Cannabis and gold - raw materials in their natural form
Gold, and currently cannabis in particular, are two commodities that are driving investors and the stock market. The alchemists, starting with the first attempts in ancient Egypt and in Hellenistic Greece, tried in vain to produce gold and silver. Gold still has to be laboriously extracted from the ground in the classic mining manner.
The one who is looking for gold in a particularly panoramic area and also has an extremely large property there and, of course, the necessary means to carry out research there, is in good hands. This is true of White Gold with its huge land package (439,000 hectares) in the White Gold District in the Yukon. The Company also has the $13 million estimated for the 2019 exploration program. High grade discoveries are to be expanded thereby. The programme is due to start shortly in 2019 with the support of high-ranking partners Agnico Eagle Mines and Kinross Gold.
In the case of cannabis, quality should only come from products made from the hemp plant. Even if various researchers are working on the artificial production. Whether cannabis is used for medical purposes or for private use, quality and safety are likely to be paramount. Deaths and illnesses caused by synthetic cannabis have already occurred. Cannabis is a natural drug and a component of the hemp plant.
In the current stock market hype about cannabis, an investor should inform himself carefully in order to identify really high-quality companies in the pool of cannabis companies. RavenQuest BioMed is a convincing company. With plants in Alberta and Ontario, research partnerships and business connections with Dutch Passion, for example, RavenQuest BioMed should be able to establish itself in the growth market of cannabis in order to be lucrative.
Current corporate information and press releases from White Gold (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/whitegoldcorp.html) and RavenQuest BioMed (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/ravenquest-biomed-inc.html).
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