What cannabis and uranium have in common
Already 5000 before Christ the Chinese cultivated cannabis. It was used for the production of clothing, paper and ropes. Oil was extracted from the seeds. It was also soon used as a remedy for gout and pain. Today cannabis has already started a medical triumphal march. And with the legalization in Canada recently, many experts expect the development of a huge market.
Among the growing number of cannabis societies, it is all the more important for an investment to filter out the right solid companies. These include RavenQuest BioMed - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298617, which, after receiving Health Canada's distribution license, has now successfully completed the first transaction for the sale of cannabis. With the legal sale in Canada, a decisive turning point in the development of RavenQuest BioMed has been reached, revenues can now be generated.
Uranium, the raw material without which the world population cannot be supplied with sufficient energy, was discovered later, in the 19th century, as a waste product of silver mining. Named after the planet Uranus, uranium was initially used mainly as a dye for glass and ceramics.
The price of uranium has risen significantly in recent months, and the large number of nuclear power plants under construction and planned will result in an increasing demand for uranium. Uranium Energy - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298723, for example, is ideally equipped to meet the increased demand for uranium. A processing plant in Texas and uranium projects - partly approved or well advanced - ensure that Uranium Energy is ready to go. The uranium properties are located in Paraguay, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Texas. After the recent price decline in the environment of global stock market uncertainty, the share appears to be at a very favourable level.
Current company information and press releases from RavenQuest BioMed (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/ravenquest-biomed-inc.html) and Uranium Energy (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp.html).
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