from David Daniels indicates that 300 might be a better number to cap at -- what do YOU think?


Interesting read  FYI:

What the H is CBD?

As the Winter Olympics soar to their conclusion, it’s clear that the Russian doping scandal did little to diminish the majesty of the spectacle. But the controversy did highlight the critical work of an organization whose mission is to best ensure that athletes are playing clean of performance-enhancing drugs: the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).  While WADA’s enforcement ability sometimes seems quite wan — the International Olympic Committee’s “punishment” of Russia was in name only — the agency has taken a hard line in its pronouncements to hold athletics to the highest moral standard.
That’s why the world took notice last fall when WADA dropped from its list of prohibited substances a substance called cannabidiol, better known as CBD.  The exemption was soon followed by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence issuance of a report, opining that naturally occurring CBD is safe and well-tolerated in humans (and animals), and is not linked with any negative public health concerns. WHO concluded that CBD does not induce physical dependence and is not associated with abuse potential: “To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems with the use of pure CBD.”
And yet…fast forward to February.  Just a few weeks ago, 23 retail stores in Murfreesboro, Tennessee were raided, padlocked, and their owners arrested and locked behind bars, for the crime of…selling CBD products.

The retailers were released on bail, a judge quickly re-opened the stores, and a hearing set for March 19 should clarify what really happened. But the incident already shines a huge spotlight on a large and growing national controversy:

What the H is CBD?
In 2013, CNN’s Sanjay Gupta brought to the world’s attention a fascinating chemical compound that a growing number of parents swore was helping provide desperately needed relief to their severely ill children. CBD is naturally occurring, and even before the WHO report, was viewed by most of the medical profession as safe to consume.  However, its most common source was quite controversial — the cannabis plant.  CBD began to be held up as a piƱata in the increasingly intense national debate over legalizing medical marijuana.
It turns out, however, that marijuana is not the only variety of cannabis.  Marijuana is distinctive by its significant content of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound that gets people high.  A typical joint today will contain upwards of 5-20% THC.
But there’s another variety of cannabis that contains no THC, or only a tiny trace.  It’s called industrial hemp. Hemp is defined by federal law as cannabis sativa L, and all parts of that plant, containing 0.3% THC or less. It’s like the natural food version of decaffeinated coffee or non-alcoholic beer.  Except of course, hemp foods are high in nutritional value, with plenty of protein and all nine essential amino acids.
Hemp was a leading U.S. cash crop in the 18th and 19th centuries, grown by many of our nation’s founders — Lexington’s Henry Clay was a hemp farmer, too — and was critical to U.S. efforts in both world wars. But in the early 20th century, as “reefer madness” enraptured the nation, hemp farming was banned in the U.S.

That all changed just a few years ago when political leaders like Kentucky’s U.S. Rep. James Comer and Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell helped develop new federal and state legal permissions for hemp. The 2014 U.S. Farm Bill created a pilot program regime that allows states to regulate hemp growth and cultivation, and permits commerce in hemp and hemp products. The 2016 Omnibus Law subsequently prohibited federal agencies from interfering with hemp pilot programs. It also specifically banned federal dollars from being spent to hinder the interstate sale or transport of hemp products. 

As part of this grand experiment, a new sub-industry has developed: CBD products derived from hemp. Unlike products marketed for medicinal value, hemp-derived CBD is sold over the counter at health food and natural food stores across the country, next to other natural supplements such as fish oil and Vitamin D.  Like those nutrients, consumers take CBD oil, foods and capsules for general health and wellness, without promise of disease remediation.  I’m a satisfied customer.

Best yet, even in this pilot program phase, hemp-derived CBD is already creating new economic opportunities for farmers and small businesses.  Kentucky’s hemp program, led by Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles, serves as the model for the nation: Hundreds of jobs have been created, and millions of dollars of revenue have been earned in the Bluegrass State alone.  Economists predict a multi-billion dollar U.S. industry in the short term.  And think about this:  Farmers who have struggled because of the decline of tobacco — a product that kills people — are now finding new opportunity in hemp, a plant that’s not only good for health and wellness, but also is sustainable and healthy for the planet.

Hemp is not marijuana.  Hemp-derived CBD is not medical marijuana.

As I discussed here, I have become the most unlikely hemp advocate.  You too can join the battle to permanently legalize hemp.  If you want to learn more and/or take up the cause, click here.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Live Call Event

Be Cannawise:  Meet Bocannaco!

Mike Lammons  Invites you---


Date and Time:

Monday, 2/26/2018    6:00 PM - (Pacific Time)


30 minutes or less


Dial-in Number:

Access Code:


At the scheduled date and time of the meeting, dial in. When prompted, enter the access code followed by hash (#).

Friday, February 23, 2018

We Dare You

Borrowed from, Following Cora:


a) you don't know BUT

b) you NEED TO KNOW!!

We promise they'll be more than happy to share and more news is coming -- we'll call it Pre-Launch.

Don't worry:  have bottles.  Have labels.  Have elegant elixir!  In fact, have farm with plants and lab with equipment and genius with recipes all ready and waiting.

Waiting for?....

Website to be finished, marketing materials to be readied,  biz stuff like that!

Elegant elixir is delish and effective -- JUST ASK ANYONE ABOVE!!

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Introducing .... Ta Da!

Introducing via Pre-Introduction the company created of the people, by the people and for the people:  BOCANNACO. 

Initial intro  was made to the group below on Tuesday in Torrance, CA.  They came from Missouri and Oregon as well as Northern CA -- all on SHORT notice -- and all indications are Bocannaco will be a grass-roots household name holding things together before you can say 'botanicals' and 'cannabis' creations are so good for me!

L-R: Macy, Ted, Randy, Kathy and Ken, Marlyn, Don and Sandy, Dr. Lawrence, Cora, Barb and Mike.
 Get on Mike's text list if you want to be updated as to date of pre-launch (Founder's Pool payable quarterly from the start), extreeemely generous per/purchase residual from the start, super-simple comp plan designed by 2 simple people (Mike & Barb Lammons) and one horse racing expert (John Daniels, of course), and

the world's best in plant growth, processing, and product creations  from an acknowledged master of the field.  (More about Dr. Lawrence later -- or better yet, hear from him yourself.  A treat in every way!)

It won't be long now -- stay tuned for more news daily!

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