Seven Leave Piggy Bank is a cross of Triangle Mints F1 x Kush Mints x SFV OG, this cultivar can top out above 40% total cannabinoids and is not suggested for novice users.
This high THC cultivar is a power house. With a strong nose of vanilla, sugar and whipped cream, the hard hitting Piggy Bank is great for relaxation, and suggested for night time use.
Grind it, roll it, vape it, or bowl it.
To each their own.
D – L I M O N E N E
β – CAR Y O P H Y L L E N E
L I N AL O O L
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CIS – NEROLIDOL
Legal marijuana is a multibillion-dollar industry in the U.S., but cannabis entrepreneurs still face money troubles. Owners of marijuana dispensaries encounter major roadblocks when it comes to banking or financing options for their businesses.
Even though dispensaries supplying recreational or medical marijuana may be perfectly licensed and legal under state law, federal law still classifies marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug and considers marijuana businesses illegal. The banking system is regulated by federal law, so banks risk charges of aiding and abetting a federal crime or money laundering if they choose to do business with marijuana-related ventures.
There is a loophole that a small number of banks have chosen to use, but it requires the banks to file “suspicious activity” reports for every transaction made by marijuana-related businesses. Most financial institutions have decided that the risk and hassle are not worth it, and they are “just saying no” to the marijuana industry.
Without Banks, Many Dispensaries Operate With Cash
As any business owner knows, access to banking services is crucial. Not only do banks offer lending opportunities that help businesses grow, they also provide basic operating necessities such as payroll, checking, and credit accounts. Without bank accounts, many medical marijuana dispensaries and related businesses have no choice but to conduct most of their business in cash, which comes with a host of issues. For example, many dispensaries cannot accept credit cards from customers or set up automatic payments to vendors.